To kick off the New Year, Boston’s Pizza Restaurant & Sports Bar announced the launch of three bundle deals perfect for those looking to cut down on spending after the holiday season. From December 31 to February 3, guests can enjoy wings, pizza, salad and more with affordable bundle deals designed to give guests the biggest bang for their buck.
Boston’s offers guests a contemporary sit-down dining atmosphere with a separate sports bar, making it the perfect gathering place for families and friends alike. With the goal of serving groups of various sizes, Boston’s new bundle deals are perfect for small gatherings with family or friends. The new bundles include the following:
- The Team Up Bundle: Designed for small groups of three to four people, this bundle deal comes with a double order of Boneless Wings as a starter and a Large 3-Topping Pizza.
- The Couple Up Bundle: Designed for groups of two, this bundle allows for guests to choose from three starters—Pickles and Peppers, Pepperoni Stuffed Twist Bread, or a Pizza Flight – as well as two Entrées, including Gourmet Pasta and/or a small Gourmet Pizza.
- The Lighten Up Bundle: Designed for groups of two looking for lighter options, this bundle includes a bruschetta starter and two entrée salads.
“With many of us becoming more cash conscious after the holiday season, Boston’s decided to cater to consumer needs by offering some of our most signature menu items at their lowest-ever prices this January”, says Katie Borger, senior director of marketing at Boston’s. “Whether it be a date night, a lunch with coworkers or a group of friends watching the game, Boston’s new bundle deals are perfect for a multitude of occasions.”
Along with Boston’s new bundles, the brand is also partnering with Miller Coors, offering guest $1 off Miller Lite during the duration of the campaign.
Boston’s Pizza Restaurant and Sports Bar’s U.S. operations are based in Dallas, and currently has 23 locations in 16 states. The company’s sister brand, Boston Pizza, has over 400 locations throughout Canada
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