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  • Writer's pictureDanny Joyce | Editor

Domino's Open For Football Fans Late Night Pizza This Sunday

The biggest weekend in American sport is here, and, for one night only, all things is celebrated in Ireland. Well, its taste for delicious sharing food will be, with Domino’s, the nation’s favourite pizza company, predicting orders to spike by over 68% at 11pm, just before kick-off. Broadcast live, the 57th iteration of America’s most famous game, could be one of the most popular in Ireland as the fanbase continues to grow, with over amateur 20 American football teams in Ireland.

To keep up with Ireland’s famished football fans, 53 stores will be taking orders until 11pm, with 48 open for kick-off at 11.30pm and 25 still open until 1.00am to fuel Rihanna’s much-anticipated mid-game show. For those staying up for the entire game and seeking a piping hot reward, 15 stores will be open until 3am, as the final whistle blows.

Some Tasty Facts Ahead of the Sunday Showdown:

• In 2022, order numbers on Sunday, 13th February increase by 34% between 10pm and 11pm, and a staggering 68%1 between 11pm and midnight. Domino’s expects these numbers will spike again this year

• Last year, 800 pizzas were ordered in the 30 minutes before kick-off. Stores predict a similar number of orders this year, ahead of the coin toss2

• During last year’s game, American Football fans couldn’t get enough chicken, with over 250 portions ordered at 11 pm on game day 3

Domino’s Head of Sporting Snacks, Sam Wilson, said: “This Sunday will be stuffed full of drama, but whilst we love all things American, stores this side of the pond will be delivering pizzas to our homegrown fans, cheering every touchdown and interception.  We can’t wait to see who takes home the silverware, while we serve up some delicious, piping hot pizzas to make the game as tasty as ever!”

Nab The Mega Deal for you and your mates – any large pizza, garlic pizza bread, wedges and cookies all for €26.99 – the perfect side to a night of American Football.

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Slán go fóill.


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