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Pizza Pizza Menu Prices (CA)

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Edited by: Admir Salcinovic, PriceListo Editor
Updated on: December 2, 2020
You are viewing average Pizza Pizza (CA) prices from 154 locations in our database.
Prices shown in: CAD
Average Item Price: $6.95
Beta Price change data displayed below is the difference between the previous and the last record in our database. The two records could be derived from different sources, and as such, should only be used as estimates.
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Uber Eats Exclusive Bundles

The Staples
1 Medium 3-topping Pizza, 10 wings and 1 dipping sauce
$25.08 - -
Family Feast
1 Large 3-topping Pizza, 10 wings, Half Moon Cheesy Bread and 4 cans of Coca-Cola drinks
$38.10 - -
The Game Night Special
2 Medium 2-topping Pizzas, 20 wings, Big box of Fries (OR) Potato Wedges, 6 cans of Coca-Cola drinks and 2 dipping sauces.
$59.99 - -

Popular Items

Pepperoni
New York Style Pepperoni, Mozzarella Cheese
$9.79 -$0.26 -2.59%
Tropical Hawaiian
Pineapples, bacon crumble, bacon strips, mozzarella cheese.
$13.51 -$0.06 -0.44%
Spicy BBQ Chicken
Grilled chicken, Hot banana peppers, Red onions, Texas BBQ sauce on top and mozzarella cheese
$13.63 -$0.04 -0.29%
Hot & Spicy
Spicy Italian sausage, hot banana peppers, mozzarella cheese.
$10.92 -$0.07 -0.64%

New Feature Pizzas

Pizza with Plant-Based Toppings
Homestyle Italian Sauce, Mozzarella Cheese, Plant-Based Pepperoni, Plant-Based Chorizo Crumble
$11.08 +$0.02 +0.18%
Gourmet Thin Pesto Amore
Fall in love with pesto all over again with this 10" thin crust topped with spinach, red onions, fire roasted red peppers, goat cheese, mozzarella and pesto sauce. 150 Cals/Slice, 4 Slices.
$9.99 - -
Gourmet Thin Chili Chicken Thai
A wholesome treat for one, this personal-size 10" thin crust features sun-dried tomatoes, Roma tomatoes, Italian homestyle tomato sauce, roasted garlic, bruschetta sauce, mozzarella cheese and parmesan cheese. 160 Cals/Slice, 4 Slices.
$9.99 - -

Alternative Crust Pizzas

Cauliflower Crust Pizza
Available in Medium Size (8 Slices)
$12.79 - -
Gluten Free Pizza
Available in Small Size (6 Slices)
$8.67 - -

