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If you buy a Casa Di Mama Specialities Pizza, fill in the online form, print it and post it along with your receipt and the voucher on the pizza box, they will send you a cheque for up to £2.99 (whatever price is on your receipt)

Taken from their website:

Mmm, Casa di Mama. It’s pizza just like Mama used to make!
The delicious toppings and the crispy, light crust. Casa di Mama rises in the oven, releasing its mouth-watering aroma and its delicious, fresh baked taste.
Bring the fresh baked taste to your home - find Casa di Mama in the freezer aisle of your local supermarket today!
And now, for a limited time only, you can try Casa di Mama for FREE! Which of the delicious flavours will you try?

Quattro Formaggi
A rich tomato sauce combined with a subtle blend of mozzarella, Edam, emmental and blue cheese, for a melt in the mouth delight

Diavola
The feisty one! Succulent Calabrese salami, mozzarella, Edam, fiery red chillies and tangy red onion

Salame
Large slices of peppery salami and a smooth blend of mozzarella and Edam cheeses. Perfetto!
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gcmarcal 1 Like #1
HOT HOT HOT!!!!
cheddarman 1 Like #2
Hot as a pizza oven!
mikehoche#3
These are really nice, but be aware to cook properly you need a heavy baking tray or preferably a pizza stone.
satnam99#4
Currently only £1.39 at Tesco online. Don't know about in store?

http://www.tesco.com/groceries/Product/Details/?id=267476350

Also worth noting the following from the T&Cs:
‘Enjoy Our Fresh Baked Taste Free’ offer is limited to one application per household. No bulk or third party applications will be accepted.

Guessing you can't clear out the store and send off a load of applications :p


Edited By: satnam99 on Mar 28, 2011 14:44
bec3105#5
yes they are £1.39 in store too but only until the end of today then they are back up to full price.
DzonAFC 1 Like #6
Great deal, voted hot, I'll check Tesco today. Thx OP.
paulhollio#7
Mmmm...free pizza............
Samme 1 Like #8
With the price of ink (and stamps) these days, this will cost nearly £2.99 to claim back.

Well, not really, but it's a bit of a hassle. Why can't they just pay it straight into your bank account as Tetley did with their "try for free" promotion?
jlrm365#9
I won't go out especially for this, but I will certainly check on it when I next go food shopping.
losthour#10
It isn't quite free but not bad.
Anjirocks#11
Great deal! Has anyone had the 4 cheese one? Usually love lots of cheese on pizzas but not keen on blue cheese, is it all that noticable or can you not really taste it?
bec3105 1 Like #12
I love the four cheese one, the blue cheese isn't too strong and overall a really nice 'cheesy' flavour. give it a go it is free after all (minus the cost of printer ink and a stamp!!)
christopherguy25#13
losthour
It isn't quite free but not bad.

Yep, costs you more in petrol to get it, not to mention time. Time is money.
christopherguy25 2 Likes #14
Lol

Time = Money
Printer ink = Money
Envelope = Money
Stamp = Money
Petrol = Money

No Deal!!
bec3105 3 Likes #15
I picked it up when I was doing my usual weekly shop so no extra time or petrol involved. Yes it does cost the ink, stamp and envelope so not 100% free but you are getting a pizza out of it.
Kanedaaaaaa#16
Hot deal - you can't beat a German pizza. ;)
tredegar71#17
Got some this afternoon from Tesco but they didn't have the 'Try me Free' bit on the box.

Still, I'll plead ignorance, cut something from the box - batchcode, barcode send it with the receipt and hope for the best
terriclarkfan#18
It was only the four cheese flavor with the special offer in my Tesco today.
martyboy70#19
Who else sells these as everyone seems to have got it in Tescos but my nearest Tescos is miles away.
Oh and heat from me.
Gez777#20
Samme
With the price of ink (and stamps) these days, this will cost nearly £2.99 to claim back.

Well, not really, but it's a bit of a hassle. Why can't they just pay it straight into your bank account as Tetley did with their "try for free" promotion?

You're a braver man than me if you'd want to send in your bank details to set up a transfer payment for just £1.79!

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