New favorite at Little Caesars: Slices-N-Stix Pizza launches nationwide

Slices-N-Stix from Little Caesar's Pizza, photo courtesy Little Caesar's
Slices-N-Stix from Little Caesar's Pizza, photo courtesy Little Caesar's /

There’s a new favorite pizza to try at Little Caesars, the Slices-N-Stix Pizza!

As if Little Caesars doesn’t already have so many delicious food for fans to try, there is now one more you can add to the list. The Slices-N-Stix Pizza!

Now, this may not be a new meal for everyone. Little Caesars had already debuted the Slices-N-Stix Pizza in select locations, but only as a test to see if it would be successful with customers. As you can probably guess by the good news, fans love it.

Since it has passed the test, Little Caesars is now expanding the availability of the new pizza by making it available nationwide. This means the location near you!

All you need to know about Slices-N-Stix at Little Caesars

Never tried the pizza? No problem! We have the details you need to know here.

The Slices-N-Stix Pizza may be round, but that doesn’t mean it’s you typical pizza! One half of this pizza is cut into four big pepperoni slices and the other half is made up of eight Italian Cheese Stix slices.

Big enough to share? It depends on how much you love Cheese Stix! Maybe you can share with one person so you don’t miss out on these tasty treats!

When is the Slices-N-Stix Pizza available? Beginning Aug. 31, 2020, so be ready! I’m only guessing here, but I don’t think these will last long, at least not on the first days of its debut, especially because this is a limited-time menu item. It will also only be available from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.

What do you think about this new pizza? Were you one of the lucky few who have already tried out the pizza? If so, let us know what you think about it! Not that it will stop me from going to my local Litte Caesars to try one out for myself, but still!

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And if you have never tried one, will you be doing so this weekend?