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Still debating what to order for the Super Bowl? Well, there is no shortage of foods and deals to choose from.
Americans are expected to eat a whopping 1.33 billion wings during Super Bowl weekend, said a National Chicken Council annual report. That figure is up 2 percent, or about 30 million wings, from last year.
Not to mention countless numbers of pizzas.
Pizza Hut sold nearly $12 million in food across digital platforms alone during Super Bowl Sunday last year, setting a single-day digital sales record — up from around $10 million from 2015's Super Bowl.
Here are some Super Bowl food deals that might help satisfy your appetite on game day:
Correction: The story was revised to correct key details of Papa John's and Pizza Hut's Super Bowl deals.