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Sainsbury's Stonebaked 10" pizza £1.85

£1.85 @ Sainsbury's
Yeah you have to pick it up and put the oven on for 11 minutes - seems better value than Dominos or Papa Johns though!! Sainsbury's Stonebaked 10" pizza £1.85 Read More
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Yeah you have to pick it up and put the oven on for 11 minutes - seems better value than Dominos or Papa Johns though!!

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29 Likes
Cold - would rather spend £50 on two pizzas, bottle of coke and some garlic bread
12 Likes
red23
Cold - would rather spend £50 on two pizzas, bottle of coke and some garlic bread

agreed - £50 is cheaper than the cost of an oven and getting it installed and hooked up to the gas network and a standing charge

Edited By: jameshothothot on May 14, 2017 22:08: May 14, 2017 22:08
11 Likes
acm20001
cheaper at Aldi, £1.35 I believe


They don't sell Sainsbury's Pizza at Aldi.
8 Likes
Joking aside my comments were more out of frustration at my student years.

"Skint" students have no idea how to spend their money and when you try save them cash, do not care.

"Halfs on a dominos m8? cool thats £30 then"

Edited By: red23 on May 14, 2017 22:38: .
5 Likes
dj_lloyde
Would rather spend £50 on Whimpy

I preferhttp://www.blabla.co.za/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/wimpy-braille-burger-logo1.gif

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29 Likes #1
Cold - would rather spend £50 on two pizzas, bottle of coke and some garlic bread
12 Likes #2
red23
Cold - would rather spend £50 on two pizzas, bottle of coke and some garlic bread

agreed - £50 is cheaper than the cost of an oven and getting it installed and hooked up to the gas network and a standing charge

Edited By: jameshothothot on May 14, 2017 22:08: May 14, 2017 22:08
1 Like #3
Would rather spend £50 on Chinese take out with far better selection.
4 Likes #4
Would rather spend £50 on Whimpy

Edited By: dj_lloyde on May 14, 2017 22:17
8 Likes #5
Joking aside my comments were more out of frustration at my student years.

"Skint" students have no idea how to spend their money and when you try save them cash, do not care.

"Halfs on a dominos m8? cool thats £30 then"

Edited By: red23 on May 14, 2017 22:38: .
5 Likes #6
dj_lloyde
Would rather spend £50 on Whimpy

I preferhttp://www.blabla.co.za/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/wimpy-braille-burger-logo1.gif
#7
Heat from me.
#8
they arent that bad, prolly better than most frozen ones and its fine if you lazy to cook some food or you need to eat something quick, that doesnt taste terrible.
#9
The top comments are hilarious!!

Very good deal for this. Heat added. Buy one - if it's nice by your opinion get another couple for the freezer.

Edited By: shifty277 on May 15, 2017 00:32
#10
always get these when they are on offer they are lovely! meat feast one is the best, much better than any of the frozen one's thanks xx
#11
cheaper at Aldi, £1.35 I believe
4 Likes #12
red23
Joking aside my comments were more out of frustration at my student years.
"Skint" students have no idea how to spend their money and when you try save them cash, do not care.
"Halfs on a dominos m8? cool thats £30 then"
As a student I think your comment is patronising and smacks of stereotyping.
#13
These are actually really nice.
#14
Aldi specially selected range is rather good.

£1.99 a pop.

Just wanted to put it on the map for those who've never tried them.

Heat for op. These pizzas are nice.
1 Like #15
The store-made ones are all *much* better than anything else, regardless of the supermarket. They're all doing essentially the same thing for essentially the same price.
#16
pineapple though.
11 Likes #17
acm20001
cheaper at Aldi, £1.35 I believe


They don't sell Sainsbury's Pizza at Aldi.
#18
Istanbul_Kop
acm20001
cheaper at Aldi, £1.35 I believe
They don't sell Sainsbury's Pizza at Aldi.

Really...oO
1 Like #19
anouj
red23
Joking aside my comments were more out of frustration at my student years.
"Skint" students have no idea how to spend their money and when you try save them cash, do not care.
"Halfs on a dominos m8? cool thats £30 then"
As a student I think your comment is patronising and smacks of stereotyping.

