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Right.. I am not sure if this is nationwide.. perhaps it is only in 'popular' or 'bigger' areas.. But I thought I would tell you about one of their lunchtime offers..

Any medium pizza (11,5 inches) for £5 collection, or £8 delivered.
- That's better than half price if you collect it, as medium pizzas go up to £13 I think..

Go for a half and half pizza and have your two favourite lots of toppings on one pizza!

Dominos lunchtime is 12-4 I believe - worth checking if your local Dominos participates in this offer.

No voucher - just mention deal!
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androoski#1
COLD!

This is HUKD, pizzas must cost no more than a quid, be frozen, and made of putty.

Oh wait, these are real Pizzas, made from fresh dough and baked in house. HEAT ADDED!
higgzy#2
androoski
COLD!

This is HUKD, pizzas must cost no more than a quid, be frozen, and made of putty.

Oh wait, these are real Pizzas, made from fresh dough and baked in house. HEAT ADDED!


LOL, i just ordered 2 on the BOGOF offer for the footy. Beats any frozen pizza!
brilly#3
androoski
COLD!

This is HUKD, pizzas must cost no more than a quid, be frozen, and made of putty.

Oh wait, these are real Pizzas, made from fresh dough and baked in house. HEAT ADDED!


wait a sec the pizza snob thinks dominos are so superior to frozens?
chicago town takeaway has beaten both dominos and pizza hut for past 2 years in blind tests and i have to agree they are better tasting and WAY better value.
either way, opinion on how good or bad a pizza is is irrelevant to the deal which i have no idea if is good or not.
teraomi#4
I agree with brilly. Frozen pizza can easily better "fresh".

Love the snob comment also, but you get that with almost everything. Normally has to be expensive to show quality somehow, just like name branded clothing .....:whistling: .

Still for a big company for the price this aint to bad. But think of the frozen's you could get, depending on offers you could get up to 3 frozen's.
androoski#5
teraomi
I agree with brilly. Frozen pizza can easily better "fresh".

Love the snob comment also, but you get that with almost everything. Normally has to be expensive to show quality somehow, just like name branded clothing .....:whistling: .

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Nah. Not expensive, just have some attempt at freshness and a nod toward authenticity. I tried the cheapo pizzas after people raved about them on here, they might as well have been faece-topped.

The problem with Britain is that a lot of people think that frozen, prepared, processed and plastered in heinz ketchup is what normal food should taste like. No wonder we are the most obese nation in europe.

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/uk/health/article667490.ece

Dominos might not be great but it's a step in the right direction.

Oh, and the Chicago Town pizzas (which you can't get for a quid by the way) independent test by Cambridge Research for Chicago Town (the sponsor) a sample of 107 people. Nice bit of marketing, pick another 107 and get a different result. Good old statistics eh? Good old British taste.
tartanarmy#6
Not nationwide

This is store specific and each store will have there own lunch time deals if any at all.

My store does personal pizza with drink for £2.99 and no offers on larger pizza's unless using vouchers or deals advertised by head office (press & tv etc)
thedonsfan#7
How does a pizza (the same size) cost less than half to make at lunchtime than it does after lunch????
This baffles me!!!

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