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Sainsbury's Thin & Crispy Pizzas All Varieties Now 90p Instore & Online

£0.90 @ Sainsbury's
Margherita, Vegetable, Pepperoni, Hawaiian, Sweet Chilli Chicken. Read More
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Margherita,
Vegetable,
Pepperoni,
Hawaiian,
Sweet Chilli Chicken.
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1 Like #1
these are actually really nice pizzas!!!!
#2
Very nice Pizza.
#3
I guess it's frozen.... :{
#4
singhisking68
I guess it's frozen.... :{


yes
7 Likes #5
The sweet chili chicken one is brilliant! We need more of this realistic pricing. This is what a frozen pizza SHOULD cost, not £3-4!
#6
The sweet chili chicken one is brilliant! We need more of this realistic pricing. This is what a frozen pizza SHOULD cost, not £3-4!
1 Like #7
The sweet chili chicken one is brilliant! We need more of this realistic pricing. This is what a frozen pizza SHOULD cost, not £3-4!
#8
And prices on everything elae have gone up. I used to love Sainsburys. Not anymore.
#9
Aren't thin and crispy pizza's this price all the time in Aldi's??
5 Likes #10
At last,leaving the EU is paying off
suspended#11
DealJourno
And prices on everything elae have gone up. I used to love Sainsburys. Not anymore.


The four places I shop are Iceland Tesco Asda and Sainsburys. If i have to rate them then for me Iceland is the cheapest then Asda is second Tesco is Third and Sainsburys is Fourth that's my opinion I'm not including Aldi, Morrisons and Lidl because I don't have these near me.

What do other HUKD have to say
#12
argosextra
DealJourno
And prices on everything elae have gone up. I used to love Sainsburys. Not anymore.
The four places I shop are Iceland Tesco Asda and Sainsburys. If i have to rate them then for me Iceland is the cheapest then Asda is second Tesco is Third and Sainsburys is Fourth that's my opinion I'm not including Aldi, Morrisons and Lidl because I don't have these near me.
What do other HUKD have to say

You don't want to buy cheapest every time. The cheap item will have less ingredients and more sugar. They are not in business to sell you cheap but to make money. I buy from everywhere but keeping in my quality in mind all the time and not the price.

Edited By: rajd76 on Sep 07, 2016 16:41
#13
hot
#14
Frozen pizzas never seem as good as fresh to me. Asda or Morrisons are the best IMHO but you still have to heavily customise them when you get home. :)
#15
rajd76

You don't want to buy cheapest every time. The cheap item will have less ingredients and more sugar. ...

Personal opinion or can you back that up?
#16
GazmoX
rajd76

You don't want to buy cheapest every time. The cheap item will have less ingredients and more sugar. ...

Personal opinion or can you back that up?


Best example for something like this is the humble sausage (not sugar content) but in bulking agents cheap=less meat content
4 Likes #17
PrivateCraigy
At last,leaving the EU is paying off
http://m.quickmeme.com/img/95/95691081cccce48ea458e0adfd1aba8790d56ee8b1996c96f6a1884779800548.jpg
#18
These are still £1 in the Sainaburys in Earls Court
suspended#19
rajd76
argosextra
DealJourno
And prices on everything elae have gone up. I used to love Sainsburys. Not anymore.
The four places I shop are Iceland Tesco Asda and Sainsburys. If i have to rate them then for me Iceland is the cheapest then Asda is second Tesco is Third and Sainsburys is Fourth that's my opinion I'm not including Aldi, Morrisons and Lidl because I don't have these near me.
What do other HUKD have to say

You don't want to buy cheapest every time. The cheap item will have less ingredients and more sugar. They are not in business to sell you cheap but to make money. I buy from everywhere but keeping in my quality in mind all the time and not the price.


I'm not talking about cheap stuff I was comparing prices the products are cheaper for Example Grapes 400g is £1.50 in Iceland but would be £2.00 in other stores
1 Like #20
argosextra
rajd76
argosextra
DealJourno
And prices on everything elae have gone up. I used to love Sainsburys. Not anymore.
The four places I shop are Iceland Tesco Asda and Sainsburys. If i have to rate them then for me Iceland is the cheapest then Asda is second Tesco is Third and Sainsburys is Fourth that's my opinion I'm not including Aldi, Morrisons and Lidl because I don't have these near me.
What do other HUKD have to say

You don't want to buy cheapest every time. The cheap item will have less ingredients and more sugar. They are not in business to sell you cheap but to make money. I buy from everywhere but keeping in my quality in mind all the time and not the price.