I can't tell if thats a joke or serious myself but it was the sort of common thing I noticed for students not saying all were like that but it was more a case many were young and naive and didn't care about debt, the amount of occasions where someone would say they were skint so open a new student account or student credit card, it always sticks in my mind 2 occasions within weeks where students told me they were skint one after spending £200-£300 on a pair of jeans, living 10 minutes walk from city centre club and it being warm time of year telling me they had £100-£200 to last 3 days to a week, both times in catered accomodation, their logic being drinks in club taxis both ways, take out on way home would cost around £100 (which didn't make sense with £1 drinks)

And it was common for people to get taxi to class which was less than 5 minutes walk, have latest gadgets, wear expensive clothes etc put it this way my college had a Costa on campus and across road was university with Starbucks, one of the students went and I quote after drinking one "uggh this is horrible, lets go to Starbucks for a real coffee"

Friend had a flatmate who ate Dominoes pizza every day, another who only ate things like steak every day, I have had ones that only ate butchers meat (inc steak) went to salons for hair cuts, went on weekend clubbing trips, had top of range gadgets even exercise equipment, and thats not individual, had flatmates who ticked all those boxes and one who got £1200 a month from parents as spending money and they sent her top range iphone and not even for her birthday, and she always acted like she was skint, and how she had to fight to get where she was in life.
#20
Sainsburys have hiked a lot, but not all, of their product prices in the last ~2 months. Some by as much as ~33%.

These pizzas used to be 12" (and 400g?) until very recently and could often be bought in "2 for £2" deals. Then a short time after last year's referendum, the 12" version was usually sold at ~£2.25 each in my local and multi-buy deals pretty much ceased to happen.

Now they are 320g and 10", trying to make £1.85 seem like a good deal. But it isn't really, it's another product that has been covertly downsized for a slight reduction in price compared to the older, previous spec.

If people are savy with their money, I expect Sainsburys to lose a lot of market share this financial year to the likes of Aldi and Lidl.
#21
My local tesco had 3x stonebaked pizzas normally selling for £3.50 reduced to 85p the other day. Needless to say all said pizzas were purchased and frozen for a rainy day. Why this post? Just felt like gloating at my superior deal :P
#22
These pizzas are worse than just doing yourself some nice cheese on toast.
#23
These are like flatbreads, like the base you can buy for 20p, Tesco ones are far better
#24
For the avid HUk dealers, the chicken and pesto is the best value weighing in at 325g
#25
no meat feast in my local no ticket for them either doesn't look like they are in the deal this time gutted!
#26
It was discussing the last time I had one, I was sick.
1 Like #27
ryouga
anouj
red23
Joking aside my comments were more out of frustration at my student years.
"Skint" students have no idea how to spend their money and when you try save them cash, do not care.
"Halfs on a dominos m8? cool thats £30 then"
As a student I think your comment is patronising and smacks of stereotyping.
I can't tell if thats a joke or serious myself but it was the sort of common thing I noticed for students not saying all were like that but it was more a case many were young and naive and didn't care about debt, the amount of occasions where someone would say they were skint so open a new student account or student credit card, it always sticks in my mind 2 occasions within weeks where students told me they were skint one after spending £200-£300 on a pair of jeans, living 10 minutes walk from city centre club and it being warm time of year telling me they had £100-£200 to last 3 days to a week, both times in catered accomodation, their logic being drinks in club taxis both ways, take out on way home would cost around £100 (which didn't make sense with £1 drinks)
And it was common for people to get taxi to class which was less than 5 minutes walk, have latest gadgets, wear expensive clothes etc put it this way my college had a Costa on campus and across road was university with Starbucks, one of the students went and I quote after drinking one "uggh this is horrible, lets go to Starbucks for a real coffee"
Friend had a flatmate who ate Dominoes pizza every day, another who only ate things like steak every day, I have had ones that only ate butchers meat (inc steak) went to salons for hair cuts, went on weekend clubbing trips, had top of range gadgets even exercise equipment, and thats not individual, had flatmates who ticked all those boxes and one who got £1200 a month from parents as spending money and they sent her top range iphone and not even for her birthday, and she always acted like she was skint, and how she had to fight to get where she was in life.

Introduction was well thought out and concise. Main body lacked substance, whilst some points well backed up with anecdotes. Conclusion was somewhat lacking, however, it was a good read overall. Absence of academic references and inconsistent referencing style. 67%
#28
anouj
red23
Joking aside my comments were more out of frustration at my student years.
"Skint" students have no idea how to spend their money and when you try save them cash, do not care.
"Halfs on a dominos m8? cool thats £30 then"
As a student I think your comment is patronising and smacks of stereotyping.
well as they are talking from experience and i can back it up from experience, yeah students are a pretty stupid lot in terms of eating sensibly.
why is it patronising and stereotyping to speak from experience?
#29
brilly
anouj
red23
Joking aside my comments were more out of frustration at my student years.
"Skint" students have no idea how to spend their money and when you try save them cash, do not care.
"Halfs on a dominos m8? cool thats £30 then"
As a student I think your comment is patronising and smacks of stereotyping.
well as they are talking from experience and i can back it up from experience, yeah students are a pretty stupid lot in terms of eating sensibly.
why is it patronising and stereotyping to speak from experience?

