Just your standard pizza, but a very good one. Imagine your typical Digiorno, Red Baron or even basic store brand pepperoni pizza. Now kick the quality up two notches. That’s what this pizza is. Great choice for small gatherings due to its size (38 oz; over 2lbs).
My only problem is if you’re at Walmart (this is a Walmart brand) looking for a large pepperoni pizza to eat with friends, you might as well go for a Sasquatch pepperoni pizza assuming they are in stock. Both pizzas cost $.21 oz, but the Sasquatch was the tiniest bit better. Sasquatch pizzas do cost $2 more (Sasquatch is $10, Sam’s Choice is $8) due to the size difference, so the only reason I’d choose a Sam’s Choice pepperoni pizza over a Sasquatch is if I really need that extra $2 or if I have a burning desire for a pizza that’s 10 oz lighter.
At the end of the day, it’s still a very good, solid choice I’d happily eat again.
Purchased at Walmart for $7.98. 38.30 oz, $.21/oz.