Here’s how you can score free wings and cheap pizza for the Super Bowl.

By Emily VanSchmus

Super Bowl LIII airs this Sunday, February 3, and if you’re planning to host a Super Bowl watch party you’re going to need a lot of food. Lucky for you, we’ve compiled a list of all the best deals from national food chains so you can score big without emptying your wallet. After all, the Hunger Harness for Super Bowl snacking holds a LOT of food.

We’ve rounded up the best ways to save money on pizza, beer, and other game-day-approved snacks—and, if the game goes into overtime, you could even score free wings.

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Hardee’s

If the Los Angeles Rams return an interception for a touchdown in the big game (or a Pick 6 in football lingo), Hardee’s has pledged to give away free Made From Scratch Sausage Biscuits to everyone that visits a participating restaurant on the Friday, Feb. 8 from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m.

Buffalo Wild Wings

In honor of Super Bowl LIII, Buffalo Wild Wings has offered America a deal: If the game goes into overtime, they’re offering free wings at every location in America on February 18. Even if we don’t get to take advantage of this insane deal, you can score $5 pitchers of beer every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday until February 17.

Blaze Pizza

A build-your-own pizza at Blaze Pizza typically costs around $9, but the chain is offering a $10 deal for two pizzas on Sunday. The only catch is that you can only get pepperoni, and you’ll need to order them online.

Papa John’s

Papa John’s is running five football-themed promotions for the Super Bowl this year. Choose from packages like “Thirst and Goal” which includes four 2-liter Pepsi products for just $8, or “Game Plan” which includes five large pizzas for only $42.50. Each combination serves 10-15 people, so mix and match the packages based on the size of your watch party.

Related: Our Best Game Day Snack Recipes

Pizza Hut

Since Pizza Hut is one of the official sponsors of the Super Bowl, we’re not surprised to see they're going all out for game day. After all, they did change their name to Pizza Hut Hut in honor of the Super Bowl. Choose from a number of items on their $5 menu like medium pizzas, boneless wings, and desserts, which are all only $5 if you order two or more—and large two-topping pizzas are only $8 if you order online. And, if you’re placing any order online between now and the end of February, you can get 20 percent off official NFL merchandise at the NFL shop.

Domino’s

Domino’s rolled out a Mix & Match Deal for the Super Bowl. Things like wings, salads, pastas, breadsticks, and pizzas are all only $6 each when you order two or more items. Or, opt for the $20 combo deal and spend the game snacking on a meal of breadsticks, pizza, soda, and dessert.

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