Sam's Club Debuts Massive Meatball Pizza for Super Bowl Parties

The pizza reportedly weighs four pounds, one-fourth of which is all meatballs.




The Member's Mark Massive Meatball Square Pizza can be purchased from Sam's Club for a limited time only.

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Sam’s Club hopes to muscle its way into the pizza party business for the upcoming Super Bowl with a pie that weighs in at four pounds—one pound of which is nothing but meatballs.

Sam’s Club last week introduced its new Member’s Mark Massive Meatball Square Pizza. In addition to Italian meatballs, it boasts a “new and improved artisan-style crust” and features whole-milk mozzarella and yellow peppers and measures 16 inches by 16 inches. Priced at $11.98, it can serve up to 12 people. It's available for a limited time only.

“This pizza was specially formulated and created to help members celebrate the Big Game,” the company said in a statement.

 

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