What’s a Super Bowl party without a big screen TV to watch the game?
Black Friday might be the best time of the year to buy a new television, but it’s not hard to find a good deal on flat screens in the days leading up to the big game.
For instance, you can save $50 bucks on a 49-inch LG Smart TV on Dell.com. According to Forbes, that’s $100 cheaper than it was on Black Friday.
For a full list of the best deals on big-screen TVs, click here.
-Bob Evans will take 25 percent off your meal when you order online and use coupon code 0759002581.
-Boston Market is offering a 2 for $20 meal deal. Each meal comes with chicken, turkey or meatloaf, two sides and cornbread.
-Jersey Mike’s will take 50 percent off your order online and use the promo code 50FIRST. You can get 25 percent off subsequent orders using 25NEXT through Feb. 17.
-Donato’s Pizza is offering $2 off a 12-piece boneless wings order when using the coupon code 039-373.
-Hungry Howie’s is offering a medium, one-topping pizza for just 17 cents with the purchase of a large pizza with one or more toppings. Just order online and use the coupon code PIZZA17.
-Marco’s Pizza will give you $4 off an order of $20 or more with the coupon code MM420. You can also get free wings with an $8 purchase by using the coupon code freeapp2go.
-McDonald’s is offering a 40-piece order of Chicken McNuggets for $7.99 when ordering through UberEATS.
-Olive Garden is offering $5 off any to go order of $30 or more.
-P.F. Chang’s will give you 20 percent off takeout and catering orders through Feb. 5 with the coupon code GAMEDAY.
-Papa John’s is offering 40 percent off all menu items for Super Bowl Sunday — and the entire week after. Just use the coupon code SAVE6.
-TGI Fridays will now take your order through Twitter, and you can get an appetizer for a just a penny if you tweet a football emoji to them during the Super Bowl.
-White Castle will take 20 percent off your order with the promo code SAVE20.
-Wing Zone is giving away 10 free wings to those who use coupon code 1014.
The Super Bowl is scheduled for a 6:30 p.m. (ET) kickoff from Houston on Sunday.
Alex Hider is a writer for the E.W. Scripps National Desk. Follow him on Twitter @alexhider.