I'm not talking about cheap stuff I was comparing prices the products are cheaper for Example Grapes 400g is £1.50 in Iceland but would be £2.00 in other stores


£1.50 for 500g in Sainsbury's.
#21
the Hawaiian one tastes like the cardboard box it comes in
1 Like #22
Canary0500
argosextra
rajd76
argosextra
DealJourno
And prices on everything elae have gone up. I used to love Sainsburys. Not anymore.
The four places I shop are Iceland Tesco Asda and Sainsburys. If i have to rate them then for me Iceland is the cheapest then Asda is second Tesco is Third and Sainsburys is Fourth that's my opinion I'm not including Aldi, Morrisons and Lidl because I don't have these near me.
What do other HUKD have to say

You don't want to buy cheapest every time. The cheap item will have less ingredients and more sugar. They are not in business to sell you cheap but to make money. I buy from everywhere but keeping in my quality in mind all the time and not the price.


I'm not talking about cheap stuff I was comparing prices the products are cheaper for Example Grapes 400g is £1.50 in Iceland but would be £2.00 in other stores


£1.50 for 500g in Sainsbury's.


£1.50 in marks and Spencer's
#23
Timmylad1975
Aren't thin and crispy pizza's this price all the time in Aldi's??

are they? (genuine question)
#24
Are these frozen or fridge pizzas?
suspended#25
Canary0500
argosextra
rajd76
argosextra
DealJourno
And prices on everything elae have gone up. I used to love Sainsburys. Not anymore.
The four places I shop are Iceland Tesco Asda and Sainsburys. If i have to rate them then for me Iceland is the cheapest then Asda is second Tesco is Third and Sainsburys is Fourth that's my opinion I'm not including Aldi, Morrisons and Lidl because I don't have these near me.
What do other HUKD have to say

You don't want to buy cheapest every time. The cheap item will have less ingredients and more sugar. They are not in business to sell you cheap but to make money. I buy from everywhere but keeping in my quality in mind all the time and not the price.


I'm not talking about cheap stuff I was comparing prices the products are cheaper for Example Grapes 400g is £1.50 in Iceland but would be £2.00 in other stores


£1.50 for 500g in Sainsbury's.


£1.00 in Iceland I got the other day not £1.50
#26
This does not make up for the terrible meal deals!
#27
I don't mind the sweet chilli one. It's tastes no worse/better than pizzas costing four times the price. For 90p they're a decent deal; and far more in line with what a bit of bread, puree, cheese and so on should cost.
1 Like #28
seanjames
the Hawaiian one tastes like the cardboard box it comes in

Really? Your not supposed to eat the box you know.
1 Like #29
eklynne
The sweet chili chicken one is brilliant! We need more of this realistic pricing. This is what a frozen pizza SHOULD cost, not £3-4!
eklynne
The sweet chili chicken one is brilliant! We need more of this realistic pricing. This is what a frozen pizza SHOULD cost, not £3-4!
eklynne
The sweet chili chicken one is brilliant! We need more of this realistic pricing. This is what a frozen pizza SHOULD cost, not £3-4!
Just to confirm are you saying frozen pizzas should or shouldn't cost £3-4?
#30
I can vouch for the thin and crispy vegetable one, very nice pizza.
#31
im there... later cheers.
#32
The spinach on the vegetable one made it taste delicious. Grabbed that and the margherita a few days back. Also got their 2 pack of vegetable pies, not bad.
#33
Hot - my favourite frozen pizza, excellent quality, now even better value, if you've not tried them you'll be surprised at the quality.
#34
DealJourno
These are still £1 in the Sainaburys in Earls Court
Yeah, in mine too but that's because it's a convenience store, Sainsburys Local are convenience stores so some prices are a bit higher than at normal Sainsburys supermarkets.
#35
drummerdickens
eklynne
The sweet chili chicken one is brilliant! We need more of this realistic pricing. This is what a frozen pizza SHOULD cost, not £3-4!
eklynne
The sweet chili chicken one is brilliant! We need more of this realistic pricing. This is what a frozen pizza SHOULD cost, not £3-4!
eklynne
The sweet chili chicken one is brilliant! We need more of this realistic pricing. This is what a frozen pizza SHOULD cost, not £3-4!
Just to confirm are you saying frozen pizzas should or shouldn't cost £3-4?


God, you don't get out much do you?
#36
The vegetable one is delicious & well worth the money! :)

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