Still debating what to order for Super Bowl 50? Well, there is no shortage of foods and deals to choose from.
Americans are slated to eat more than 1.3 billion chicken wings this Sunday, Not to mention countless numbers of pizzas.
Domino's, alone, expects to sell upwards of 12 million slices nationwide for the big game—and more than 4 million wings.
Here are 8 Super Bowl food deals that might help satisfy your appetite on game day:
— By CNBC's Sarah Whitten
Posted Feb. 6, 2016
Pizza Hut is celebrating the Super Bowl's 50th anniversary by giving away pizzas covered...in real gold.
The golden pizza is a special version of its new Stuffed Garlic Knots Pizza, covered in $100 worth of edible 24-karat gold.
"It's not every day that the Golden Anniversary of the Big Game is played in the Golden State, so we felt it was only appropriate to celebrate with a limited-edition Golden Garlic Knots Pizza," Jared Drinkwater, Pizza Hut's vice president of marketing, said in a statement.
Customers can win one of the 50 limited edition golden pizzas by either ordering a regular Stuffed Garlic Knots Pizza, or emailing the PR team between 1 p.m. and 5 p.m., ET, on Feb. 7. Winners will also receive a $100 Pizza Hut Gold Card, bringing the potential return on investment to $212.99.
Taco Bell is using a very different tactic for Super Bowl 50. The fast food chain has invited customers to blindly purchase a new menu item just in time for the big game.
Fans of Taco Bell can go online to pre-order the mystery meal, for a chance to taste test the concoction before it becomes officially available in stores.
"We're going to zig when everyone else zags," Marisa Thalberg, Taco Bell's chief marketing officer, told CNBC. "We're going to do what's right for us when it makes sense. This is our biggest innovation probably."
Customers can pre-order up to five mystery items, which retail for $2.99 each, and can pick them up at select Taco Bell locations on Saturday.
Looking to spice up your Super Bowl party? Burger King added Jalapeno Chicken Fries to its menu—and they are hot.
The fast food chain's cult-favorite menu item is now coated in jalapeno seasoned breading and can be paired with any of BK's dipping sauces.
This isn't the company's first foray into limited edition flavors. BK launched Buffalo Chicken fries in October of last year and Fiery Chicken Fries last August, hoping to piggyback off of the increased interest in spicy foods.
Papa John's, the pizza chain that sports celebrity spokesman and Super Bowl-bound Peyton Manning, is offering up a special deal for the big game.
The company will give customers a large one-topping pizza for 50 cents when they purchase another large pizza at regular price.
The perk? This deal is good for both pick-up and delivery orders and doesn't require a coupon.
Chipotle is hoping to get back into business with a special discount on Super Bowl catering orders.
The fast-casual chain is offering $50 off orders of Burritos by the Box for Sunday's game. The catch? You have to have ordered by Feb. 1.
If you've missed this Super Bowl deal, worry not. The company is working on a marketing campaign that will entice customers back to its stores, including offering more free food.
While the practice has existed at the company since the "old days," it had diminished, said CFO Jack Hartung during an interview. "We've always had it, but it just kind of drifted to such a low-grade level that it was kind of non-existent."
Papa Gino's is offering two different deals for Super Bowl Sunday.
Customers can choose the pizza chain's $25 game day deal, which includes two large cheese pizzas, a two-liter soda and a large order of boneless wings—or 30 percent off all online orders during the big game.
These offers are available for both delivery and pick-up orders, but cannot be combined.
Stop by your local Dave & Buster's during Super Bowl 50 and you can get all-you-can-eat wings and a $10 gaming card starting at $19.99.
The deal runs for a limited time at participating locations on Sunday.
Log off your computer. Put down your phone. There's a new way to order pizza: Amazon Echo.
Just in time for Super Bowl 50, a bot from Jeff Bezos' Internet company is now equipped to place your pizza order.
In order to place an order, customers will need to enable the Domino's skill within the Amazon Alexa app, the digital assistant rival of Siri that works through the Echo device.
"The magic of ordering pizza without lifting a finger and just using your voice is now a reality with Alexa and Domino's,"Rob Pulciani, director of Amazon Alexa, said in a statement.
"We've made it easy for companies like Domino's to use the Alexa Skills Kit to create more natural, intuitive ways for customers to interact with their services."