Signature Pizzas

Hawaiian
Pineapples, Bacon Crumble, Bacon Strips, Mozzarella Cheese
$13.65 - -
Meat Supreme
Classic Pepperoni, Bacon Crumble, Salami, Spicy Italian Sausage, Mozzarella Cheese, Italiano Blend Seasoning
$14.09 -$0.04 -0.28%
Canadian
Classic Pepperoni, Mushrooms, Bacon Crumble, Mozzarella Cheese
$12.51 -$0.04 -0.32%
Small Pepperoni Pizza $10.20 - -
Garden Veggie
Mushrooms, Green Peppers, Roma Tomatoes, Mozzarella Cheese
$12.93 +$0.38 +3.03%
Classic Super
Mushrooms, Green Peppers, Classic Pepperoni, Mozzarella Cheese
$12.51 -$0.04 -0.32%
Chicken Bruschetta Parmesan
Grilled Chicken, Roasted Garlic, Italiano Blend Seasoning, Bruschetta, Parmesan, Mozzarella Cheese
$15.09 -$0.04 -0.26%
Sweet Chili Thai Chicken
Whole Grain Crust, Grilled Chicken, Broccoli, Sun-Dried Tomatoes, Sweet Chili Thai Sauce, Goat Cheese, Mozzarella Cheese, Italiano Blend Seasoning
$15.09 -$0.04 -0.26%
Sausage Mushroom Melt
Creamy Garlic sauce Base, spicy Italian sausage, fresh mushrooms, Italiano blend seasoning, and mozzarella cheese
$11.01 -$0.05 -0.45%
Hot and Spicy
Spicy Italian Sausage, Hot Banana Peppers, Mozzarella Cheese
$11.20 - -
Pesto Amore
Whole Grain Crust, Spinach, Roasted Red Peppers, Red Onions, Italiano Blend Seasoning, Pesto Sauce, Goat Cheese, Mozzarella Cheese
$14.12 -$0.04 -0.28%
Grilled Veggie & Goat Cheese
Grilled Zucchini, Fire Roasted Red Peppers, Red Onion, Goat Cheese, Mozzarella Cheese
$13.98 -$0.03 -0.21%
Mediterranean Vegetarian
Kalamata Olives, Broccoli, Sun-Dried Tomatoes, Grilled Zucchini, Red Onions, Feta Cheese, Mozzarella Cheese
$17.04 -$0.06 -0.35%
Super Plant
Homestyle Italian sauce, plant-based pepperoni, plant-based chorizo crumble, mozzarella cheese. Small: 210 cal. per slice, medium: 220 cal. per slice, large: 250 cal. per slice, xl: 270 cal. per slice.
$10.69 - -
Bacon Double Cheeseburger
Cheeseburger. Pizza. Enough Said - Yeah, we did it. Crush two comfort-food classics in one, with ground beef, bacon crumble and four-cheese blend. Try it with Honey Mustard dipping sauce for extra burger bite!
$10.72 - -

Panzerottis

Cheese
1340 cal.
$7.73 +$0.94 +13.84%
Pepperoni Panzerotti $6.79 - -
Cheese Panzerotti $6.79 - -

Spotlight on Salads

Side Garden Salad
Cucumber slices, and ripe red grape tomatoes on a bed of fresh crisp iceberg lettuce.
$3.85 +$0.01 +0.26%
Side Caesar Salad
Fresh, crisp romaine lettuce, parmesan cheese and crunchy croutons.
$3.85 +$0.01 +0.26%
Side Mediterranean Greek Salad
Kalamata olives, feta cheese, cucumbers, red onions, ripe red grape tomatoes on a bed of fresh crisp iceberg and romaine lettuce
$4.09 +$0.01 +0.25%

Sides

Garlic Bread
Home style thick slices of bread drizzled with garlic butter.
$5.06 +$0.07 +1.40%

Apps & Sides

Big Box Fries
Big box of golden brown fries cooked in trans fat free oil. Served with 4 salt and 6 ketchup packets
$4.88 - -
Big Box Onion Rings
Big box of delicate golden onion rings cooked in trans fat free oil. Served with 4 salt and 6 ketchup packets
$5.29 - -
Big Box Sweet Potato Fries
These sweet and savoury favourites feature ripened sweet potatoes, cut into plank-style strips, and cooked fresh in trans-fat-free oil. Serves three. 330 cal. per serving.
$5.99 - -
Garlic Bread with Cheese
Homestyle thick slices of bread drizzled with garlic butter and Cheese.
$5.50 - -
Big Box Potato Wedges
Large box of potato wedges seasoned with a delicious blend of herbs and spices. Served with 4 salt and 6 ketchup packets
$4.88 - -
Half Moon Cheesy Bread
10 inches of cheesy garlic goodness; made fresh to order with a four cheese blend and baked to perfection.
$5.24 +$0.01 +0.19%
Dipping Sauce $0.99 - -

