Lunchables Pizza vs. Armour Pizza. I'm only talking about the food item itself, so Lunchables boxes with a drink are not being compared, but the single serve packets they sell right next to them.
Right off the bat, let's look at that price tag. Prices may vary where you live (if these two brands are even available for you) but my store had these to offer me. You can get three Lunchables for $5, so about $1.67 each. Armour Pizzas you can get four for $5, or $1.25 each. So serving for serving, Armour wins by $0.42. Not too bad. Now, off with those lids. Both packages are just sealed plastic containers of comparable size, but what's inside them? Since we're comparing pizza, they have nachos in them. In all seriousness, they've got the same stuff basically. A few crusts, some pepperoni, cheese, pizza sauce, and a candy bar. Let's count quantity now. Lunchables has three pizza crusts, and nine slices of pepperoni, Armour has TWO pizza crusts, and six slices of pepperoni. I believe Armour has the same amount of cheese though, so Armour's Pepperoni Pizza is technically more cheesey. We have a problem here. Look at that price tag I gave above and assume the candy bar costs $0.25 (Which may be a bit generous for a "Fun Size" candy). With Lunchables, three pizzas works out to around $0.47 per pizza. Armour comes to an even $0.50 per pizza. Not good. But we've been going on about Quantity, what about quality? Well, Armour's pepperoni is only "Pepperoni flavoured sausage", while Lunchables actually uses Pepperoni. Aside from that HUGE distinction, Armour's 'pepperoni' slices are FAR thinner and flimsier then Lunchables. Onto the crusts, once again, Armour has a thinner, flimsier crust. It's also more 'dusty' and tastes more like flour, so I have to once again give this win to Lunchables. The pizza sauce also has a drastically different flavour. Lunchable's packs more of a kick to it, and Armour comes off more... watered down. Armour's sauce also made the already soggy pizza soggier. The cheese remains about the same quality, so I can't give this a pass in either direction. The candy bar is also the same, a Nestle Crunch bar.
So, now comes the final tally.
Price: Armour is cheaper for the pack, not for the actual count.
Quantity: Lunchables gives you one more pizza than Armour.
Quality: Lunchables wins by a landslide, actual pepperoni, stronger sauce, better tasting crust. Armour doesn't stand a chance.
And coming off from this we see that it's better to just pay that extra $0.42 and get Lunchables.