Super Bowl 2020: Where to Get Deals and Free Food
Cross your fingers for overtime so you can get free wings.
Besides a blockbuster football game and highly produced commercials, the Super Bowl also comes with plenty of food deals. In advance of February 2, several national restaurant chains have already announced specials to celebrate the San Francisco 49ers facing off against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Below, find all of the deals we’ve found so far, and keep coming back until Super Bowl Sunday as we add more.
Applebee's is giving out 1.6 million—we repeat, million—free boneless wings for the Super Bowl. On February 2, customers who place an online or app delivery order of $40 or more can get 40 free wings using the code "FREEWINGS" at checkout. Just make sure you order fast, as the deal will end once 40,000 orders have been placed.
Auntie Anne's will bring back its Game Day Pretzel Pack, which includes two pretzel buckets of any variety, along with 10 assorted dips and a free "Stadium Snack Holder." The deal is available now through February 2.
Blaze Pizza has several offers for the Super Bowl, such as the "Fire Party," which includes three large two-topping pizzas and 10 dough knots for $43.95. Head over to Twitter for the chance to win one for free.
Buffalo Wild Wings
Buffalo Wild Wings is reprising its deal from last year—if the game goes into overtime, you can get free wings on February 17. The offer includes one free order of boneless or traditional snack-sized wings, or 5/6 count wings (depending on location) at participating U.S. and Canada restaurants between 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. local time.
From now through February 2, you can grab three large one-topping pizzas for $5 each on carryout orders with this coupon.
If you text "GAMEDAY" to 64827 between February 1 and February 2, you'll receive a mobile coupon for $2 off pizza (either whole cheese or pepperoni) while supplies last. Typically, the pizza costs $7.99.
Dickey's Barbecue Pit
The restaurant will offer free delivery through its website and app—the deal also coincides with "Kids Eat Free Sundays," which gives customers a free kid's meal with a $10 purchase. The offer only applies to children 12 and under, and is limited to dine-in meals.
If the game's score reaches 3-14 or 14-3 at any point, DiGiorno will give away free pizza. The company's Twitter account will tweet out a link to a coupon redeemable on Pi Day (March 14)—as soon as the score changes, the offer ends.
If you live near one of the restaurant’s biergarten locations, which range from Las Vegas to Bethesda, Maryland, stop by on game day—they’ll be offering food and drink specials all day long.
If you experience any "food fumbles" (e.g. dropping something, buying the wrong ingredients, burning something) on Super Bowl Sunday, take a picture and tweet @DoorDash. The first 200 people to do so will get $50 off their order and free delivery. Check out the full terms and conditions here.
El Pollo Loco
For a limited time only, El Pollo Loco will offer the WingFest $LIV—a $54 bundle that includes 25 whole-cut wings, party-size guacamole, party-size queso blanco, and party-size salsa. You can order ahead online now through February 2.
The chain will offer a special combo on February 2—eight sliders (topped with lettuce, tomato, onion and cheddar), kale slaw, and regular fries for $39.99. The combination feeds four and can be ordered for takeout or delivery.
Grubhub is offering over 30 deals in its "Perks" section, including restaurants like Shake Shack, Burger King, Taco Bell, and more. Check out the full spread here.
Hooters also has a deal if the game goes into overtime—six free wings any style, immediately available at the restaurant on game day.
In partnership with DoorDash, you can get $5 McDelivery (for minimum orders of $15 or more) between January 31 and February 2. All you need to do is enter the code "TOUCHDOWN" at checkout.
Starting January 24 through February 2, customers who order a Panda Express Family Feast—which includes three large entrées and two large sides—online can use the code SCOREBIG to save $10. There's no purchase limit, either, so you can use the deal all week long.
All locations are serving BOGO (buy one, get one free) tender platters for February 1 and February 2. You can pick a 25-count or 50-count option, which both come with PDQ signature sauces on the side. The deal is only valid for pick-up orders, and the chain recommends calling ahead.
The parents of the first set of twins born after the Super Bowl kickoff will win two tickets to the Super Bowl in 2021, as well as two years of free pizza and $22,000 for college savings. Learn more here.
Pizza Inn will offer a special pizza and wing deal for Super Bowl Sunday—two medium two-topping pizzas and 10 bone-in wings for $27.99, at all locations.
If you're planning on catering your Super Bowl party, Quiznos is giving"Toasty Points" rewards members 10 percent off on February 2.
The chain, which has locations across Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, and South Carolina, will offer Grab & Go Kits for $21.99 this year. Each includes your choice of 25 smoked wings or DIY sliders—two pounds of pulled pork and 12 slider buns. Can’t decide? You can also grab both for $39.99 thanks to a “Touchdown Combo” deal. For both options, place your order 48 hours in advance to ensure you receive them on February 2.
Whole Foods Market
Prime members can get the following deals for the Super Bowl at Whole Foods:
- 35 percent off made-in-house dips, salsas and guacamoles between January 29 and February 4
- Two for $3 organic large avocados between January 29 and February 4
- Marinated or seasoned chicken wings are $2.99 per pound between January 29 and February 4
This list will be updated as more information becomes available.