Dipping Sauces

Creamy Garlic $0.99 - -
Cheddar Jalapeno $0.99 - -
Honey Mustard $0.99 - -
Honey Garlic $0.99 - -
Sweet Chili Thai $0.99 - -
Peppercorn Ranch $0.99 - -
Italian Marinara $0.99 - -
Frank's Red Hot $0.99 - -
Frank's Red Hot $0.99 - -
Sriracha Creamy Garlic $0.99 - -
Blue Cheese $0.99 - -
Buffalo Blue Cheese
160 cal.
$0.99 - -
Creamy Dill
350 cal.
$0.99 - -
Mild
150 cal.
$0.99 - -

Beverages

Coke Classic
355ml Can
$1.46 - -
Coke Zero $1.47 - -
Diet Coke $1.46 - -
Fanta Orange $1.47 - -
Milk
Chocolate milk.
$2.21 - -
Fanta Cream Soda $1.46 - -
Canada Dry $1.47 - -
Nestea $1.47 - -
Barq's Root Beer $1.46 - -
Sprite $1.47 - -
SmartWater
0 cal.
$2.59 - -
SmartWater Sparkling $2.59 - -
Bottled Water $1.99 - -
Peace Tea Peach $2.49 - -
Brio
355ml Bottle
$2.29 - -
Peace Tea Raspberry $2.49 - -
Powerade Berry Blitz
130 cal.
$2.29 - -
Monster Energy Original
210 cal.
$3.29 - -
VitaminWater Acai-Blueberry-Pomegranate
120 cal.
$2.79 - -
VitaminWater Orange $2.79 - -
Minute Maid Apple Juice $2.49 - -
Minute Maid Orange Juice
220 cal.
$2.49 - -
Chocolate Milk
190 cal.
$2.19 - -

Sweet Treats

Two Bite Brownies
Package of 12 fudgy two bite brownies for the chocaholics.
$4.29 - -
Funnel Cake Stix
Sweet strips of delicious funnel cake topped with sugar and cinnamon. It's a fun and flavourful way to enjoy Canada's favourite dessert!
$6.28 - -
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About Pizza Pizza (CA)

In early 2019, a Statistics Canada report found that lots of Canadians eat out or order takeout food quite often. In fact, 54% of the people asked by the survey said that they eat out once a week and 39% eat out less than once a week. Americans still eat out more but these are still large numbers.

According to the same survey, there are two common reasons why people dine out: to socialize and for convenience. 52% of the respondents say that they go out to eat to socialize with friends and family while 40% say they dine out because it’s more convenient than preparing food at home. Most meals eaten outside are for dinner but lunch is a very close second.

These numbers feel like they’re from a lifetime ago as things changed drastically nowadays due to the pandemic. As of late, restaurant closures are announced left and right and there’s even a prediction that about 60% of restaurants in Canada will close down within 3 months. If these do not answer the question, then, let’s take a closer look at what’s happening on the ground.

Based on a couple of surveys done by Andie.work and Statistics Canada, there are two major reasons why people are not heading out to eat at restaurants just yet:

Canadians are concerned over contracting the disease from other patrons.

It’s no secret that restaurants are considered as some of the best places for the coronavirus to thrive. They’re often indoors with spaces that have poor ventilation. They can get crowded, even with some distancing precautions put in place. There are also quite a lot of touchpoints that will cause patrons to get in contact with each other.

According to Andie.work’s survey, 32% of Canadians are worried that they’ll get infected through exposure from other restaurant patrons. This and a few other reasons might explain why more than half of the survey’s respondents say that they only eat at home at the moment.

Dining out is one of the first things Canadians decided to cut down during pandemic recovery.

Health concerns are not the only reasons that are keeping lots of folks from dining out as much as they did pre-pandemic. Many have to take pay cuts and lots lost their jobs as a result of the lockdowns. The economic impact of COVID-19 is devastating so it’s not surprising that many choose to cut down their restaurant spending as a part of their financial recovery efforts.

These don’t even have to do with just the costs of dining out. Even with Pizza Pizza menu prices, the chain still suffered from losses during the pandemic. While pizza chains were not hit as hard as other kinds of fast food chains, it’s still a sign that consumers are not going out to eat just yet.