Little Caesar’s Prices

Little Caesars is a pizza chain that competes with other large national pizza restaurants such as Dominos, Pizza Hut, and Papa John’s. The big difference is that Little Caesars prices are the least expensive out of the major pizza chains.

Although some Little Caesars restaurants offer delivery services, they focus more on carryout. The restaurant offers less choices on their menu than the competition, which is how they can afford to keep their prices so low. Little Caesars offers large 1 topping Hot-N-Ready pizzas for only $5. In addition to pizzas, the restaurant also offers chicken wings in various flavors and spices as well as  cheese bread.

Below are the latest Little Caesars menu prices.

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Hot-N-Ready Pizzas

Pepperoni PizzaLarge$6.00
Cheese PizzaLarge$6.00
Sausage PizzaLarge$6.00
DEEP!DEEP!™ DishLarge$8.00
Bacon Wrapped Crust DEEP!DEEP!™ DishLarge$12.00

Specialty Pizzas

3 Meat TreatLarge$8.00
Hula HawaiianLarge$8.00
Ultimate SupremeLarge$9.99

Signature Favorites

Crazy Combo – Bread & Sauce8 Pc.$3.99
Italian Cheese Bread10 Pc.$4.59
Zesty Cheese Bread10 Pc.$4.89
Pepperoni Cheese Bread10 Pc.$4.89
Caesar Wings$6.00
Caesar Dip®1 Pc.$0.59
Caesar Dips®2 Pc.$1.00

Make Deals

Combo Meal 1 – Pizza, Breadsticks & 2-Liter Pepsi$9.99
Combo Meal 2 – Deep Dish Pizza, Breadsticks & 2-Liter Pepsi$12.99
Combo Meal 3 – Pizza, Chicken Wings & 2-Liter Pepsi$12.55
Combo Meal 4 – Deep Dish Pizza, Chicken Wings & 2-Liter Pepsi$14.99


Crazy Bread$2.29
Stuffed Crazy Bread4 Pc.$3.00
Stuffed Crazy Bread8 Pc.$5.00
Cinnamon Bread$2.99


Jumbo Soft Pretzel$1.99
Nachos with Cheese$2.69
Mrs. Goodcookie$0.89

Custom Pizza

1 Topping PizzaLarge$6.50
Stuffed CrustLarge$9.49
Extra Topping$1.75

Little Caesars was founded in Garden City, Michigan, in 1959 by Mike and Marian Ilitch. Originally, the restaurant offered many food items besides pizza such as hot dogs, shrimp, and fish, however, over the years the menu was trimmed so they could primarily focus on pizzas.

Little Caesars prices are among the cheapest in the pizza food industry. Although other chains offer coupons that lower the price, Little Caesars offers $5 Hot-N-Ready pizzas without any coupon.

For more information about Little Caesars, visit their official website.

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    1. Yes Greg, they just have one size. They have the deep deep dish which is squared, so it’s unusual in shape, but it’s still considered a large.

  1. I love little caesars, but one request i would like to be requested is how Little Caesars pizza delivers. For example, what if you dont have cash? You only have credit card. How would you pay for the pizza? That is one request i hope you can make happen. Thank you if you reply, send me an email at . Hope you can read this email. 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂

    1. I assume they would follow the same criteria that other pizza chains use for credit and debit cards. If they accept credit card and debit card payment, they take that information when you call in to place the order. They run the card number to make sure it’s good. When the delivery person arrives, you can add your tip on the bill and then you sign it.

  2. Get a hot n ready and eat that badboy fast because they tend to dry up on you. Also watch the language in here, what is wrong with these people.

  3. John, If you walk in to any Little Caesars and get a hot and ready pizza, it is $5 every where. If you ordered over the phone, it is not considered the Hot and ready and is subject in cost to what ever you ordered.

    1. I live in Flint, Mi. Here, it doesn’t matter if you walk in or call a Hot n Ready is always $6.66 for some crazy reason.They even advertise this in the ads I receive in the mail. It’s total BS.

      1. The only reason most people bought their pizzas was because it is the cheapest. Now it makes more sense to buy from dominos or pizza hut.

    2. LoL…
      Well actually, for those that were saying Little Ceasers Pizza’s pricing isn’t/hasn’t been consistent throughout all their many different locations… You’re actually CORRECT (sorry, but I’m honestly not trying to burst anyone’s bubble here) & just a quick Google of some of their different stores throughout the nation will produce all the info (& validation) you could ask for. For instance, in the “usual” places like Alaska & here in Hawaii (as well as a few other places that I’ve found) their “hot n’ ready” 1topping large pizza’s (like their large pepperoni for example) are in fact $5.00 & about a dollar more when “called in” or in most cases, whenever it’s been modified/changed & no longer considered a “pre-made” pizza. Not that I’m trying to take anything away from them OR the people who were thinking that their prices were in fact, all the same. & In most of the US, a large hot n’ ready pepperoni pizza is still reliably found & priced at $5bucks (& tax where applicable) & of course, waiting for you as you walk through their door. But when you take into consideration even just the really basic things like the difference in what some of the specific ingredients cost &/or what it costs just to ship them to their many various stores around the nation – then it does (or at least can) become rather obvious that to keep their pricing at a “truly” consistent price point wouldn’t be very practical – especially in today’s economy.
      Hope this clears up a bit of the confusion & heated opinions here. Again though, I really wasn’t trying to run over anyone’s toes here & hope my comment hasn’t offended in anyway. Just thought I’d share a bit of info since I used to work in that particular part of the food industry & for that particular company as well (though that was quite a long, loong time ago ~ ahh, the college years. Or at least what I still remember of em’

      1. Oops…. Soorry, but I mistyped the price for that Alaska & Hawaii part. It’s actually $7.00 here in Hawaii & do believe it’s priced the same in most of Alaska. Hehe…. Sorry about that but it’s reeeaally late here & I probably should be in bed by now

  4. Little Ceasars doest deliver… so I’m not sure why anyone’s inquiring about, with concerns about using plastic to pay.. ? .. lol.

    1. In some places they do. & I’m others they’ve teamed up with outside 3rd party businesses to take care of that end for them. Like the local Little Ceasers store closest to my home has teamed up with a company called Quick Cuisine & now you can have anything from them delivered right to your door, anytime after 3pm (Hawaii time, that is). In our case, it’s a bit expensive at around $6bucks extra for the delivery charge – but hey, when you’re craving a slice & they’re the closest & fastest option… You go with what’s available to you.

  5. If I were to order a few plain pizzas with extra cheese and bacon, DOES YOUR COMPANY DELIVER. R.S.V.P. ASAP.

    Thank you.

  6. Little Ceasars and others promoting them need to stop advertising they have $5 pizzas since they have raised the price to $6.50 for the Hot n Ready Large cheese, sausage, and pepperoni pizzas.

    1. Depending on the state you’re in the price went up I work at Little Caesar’s in Ohio and some of the prices they showed on here for Ohio was not right at all.

  7. I’m tired of seeing their pizza ads fo 5 bucks but they only sell them for 6. Time to talk to attorney general for false advertisement.

    1. It’s 5 bucks where I’m at.

      Do talk to the Attorney General just so it’s consistent everywhere. Please make a petition as well and a hashtag!

  8. The price for the Hot N’ Ready pizzas in Fort Lupton, Colorado is $5.55 (located about 30 miles north of Denver), not sure whether it’s different in other CO cities or not.

  9. Rember to add tax to your prepared food orders. They shouldn’t charge more than $5 for 1 topping large pepperoni or cheese HotnReady pizzas as that is the price on their website.

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