No snacks will be out of bounds now.

By Isadora Baum
January 28, 2020

You know how you just don't want to get up for anything when the Super Bowl is on? You might miss a touchdown, or some amazing commercial that everyone will be talking about the next day. Or maybe you're just so comfortable on the couch — why get up to grab a biscuit or chip, right?

Well, Red Lobster feels for you, and to help, they just announced a limited-edition prop that'll make your game time viewing parties and snacking go hand-in-hand without any disruption. The "Snack Tackle Claw" is a lobster claw (of course!) that can help grab your favorite snack foods in a snap, like a bread roll, a soda can, a bag of chips, a Cheddar Bay Biscuit (the best snack from Red Lobster, right?), and more!

The "Snack Tackle Claw" extends reach and, just like a lobster claw, grabs snacks that would have required you getting up off your tush to grab and nosh on.

Starting Saturday, Feb. 1, and while supplies last, the "Snack Tackle Claw" will be sold for $10 as an add on to any To Go or delivery order placed directly on RedLobster.com and at Red Lobster restaurants nationwide. Yet, act fast, since there's only a few at participating locations.

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"Gone are the days of playing both defense and offense while watching the big game. Red Lobster's 'Snack Tackle Claw' allows you to be the champion of your party without having to choose between your seat or the delicious snacks just out of arm's reach," said Salli Setta, President & Chief Concept Officer, Red Lobster in a press release. "We couldn't think of a better pairing for our Party Platters than a snacking accessory that lets you simply extend, grab and enjoy."

Plus, if you get a Party Platter, you can choose from seafood selections like Signature Jumbo Shrimp Cocktail, Parrot Isle Jumbo Coconut Shrimp, Walt's Favorite Shrimp, Crab-Stuffed Shrimp Rangoon, Petite Maine Lobster Tails, and of course, Cheddar Bay Biscuits, all available for To Go or delivery, and then grab a claw while you're at it! Call your local store for more details and to let them know you'll be ready to go Saturday for your claw.

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