Are you excited about the new Xbox Series coming out? Do you want to win a free one? Well, here’s your chance! The Pizza Pop contest is giving away an Xbox Series, and all you have to do is enter. All the details are below, so don’t waste any time entering today!

Pizza Pop Contest

“The Pizza Pops x Xbox Canada Sweepstakes.”

There is a new cool pizza pops contest where you can win a super awesome prize!

You can win a brand new free Xbox Series X Console.

Prize:

  • There is one prize to be won, which consists of an Xbox Series X gaming console.

The total ARV of all of the prizes is approximately $600

To enter:

Follow the directions to enter the Pizza Pops Instagram contest post.

1. Like the Post
2. Follow @pizzapops
3. Comment on the Post by tagging friends

Limit one (1) entry per tag during the Sweepstakes Entry Period.

Good Luck!

Contest Rules:

  • Open to Canadian Residents
  • Excludes Quebec
  • Age 18 and older
  • Single Entry (bonus entries for each tag)
  • Instagram Account

Click Here to Enter

This Pizza Pops Contest Started December 20, 2021 – ends December 30, 2021

Thanks, Whatwolfthinks, for thinking of tagging us on Instagram!

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Pizza Pop product

A pizza in your hand, aka Pizza Pops. The secret is in the sauce.

The taste of a Pizza Pop is very much loved by people who have tried it. Its popularity has remained unchanged since its invention in 1963 by Tom Douglass in Ontario, Canada. Pizza pops are made with all-natural ingredients, making for a healthy alternative to a fast food meal. Since its introduction to the consumer market in Canada and later America, many have tried this tasty treat made from real mozzarella cheese, tomato sauce and enriched flour.

Pizza pops were created by Tom Douglass of Oakville, Ontario, who was making pizza at a ski resort as a “favour” to specific customers. The problem was that once the dough had risen, they wouldn’t be ready for lunchtime – so Douglass decided to roll it into bite-sized balls and deep fry them. His father suggested selling them like popcorn, which is how Pizza Pops got their name.