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Domino's is usually a little expensive for my liking but theres a great deal to make it a bargain.

You can currently buy one pizza and get the second for only a fiver (cheapest one is free)

Also if you use the code 10WAHOOO you get £10 off if you spend £30 or more.

For example we ordered;

Two large Meatilicious Pizzas at £15.99 each
One Kickers combo at £5.99
One Mozzarella Sticks at £4.49

Usual price £42.26 but with the offers we got it all for £21.47 delivered

Enjoy!
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13 Likes #1
i used to buy dominoes pizzas till a read a story in the papaer which said it cost them around £1.50-£2 to make there pizzas then they sell them for around £13.99, never had one since. good deal if you like giving your hard earned money to robbing ba**ards!
34 Likes #2
That's the entire food industry, surely??
2 Likes #3
lois1987
i used to buy dominoes pizzas till a read a story in the papaer which said it cost them around £1.50-£2 to make there pizzas then they sell them for around £13.99, never had one since. good deal if you like giving your hard earned money to robbing ba**ards!


I'm sure you are probably right but you could probably say the same for any pizza chain. And they are delicious
#4
#5
Lois, how is that any different from ASDA/Tesco making a pizza for around £0.10p and selling it for £1-£1.50? I'd much rather wait and eat pizza on the rare occasion that a better quality alternative is available cheaper than eating a store bought frozen pizza with no flavour and no toppings. Heat added.
3 Likes #6
ShaunR
Lois, how is that any different from ASDA/Tesco making a pizza for around £0.10p and selling it for £1-£1.50? I'd much rather wait and eat pizza on the rare occasion that a better quality alternative is available cheaper than eating a store bought frozen pizza with no flavour and no toppings. Heat added.


not saying its any different but £13.99 for a pizza is a little excessive, all I seem to have got whenever Ive ordered one is a slighty warm floppy pizza. who says I even buy frozen pizzas from a supermarket think the are also equally as sh*te.
#7
I doubt this code and deal will stack at most stores. Domino's online is very region specific, with different prices and websites from town to town. The deals can't usually be used with codes and vice versa, but certain websites DO allow it.

It'd be good if members could post which stores this double deal works at.
#8
You can't add dominator or double decent crusts ! I'm out ! Does state you can only use the £10 off at Full menu price. Good that it worked for you but they are missing the icing on the cake with not letting me have a good crust.:( Want a domino's pizza now ! Damn YOU !
1 Like #9
lhurren
I doubt this code and deal will stack at most stores. Domino's online is very region specific, with different prices and websites from town to town. The deals can't usually be used with codes and vice versa, but certain websites DO allow it.

It'd be good if members could post which stores this double deal works at.


Its worked at Queensferry store in Flintshire. If its store specific then my bad I was just given the code. Thought all online deals would be nationwide. Feel free to give me a roasting, I may deserve it X)
#10
my dominos order is at 3. bake
#11
I just checked and it doesn't work for me, in Blackpool :(

It tells me the voucher is invalid with the deal.
2 Likes #12
At £13.99 a pizza it may be worthwhile going to Pizza Hut.
You get free salad and children eat free!

£13.99 for a takeaway pizza seems excessive to me.
1 Like #13
if it doesnt work for you code ''HAPPYDOM'' works same thing
1 Like #14
Common Sense
At £13.99 a pizza it may be worthwhile going to Pizza Hut.
You get free salad and children eat free!

£13.99 for a takeaway pizza seems excessive to me.


i wouldnt say that you get called all sorts if you dare disagree oO
#15
Or just say you have a bogof voucher and get the second pizza free. They never ask for the voucher.
1 Like #16
badasschris
Or just say you have a bogof voucher and get the second pizza free. They never ask for the voucher.


i once did this and id never been asked for it but then i got asked for it, god i didnt know what to do, made out i was searching through the drawers but i think he felt sorry for me and just said it doesnt matter, god i felt a tw*t

Edited By: lois1987 on Dec 10, 2011 19:33
#17
gobby88
my dominos order is at 3. bake

ditto
3 Likes #18
EVEN BETTER, BREAD FLOUR, YEAST, WATER, OLIVE OIL, SUGAR, SIEVED TOMATOES, CHEESE AND AN HOUR OF YOUR TIME FOR 99% AND SAVE A MINUMUM OF £34!
1 Like #19
or DECEMBER for 50% off when spending over £40 ( found in voucher section)
#20
december one doesnt work
#21
OR use code SGBRHQNK for £10 off a £25 min spend!
Domino's being sneaky though, the on-line "deals" section is ANY size pizza for £9.99 but at the checkout this is seen as an offer, so you must buy the pizza from the normal full price section!
Ordered .....
Large (13.5") Pepperoni Passion®
£15.99
Stripper Combo, (wedges + chicken strips)
£6.29
Barbecue
£0.45
Garlic & Herb
£0.90
1.25ltr Diet Coca Cola
£1.99
Total = £25.62
£10 off when you spend £25 or more...
New total = £15.62.
#22
Works at my local branch except pizzas are 16.99! Shame Ive just eaten
#23
Not working for me Darzen or the original codes
#24
The price is going through as 2 full priced pizzas as opposed to the second one being £5, I also used a 40% off code, the 40% is coming off the food part of order (not desserts or drinks) but still being charged full price for the pizzas. I have rung nearest store, they can take order but not use online codes but can do offer with 2nd pizza being £5, they stated 2 offers cannot be used at the same time....any ideas?
#25
m4ndygriffiths
The price is going through as 2 full priced pizzas as opposed to the second one being £5, I also used a 40% off code, the 40% is coming off the food part of order (not desserts or drinks) but still being charged full price for the pizzas. I have rung nearest store, they can take order but not use online codes but can do offer with 2nd pizza being £5, they stated 2 offers cannot be used at the same time....any ideas?


