Win a Golden Pizza on the Big Game’s Golden Anniversary

Pizza Hut designs 24-karat Golden Garlic Knots Pizza in honor of golden anniversary of the Big Game - 50 lucky winners will be randomly selected to receive a special-edition Golden Garlic Knots Pizza on Game Day, with Wide Receiver Golden Tate to serve as honorary representative of the new golden pizza. For more information, visit blog.pizzahut.com or to order now, visit www.pizzahut.com. (PRNewsFoto/Pizza Hut)

Sunday marks the Golden Anniversary of the Big Game – being played in the Golden State – and Pizza Hut’s given their brand new Stuffed Garlic Knots Pizza the golden treatment.

That’s right. A gold pizza.

This special-edition Golden Garlic Knots Pizza topped with nearly $100 worth of real, edible 24-karat gold is only available to 50 lucky winners on February 7. You can enter for a chance to receive a Golden Garlic Knots Pizza on Sunday, Feb. 7 by ordering a Stuffed Garlic Knots pizza on that day or by emailing a request and delivery information on Sunday, Feb. 7, 2016 to PR@PizzaHut.com. Winners will receive custom, specially-designed golden box along with a $100 Pizza Hut Gold Card. Carryout and dine-in customers are also eligible to win.

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“It’s not every day that the Golden Anniversary of the Big Game is played in the Golden State, so we felt it was only appropriate to celebrate with a limited-edition Golden Garlic Knots Pizza,” said Jared Drinkwater, Vice President of Marketing, Pizza Hut. “This handmade pizza starts with our all-new, great-tasting Stuffed Garlic Knots Pizza, which is then topped with about $100 worth of incredibly cool, real edible gold to make this pizza the ultimate addition to any football party on Sunday.”

Fans in select markets across the country can enter for a chance to receive a Golden Garlic Knots Pizza on Sunday, Feb. 7 by ordering a Stuffed Garlic Knots Pizza on that day or without making an order by emailing a request to PR@PizzaHut.com. The Stuffed Garlic Knots Pizza, an appetizer and pizza all in one, features 16 hand-rolled cheese-stuffed garlic knots on the crust of a large pizza, served with one topping and two dipping cups of marinara sauce for $12.99. Pizza Hut expects to sell more than two and half million pizzas on Sunday.

To support Golden Garlic Knot Pizza, Pizza Hut has tapped professional football player Golden Tate as an honorary team member for this exclusive launch.

“Even if my name wasn’t Golden, I’d still think this pizza was pretty cool,” said Tate. “Pizza Hut is always trying new things to make pizza night even more special and this pizza is a perfect way to celebrate the Big Game this Sunday.”

Pizza Hut will offer fans a live look at the Golden Garlic Knots Pizza at 1 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 2 via Periscope.

Last week, Pizza Hut unveiled the Stuffed Garlic Knots Pizza. This week marketing will continue with the debut of a new commercial that features the hit song “My House” by Flo Rida.

The Stuffed Garlic Knots Pizza includes one of any of the following fresh ingredients: Mediterranean black olives, Peruvian cherry peppers, fresh mushrooms, fresh spinach, fresh red onions, fresh green bell peppers, sliced banana peppers, sweet pineapple, sliced jalapeño peppers, and diced roma tomatoes as well as pepperoni, Italian sausage, premium salami, classic meatballs, slow-roasted ham, hardwood smoked bacon, grilled chicken, beef and seasoned pork. Customers can choose from six sauces including Classic Marinara, Premium Crushed Tomato, Creamy Garlic Parmesan, Honey Sriracha, Barbeque and Buffalo as well as sauce drizzles that include Balsamic, Honey Sriracha, Barbeque and Buffalo.

Pizza Hut, the first national pizza restaurant company to remove artificial flavors and colors from its core pizzas, has a long heritage of breakthrough food innovation. The company is known around the world for its original Pan Pizza®, Original Stuffed Crust®, Cheesy Bites, and more. The pizza restaurant company also has the world’s busiest website in the pizza category at www.pizzahut.com. Nearly 50 percent of the pizza restaurant company’s orders come through digital channels, including more than 25 percent via mobile device.