7-Eleven scores with the ultimate big game pizza deal

We say again and again, oh thank goodness for 7-Eleven and this ultimate big game pizza deal is a huge winner. While there may not be a trophy for a food deal, this special could make everyone feel like a champ.

According to the brand, the big game pizza offer is only available on Sunday, February 13. To receive a free large pizza, customers must order through the 7NOW delivery app. The free pizza can be a cheese, a pepperoni, or even that 7 meat option. And, since it’s delivery, no one will miss a minute of the game or the ads.

Raj Kapoor, senior vice president of fresh food and beverage owners of 7-Eleven, said: “Watching the biggest football game of the year with friends and family has turned into one of the most big pizza delivery days of the year. While other brands give customers discounts on their pizza, 7-Eleven takes it a step further by rewarding customers with a free pizza.

For anyone running out of that always-forgotten bag of ice, there’s also a special in store. At participating 7-Eleven stores, $3 gets “3 slices of pizza, taquitos, or Buffalo chicken rolls.”

This food special might be the perfect time to try the new Spicy Garlic Chicken Roll. While spices and chicken seem to have taken over menus everywhere, this food combines savory garlic with bold spices. Although the cheese can tame the flame a bit, this combination of garlic and spice is quite tasty. But, you might want to grab some mints or gum to enjoy after eating one.

The Big Game Pizza Deal is another example of 7-Eleven’s dedication to providing customers with exceptional value and service. As seen with the 7NOW Gold Pass subscription delivery service, there is an incentive to order and order often. Priced at $5.95 per month, it adds even more convenience to the iconic convenience store.

This kind of forward thinking shows that 7-Eleven is looking to push the conversation beyond just grab-and-go options on the road. While the iconic Slurpee is always refreshing, people’s cravings aren’t tied to being behind the wheel. From a forgotten gallon of milk to storing the cooler for the big game party, there’s always a reason to place that order.

Freeda S. Scott