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Tombstone Pizza

BY TOMBSTONE #91 in Frozen Pizza

4.0 out of 5 stars
  • 5 Stars43%
  • 4 Stars31%
  • 3 Stars17%
  • 2 Stars5%
  • 1 Star3%
4.07 / 5 based on 750 Reviews

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Tombstone Pizza
Tombstone Pizza
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  • "This pizza is really nasty, really all of the frozen pizza's are nasty, The cheese is not really appetizing, and the pizza comes out being a round glop. " in 45 reviews
  • "i love frozen pizzas and remember a commercial about this from my childhood.. still one of my favorite frozen pizzas" in 19 reviews
  • "This was the best frozen pizza when I was a kid, however, I don't seem to see many in stores these days and the last time I had this brand, was over a decade ago AT LEAST." in 18 reviews
  • "I personally have never been a big fan of this pizza due to the fact that it does tend to have a thin crust, and the flavor is on the plain side." in 12 reviews
  • "Not the best pizza on the market but for the price its pretty good I prefer pizza hut but this pizza is great for when your hungry and low on money it's filling, their could be way more toppings and the crust could be better but still fair quality." in 11 reviews
Nicole T.
163 reviews
Foodie Expert Level 2
I'm not a fan of the Tombstone Pizzas. I don't like how its only packaged in plastic wrap since I feel like it gives it a weird taste. There's really no crust since the cheese and sauce basically go to the end and it just doesn't taste very good either. There is never enoigh cheede and its not something I would buy or something I would recommend. Tombstone Pizza
Jessica A.
Peoria, AZ
102 reviews
Foodie Expert Level 1
Okay, I'm not gonna even lie with this. I grew up on this trash. I LOVE IT. ITS SO GOOD. LOL its super crispy, cheesy, like way better than party pizza, but on that same level you know?  gotta make two always, one pep one supreme (supreme is the best) of course I'd but it again. its cheap and fixes a craving b lol
Brittany S.
Bakersfield, CA
111 reviews
Foodie Expert Level 1
This pizza is incredible!!! I was skeptical the first time I tried it, but wow, was I impressed. I love pepperoni and Tombstones is one of the best. The crust is what sold me. I prefer thin crust pizza, and it doesn't get any better than Tombstones. Why spend your money at the high priced pizza establishments when you can have Tombstones
Jessica H.
Benton Harbor, MI
10 reviews
Not the best frozen pizza but still pretty good. Never cooks even, cheese isn't always melted, and the bottom is burnt or not done enough. You get what you pay for with this. My kids love it but my husband and I would just assume eat another brand.
Lexie W.
111 reviews
Foodie Expert Level 1
I honestly think this pizza tastes like cheese on cardboard lol, it tastes so fake to me and I even doctor it up a bit with some s&p, pepper flakes and garlic powder! I just can't get into it- I'm sorry tombstone :(
Jennifer Mccauley M.
Tulsa, OK
9 reviews
Tombstone pizzas have been around for many years. I remember my parents bought them frequently when I was a child. They are very easy to find and you can find them in the freezer section of most stores. They are simple to make and you simply heat your oven to around 350 degrees, open the pizza packaging and remove the pizza from the wrapping and cardboard and place the pizza on a pizza pan. Cook the pizza for about 25 minutes or so. Then pull it out and cut it into slices and you are ready to go. This is much easier than making a pizza from scratch and with the cost around $4.00 it is much less expensive then ordering pizza for pick up or delivery. This pizza received a C rating though because compared with other frozen pizzas, I would not consider it the highest quality or tastiest frozen pizza. Compared with competitor brands, it tastes much less like fresh pizza when it is heated and the ingredients seem much less fresh also. I have also found that this pizza gets freezer burn much easier than other brands that come in boxes. However, not coming in a box does help to conserve freezer space. If you are looking for an inexpensive frozen pizza, I would say that you should definitely give this one a chance. However, if you are willing to spend a little bit more---I would recommend a higher quality frozen pizza.
The pizza was good years ago but it's a thing of the past. Unless you make it in the oven it's junk, but even when you do it's not that great. Most of the time you cook it in the oven it folds up, pretty gross and usually burnt. Even worse in the microwave.
christie p.
578 reviews
Possibly one of the worst frozen pizzas I have ever had. For the record, I bought the pepperoni pizza. I followed the directions exactly, but Tombstone didn't follow up on its reputation. I am writing this review in the hopes of saving some poor soul from investing in such a poor product. For one thing, the edges of the pizza curled up while in the oven and did not flatten out after the suggested standing time (five minutes). Second, the amount of grease on this pizza was enough to give even an athlete a heart attack - I used 3 paper towels to soak off the grease. When I finally got to cut a piece of the pizza, it broke into awkward pieces and crumbled due to the fact that it had curled up while in the oven. Oh, and to top it all off the calories contained in this pizza were nearly 400 per serving with 4 servings in one pie. That's nearly 1600 calories! I would suggest steering clear of Tombstone if you're in the frozen food aisle.
Barbara B.
Houston, TX
4 reviews
That was the most disgusting Pizza my girlfriend and I never ate... After moving all day up 3 flights of stairs... we were starving and exhausted . Unfortunately out of the three pizzas we bought this was the last one and the most disgusting Pizza either one of us had ever eaten. We each ate one slice, because we were staring and threw the rest away... I urge everyone to NEVER BUY the Reuben-ator again who wants a pizza without tomato sauce on it and freaking Thousand Island dressing???? disgusting disgusting disgusting.... The person who invented this so called pizza must be on drugs... I suggest you do a recall on all of them because this is the nastiest pizza I've ever eaten... I'm giving it a one on the ratings... otherwise I won't be able to post my comments...
McKenzie A.
41 reviews
Foodie Expert Level 2
I can't quite describe how upset it makes me that this is the only kind of grocery store pizza our 11 year old will eat. It's kind of like someone put spaghetti sauce, shredded "cheese", and old meat compressed into pepperoni shapes onto a piece of circular cardboard. I suppose I can't be that hard on it, I loved Tombstone as a kid, but that was because I didn't know about other frozen pizzas, like Red Baron, or... pretty much everything else, minus Romas. I feel like I'm attacking this pizza a little too aggressively-- it's not bad... if you're a pre-teen with no taste... or, you know, really, really drunk. Sorry, Tombstone... it's nothing personal. It's just that you're so incredibly deficient in both taste and nutritional value.
Ali P.
Saint Michael, MN
24 reviews
What is your favorite type of tombstone pizza?
Kristie F.
Medford, NJ
50 reviews
Who loves their pepperoni pizza?
Wendi H.
cincinnati, OH
97 reviews
How many people do you feed with one pizza?
Ashley D.
Henderson, KY
6 reviews
What other food do you pair with Tombstone pizza?
Ali P.
Saint Michael, MN
24 reviews
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