From my experience people over 50 are close minded and dismissive, hence all people over 50 are.
Why is it patronising and stereotyping to speak from experience?
#30
pearcec01
brilly
anouj
red23
Joking aside my comments were more out of frustration at my student years.
"Skint" students have no idea how to spend their money and when you try save them cash, do not care.
"Halfs on a dominos m8? cool thats £30 then"
As a student I think your comment is patronising and smacks of stereotyping.
well as they are talking from experience and i can back it up from experience, yeah students are a pretty stupid lot in terms of eating sensibly.
why is it patronising and stereotyping to speak from experience?
From my experience people over 50 are close minded and dismissive, hence all people over 50 are.
Why is it patronising and stereotyping to speak from experience?
is that from your experience of being over 50? living through it and your experience life amongst your >50yo peers?
or just the random ravings of an upset student?

how many people have you ever met that said 'ah i was so sensible as a student. odd how i become more stupid as i age'?
people are young, they make duff decisions, they grow up... its life

not everyone is the same but get real

Edited By: brilly on May 15, 2017 16:40
#31
brilly
pearcec01
brilly
anouj
red23
Joking aside my comments were more out of frustration at my student years.
"Skint" students have no idea how to spend their money and when you try save them cash, do not care.
"Halfs on a dominos m8? cool thats £30 then"
As a student I think your comment is patronising and smacks of stereotyping.
well as they are talking from experience and i can back it up from experience, yeah students are a pretty stupid lot in terms of eating sensibly.
why is it patronising and stereotyping to speak from experience?
From my experience people over 50 are close minded and dismissive, hence all people over 50 are.
Why is it patronising and stereotyping to speak from experience?
is that from your experience of being over 50? living through it and your experience life amongst your >50yo peers?
or just the random ravings of an upset student?
how many people have you ever met that said 'ah i was so sensible as a student. odd how i become more stupid as i age'?
people are young, they make duff decisions, they grow up... its life
not everyone is the same but get real
Hello good sir, my point was merely; making huge sweeping statements about entire demographics is close minded, and although it may have been acceptable in the 1950s, does not have a place in today's society. Close minded and dismissive.
#32
I know the Sainsbury's in my town which isn't very large store, but not a local either have a pizza counter. If you have a pizza made up at counter or one the prepacked ones at front of pizza counter you can have it baked and ready to go for £1 extra. I'm not even telling my eldest as he want me to divert there on way home from college every time lol.

These pizzas in the deal,they alright. Buy yourself a few and get some Lego cards lol.
#33
anouj
As a student I think your comment is patronising and smacks of stereotyping.

Wake up on the wrong side of bed? (At half three this afternoon probably).
#34
pearcec01
brilly
pearcec01
brilly
anouj
red23
Joking aside my comments were more out of frustration at my student years.
"Skint" students have no idea how to spend their money and when you try save them cash, do not care.
"Halfs on a dominos m8? cool thats £30 then"
As a student I think your comment is patronising and smacks of stereotyping.
well as they are talking from experience and i can back it up from experience, yeah students are a pretty stupid lot in terms of eating sensibly.
why is it patronising and stereotyping to speak from experience?
From my experience people over 50 are close minded and dismissive, hence all people over 50 are.
Why is it patronising and stereotyping to speak from experience?
is that from your experience of being over 50? living through it and your experience life amongst your >50yo peers?
or just the random ravings of an upset student?
how many people have you ever met that said 'ah i was so sensible as a student. odd how i become more stupid as i age'?
people are young, they make duff decisions, they grow up... its life
not everyone is the same but get real
Hello good sir, my point was merely; making huge sweeping statements about entire demographics is close minded, and although it may have been acceptable in the 1950s, does not have a place in today's society. Close minded and dismissive.
stereotyping vs real life

as i am not over 50 i guess i dont fit into that group then, cheers
#35
brilly
pearcec01
brilly
pearcec01
brilly
anouj
red23
Joking aside my comments were more out of frustration at my student years.
"Skint" students have no idea how to spend their money and when you try save them cash, do not care.
"Halfs on a dominos m8? cool thats £30 then"
As a student I think your comment is patronising and smacks of stereotyping.
well as they are talking from experience and i can back it up from experience, yeah students are a pretty stupid lot in terms of eating sensibly.
why is it patronising and stereotyping to speak from experience?
From my experience people over 50 are close minded and dismissive, hence all people over 50 are.
Why is it patronising and stereotyping to speak from experience?
is that from your experience of being over 50? living through it and your experience life amongst your >50yo peers?
or just the random ravings of an upset student?
how many people have you ever met that said 'ah i was so sensible as a student. odd how i become more stupid as i age'?
people are young, they make duff decisions, they grow up... its life
not everyone is the same but get real
Hello good sir, my point was merely; making huge sweeping statements about entire demographics is close minded, and although it may have been acceptable in the 1950s, does not have a place in today's society. Close minded and dismissive.
stereotyping vs real life
as i am not over 50 i guess i dont fit into that group then, cheers