yes, just dont buy one. :p
#26
andrewp
lois1987
i used to buy dominoes pizzas till a read a story in the papaer which said it cost them around £1.50-£2 to make there pizzas then they sell them for around £13.99, never had one since. good deal if you like giving your hard earned money to robbing ba**ards!


I'm sure you are probably right but you could probably say the same for any pizza chain. And they are delicious


I like both Dominos and Pizza Hut pizzas. They are tasty when I collect them. But the trouble is with delivery. Sometimes they are cold when they get to me, and the delivery itself is always awkward - it's some bloke with his girlfriend sitting in the car. They are low paid and expect a tip which I don't mind. But I just wish that the pizza chains improved their delivery services. For example, they had branded vans and uniformed staff, paid them well enough so that tipping wasn't expected or allowed. The whole delivery thing puts me off when I think about getting a pizza. And Dominos do seem increasingly expensive when compared to Pizza Hut.

If they make as much profit as postings in this forum suggest then they could do these things.

Or maybe there is a gap in the market for an outstandingly excellent Pizza company.

Edited By: matedodgy on Dec 11, 2011 09:34
#27
brilliant idea .... like it ...
5 Likes #28
lois1987
i used to buy dominoes pizzas till a read a story in the papaer which said it cost them around £1.50-£2 to make there pizzas then they sell them for around £13.99, never had one since. good deal if you like giving your hard earned money to robbing ba**ards!



Lets add....

Wages
Rent
Rates
Gas
Electricity
Insurance
Banking charges
Delivery Drivers
Car Insurance
Liability insurance
etc.......

Idiot...
#29
voucherr dont workkkkkkkkk
#30
10off dont worrk
#31
ive spent 31 and add code and says its invalid
#32
Worked for me!
Thanks op and Merry Christmas
Item Price
1 x Buy One Pizza & Get another for only £5 £20.99
2 x Garlic Pizza Bread £6.98
3 x 330ml Diet Coca Cola £2.40
1 x £10 off a £30 spend - Happy Xmas! - £9.38

TOTAL £20.99
#33
Brilliant, thanks OP, normally you can't bundle deals but your one worked a treat.
#34
AWESOME!

3 large pepperoni's for £20.48 :p
#35
10WAHOOO does not work with the buy 1 get 1 for a fiver deal, but DTESSXCN does :)
#36
I just used 'HAPPYDOM' for £10 off a £30 spend. ;)
1 Like #37
matedodgy
andrewp
lois1987
i used to buy dominoes pizzas till a read a story in the papaer which said it cost them around £1.50-£2 to make there pizzas then they sell them for around £13.99, never had one since. good deal if you like giving your hard earned money to robbing ba**ards!


I'm sure you are probably right but you could probably say the same for any pizza chain. And they are delicious


I like both Dominos and Pizza Hut pizzas. They are tasty when I collect them. But the trouble is with delivery. Sometimes they are cold when they get to me, and the delivery itself is always awkward - it's some bloke with his girlfriend sitting in the car. They are low paid and expect a tip which I don't mind. But I just wish that the pizza chains improved their delivery services. For example, they had branded vans and uniformed staff, paid them well enough so that tipping wasn't expected or allowed. The whole delivery thing puts me off when I think about getting a pizza. And Dominos do seem increasingly expensive when compared to Pizza Hut.

If they make as much profit as postings in this forum suggest then they could do these things.

Or maybe there is a gap in the market for an outstandingly excellent Pizza company.


I never tip delivery drivers, they are paid to deliver food. Same as I don`t tip the person behind the till at Asda when I go shopping. The only time I tip is in a retuarant when I get excellent service - not normal or good service, but when something has been done well above and beyond the norm.

If the drivers don`t earn enough to survive without tips, then the takeaway should pay them more.
#38
dominos pizzas are nice, but they charge about 3x more than what I think they are worth (at most)! ... voted cold for the pure greed of the company.
1 Like #39
There are currently codes available to get Pizza Hut delivered for 9.99 large... pretty close.
#40
Dominos Pizzas taste really cheap as do Pizza Hut. Crap pizzas at a premium price. Would rather go for a meal out at Pizza Express and know that I'm eating proper ingreients for roughly the same price...

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