Domino’s loads up tots with pizza toppings to fuel Super Bowl fans

Customers can order up Domino’s Loaded Tots along with their gameday pizzas on Sunday.
Loaded Tots
Domino's Loaded Tots come in three varieties and can be ordered as part of the chain's $6.99 Mix & Match deal. / Photo courtesy of Domino's

Just in time for Super Bowl Sunday, Domino’s is taking fans’ favorite pizza toppings and piling them on crispy tots.

The brand-new Domino’s Loaded Tots are available in three varieties: Philly Cheese Steak, Cheddar Bacon and Melty 3-Cheese.

The Philly Cheese Steak version features sliced steak, Alfredo sauce, onions, green peppers and a mozzarella-cheddar cheese blend, while Cheddar Bacon is topped with bacon, mozzarella, cheddar and garlic Parmesan sauce. Melty 3-Cheese Loaded Tots are covered wih mozzarella, cheddar, provolone and Alfredo Sauce. All are baked in the chain’s pizza ovens.

“We’re excited to bring potatoes to Domino’s national menu for the first time, just in time for the biggest football game of the year,” Kate Trumbull, SVP of brand and product innovation said in a statement. “Loaded Tots make the perfect addition to any party spread.”

Customers can order up any of the tots along with their gameday pizzas or on their own; the price is $6.99 when included with two or more of the chain’s Mix & Match menu items. In addition to pizza, the deal covers wings, pasta and sandwiches.

Super Bowl Sunday is one of Domino’s biggest days of the year; the Ann Arbor, Mich.-based pizza giant typically sells around 2 million pies or about 30% more than on a normal Sunday.

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