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New Winter Warmer deal from dominos. Pretty good for the price and decent variety.

Also, for £5 extra you can get another large pizza
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Cold because its not a ps4
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How to work out the volume of your pizza. If z = radius of pizza and a = thickness, then the volume = Pi * z * z * a.
Spooky!!!
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cobrastang
Aldi takeaway pizza for £1.79 is just as nice ...just don't burn it and keep £13 change

http://coverize.me/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/go-away.jpg
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For £15 I could buy some seed, and grow my own food and feed my family for years.

But that has got sod all to do with this deal has it?

Going to use this for tonights tea. Thanks.

Hot!

Edited By: cheapo on Dec 31, 2013 13:09
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1. Dominos pizza is nice (that's why they are a global forever expanding brand, people like them).

2. Supermarket pizza is not as good. If it was Dominos would be out of business. Do they use 00 flour, real mozzaerlla / provalone cheese blend, and a tasteful tomato sauce well seasoned?

3. Beer costs more in a pub than a supermarket. That does not mean you should not go to the pub.

4. I like Cuban cigars, VSOP brandy, imported beer, and Dominos pizza. If you want to drink pomagne whilst putting your Iceland prawn ring on the sink drainer to defrost then have at it.

5. There is not a papa johns near enough to me. That is equally good takeaway pizza.

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#1
Its nice offer but don't forget the tips.
3 Likes #2
Only tip dominos will get from me is to not eat yellow snow!! Rip off pizza!!!!
3 Likes #3
For £15 in Tesco, I could get so much more for my money
13 Likes #4
Cold because its not a ps4
#5
good deal to me, looking at getting one tomorrow then its healthy eating in new year! Our local one also gives 40% for NHS workers not sure if that would be national, depends on franchise owner i guess, but worth asking!
#6
That's my new years eve excitement wrapped up!

Don't forget quidco.
#7
Nhs 40% off is national also go to every store and pick up the menu. The bottom part of the menu is with vouchers just grab 10 in case you run out of 50% off vouchers. Also after 5 minutes is tuesday bogof and every single night after 12 till close there is bogof.
#8
40% bus discount must only apply to the rack rate though? They wont give you that discount on this offer surely?
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For £15 I could buy some seed, and grow my own food and feed my family for years.

But that has got sod all to do with this deal has it?

Going to use this for tonights tea. Thanks.

Hot!

Edited By: cheapo on Dec 31, 2013 13:09
1 Like #10
Isn't it 2 for 1 Tuesday tonight anyway? Surely a much better deal.
11 Likes #11
How to work out the volume of your pizza. If z = radius of pizza and a = thickness, then the volume = Pi * z * z * a.
Spooky!!!
#12
dominoes is pretty awful for pizza. the ones in Asda that you can order are far better
#13
If Dominos halved the price of all of their pizzas, it would STILL be too expensive.
#14
there is a papa johns near me now

dominos and pizza hut can now go crawl into a hole
#15
Terrible company. Had bad experience.
#16
I've never had the inclination to buy a Dominos pizza the price always puts me off. If I'm not getting a pizza from my local pizza shop I always find Chicago Town takeaway is the best alternative. £15 for that is still a rip off if you ask me!
#17
Someone I knew who worked at dominos once told me a pizza costs 48p to make.....
#18
not just the price but the pizza's are horrible.
#19
Large pizza is £7.99 on collection
#20
Asda 14 inch CYO pizzas rock and are £3.50 for a stonebake with 4 topping and BBQ sauce. Buy 4 of them and spend a quid on a 2 litre bottle of coke.
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http://www.blogcdn.com/green.autoblog.com/media/2007/05/xebra_dominos_store.jpg

Does it come delivered in one of these! lol :D
1 Like #22
Does anyone else find the supermaket pizzas cooked instore very doughy?. I mean you ask for a Deep pizza, and it seems like you are chomping through tons of dough just to get to any toppings.
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lilun2010
Someone I knew who worked at dominos once told me a pizza costs 48p to make.....

The actual ingredient costs - yes.

But take into account the employees' wages, electricity & gas bills, water rates, franchise fees, rent, council tax, equipment costs (those ovens fetch a few thousand pounds on eBay easily), delivery driver's overheads and profit margins then £7.99 a pizza seems reasonable.
1 Like #24
co-op do there own stuffed crust pizza for £3.50, and its amazing. recc people give it a go
#25
Why are people comparing this deal to store bought pizza? It's like commenting on a deal for an Iphone 5 and saying I can get a Nokia 3610 for £10. This is a deal were you get around £28 worth of goods for £15 almost 50% off. One of the hottest deals of the month on here is a PS4 for 5% below RRP. Yes I know it is over priced to begin with and I have never and will never pay full price for a pizza, thats were a deal like this comes in.
#26
666FU
Why are people comparing this deal to store bought pizza? It's like commenting on a deal for an Iphone 5 and saying I can get a Nokia 3610 for £10. This is a deal were you get around £28 worth of goods for £15 almost 50% off. One of the hottest deals of the month on here is a PS4 for 5% below RRP. Yes I know it is over priced to begin with and I have never and will never pay full price for a pizza, thats were a deal like this comes in.

its voted in red isnt it.
1 Like #27
how do you add the extra large for £5?
#28
karlie88
lilun2010
Someone I knew who worked at dominos once told me a pizza costs 48p to make.....