Why'd you get so TRIGGERED then?
#36
Not a bad pizza, thanks
#37
pearcec01
brilly
pearcec01
brilly
pearcec01
brilly
anouj
red23
Joking aside my comments were more out of frustration at my student years.
"Skint" students have no idea how to spend their money and when you try save them cash, do not care.
"Halfs on a dominos m8? cool thats £30 then"
As a student I think your comment is patronising and smacks of stereotyping.
well as they are talking from experience and i can back it up from experience, yeah students are a pretty stupid lot in terms of eating sensibly.
why is it patronising and stereotyping to speak from experience?
From my experience people over 50 are close minded and dismissive, hence all people over 50 are.
Why is it patronising and stereotyping to speak from experience?
is that from your experience of being over 50? living through it and your experience life amongst your >50yo peers?
or just the random ravings of an upset student?
how many people have you ever met that said 'ah i was so sensible as a student. odd how i become more stupid as i age'?
people are young, they make duff decisions, they grow up... its life
not everyone is the same but get real
Hello good sir, my point was merely; making huge sweeping statements about entire demographics is close minded, and although it may have been acceptable in the 1950s, does not have a place in today's society. Close minded and dismissive.
stereotyping vs real life
as i am not over 50 i guess i dont fit into that group then, cheers
Why'd you get so TRIGGERED then?
erm.. innit?
#38
Their fresh ones they do up in store are pretty good, cheap too.
#39
Not bad for £1.85, esp as its not one of the frozen ones
#40
pearcec01
ryouga
anouj
red23
Joking aside my comments were more out of frustration at my student years.
"Skint" students have no idea how to spend their money and when you try save them cash, do not care.
"Halfs on a dominos m8? cool thats £30 then"
As a student I think your comment is patronising and smacks of stereotyping.
I can't tell if thats a joke or serious myself but it was the sort of common thing I noticed for students not saying all were like that but it was more a case many were young and naive and didn't care about debt, the amount of occasions where someone would say they were skint so open a new student account or student credit card, it always sticks in my mind 2 occasions within weeks where students told me they were skint one after spending £200-£300 on a pair of jeans, living 10 minutes walk from city centre club and it being warm time of year telling me they had £100-£200 to last 3 days to a week, both times in catered accomodation, their logic being drinks in club taxis both ways, take out on way home would cost around £100 (which didn't make sense with £1 drinks)
And it was common for people to get taxi to class which was less than 5 minutes walk, have latest gadgets, wear expensive clothes etc put it this way my college had a Costa on campus and across road was university with Starbucks, one of the students went and I quote after drinking one "uggh this is horrible, lets go to Starbucks for a real coffee"
Friend had a flatmate who ate Dominoes pizza every day, another who only ate things like steak every day, I have had ones that only ate butchers meat (inc steak) went to salons for hair cuts, went on weekend clubbing trips, had top of range gadgets even exercise equipment, and thats not individual, had flatmates who ticked all those boxes and one who got £1200 a month from parents as spending money and they sent her top range iphone and not even for her birthday, and she always acted like she was skint, and how she had to fight to get where she was in life.
Introduction was well thought out and concise. Main body lacked substance, whilst some points well backed up with anecdotes. Conclusion was somewhat lacking, however, it was a good read overall. Absence of academic references and inconsistent referencing style. 67%

Im autistic, whats your excuse for being a miserable sod?

Anecdotes, is that what you call experience these days, and experience of other people, and of course since I spent 7 years in education I would have a lot of flatmate experience and live in multiple places, and I moved every time I got restless so wasn't stuck to one place.

It didn't matter if it was halls of residence, private lets, university run housing it was all the same.

And I am in my early 30s by the way and currently going back to education after summer and have done training courses at college in last 8 years too so its not me being old.

Are you telling me my 27 year old friend doesnt know what he talked about who spent 5 years at university and only graduated 2 years ago when he has the same experiences as me? Its not limited to students though it seems more a young and thinking invincible mentality and deal with it when older.

That my family friends children say the same things and want to move out of their univeristy education but can't so 18-21 year olds saying the same too.

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