The actual ingredient costs - yes.

But take into account the employees' wages, electricity & gas bills, water rates, franchise fees, rent, council tax, equipment costs (those ovens fetch a few thousand pounds on eBay easily), delivery driver's overheads and profit margins then £7.99 a pizza seems reasonable.


I used to actually work in one untill last year, Thecost has gone up a bit, It's jumped to 51p per large pizza, that takes into account labour and food and energy cost. They also make sure they make in between 80 and 90% profit .the drivers and instore staff get paid peanuts.

Edited By: dude1974 on Dec 31, 2013 14:03
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dude1974
karlie88
lilun2010
Someone I knew who worked at dominos once told me a pizza costs 48p to make.....

The actual ingredient costs - yes.

But take into account the employees' wages, electricity & gas bills, water rates, franchise fees, rent, council tax, equipment costs (those ovens fetch a few thousand pounds on eBay easily), delivery driver's overheads and profit margins then £7.99 a pizza seems reasonable.


I actually work in one it has gone up a bit, It's jumped to 51p per large pizza, that takes into account labour and food and energy cost.

So how much is the actual cost of the ingredients?
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karlie88
lilun2010
Someone I knew who worked at dominos once told me a pizza costs 48p to make.....


The actual ingredient costs - yes.

But take into account the employees' wages, electricity & gas bills, water rates, franchise fees, rent, council tax, equipment costs (those ovens fetch a few thousand pounds on eBay easily), delivery driver's overheads and profit margins then £7.99 a pizza seems reasonable.



and VAT - will be around £2
#31
Orcinus_orca
For £15 in Tesco, I could get so much more for my money

True.. but unlikely they will deliver it to your house and cook it for you.
#32
how do you add another large for £5 .. was planning on ordering tonight for me and friends and this works out better
#33
i knew they made a lot of money but thats a joke lol. dominos are raking it in
1 Like #34
cheap ingredients, and tastes of cardboard.. wait, that may have been the box..... nope it was the pizza


Edited By: jayjayuk1234 on Dec 31, 2013 14:10
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http://media.tumblr.com/tumblr_mf02j8wdCJ1rao0jp.gif
#36
dude1974
karlie88
lilun2010
Someone I knew who worked at dominos once told me a pizza costs 48p to make.....

The actual ingredient costs - yes.

But take into account the employees' wages, electricity & gas bills, water rates, franchise fees, rent, council tax, equipment costs (those ovens fetch a few thousand pounds on eBay easily), delivery driver's overheads and profit margins then £7.99 a pizza seems reasonable.


I used to actually work in one untill last year, Thecost has gone up a bit, It's jumped to 51p per large pizza, that takes into account labour and food and energy cost. They also make sure they make in between 80 and 90% profit .the drivers and instore staff get paid peanuts.

Wow thats cruel, do they offer an alternative to staff with a nut allergy?
#37
If anyone banks with Lloyd's tab it's also 3% cash back at the mo - everyday deals
banned#38
JBAUERBEATSJBOND
Asda 14 inch CYO pizzas rock and are £3.50 for a stonebake with 4 topping and BBQ sauce. Buy 4 of them and spend a quid on a 2 litre bottle of coke.

Cold because Domino's pizzas are gack, PJ always have deals on and what he said above. Asda CYO are where it's at. Get a tub of creamy coleslaw and even 2 pizzas and a 2 litre bottle of drink. That's gonna cost you £3.50 x 2 + £1 coleslaw + 2 litre of most branded drinks. £9.

This is about as cold as it gets for me....

At least PJs pizzas taste nice and they get to you within 1/2 an hour. Dominos is a joke - LOL
#39
So basically you're paying 7 quid for a few wedges, balls, and garlic bread?

Absolutely freezing.

Dominos is only ever somewhat worth it when there's an any size for 7.99 offer on, or if you have someone to go halfs with on a Tuesday.

The sad thing is, some people actually pay full price for this stuff.
#40
brendong9
how do you add another large for £5 .. was planning on ordering tonight for me and friends and this works out better

http://s16.postimg.org/epe1v64zp/domino.jpg

The first two options at my local are the single pizza offers, the next two are the 'for £5 extra you can get another large pizza' options you're looking for

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