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Tesco Fresh Pizza - Half Price - Was £3.40 Now £1.70

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Tesco fresh pizzas have traditionally been terrible - including their Finest range. But this latest batch they're stocking are really good and they're half price at the moment. https://www.tesco.com… Read More
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1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago
Tesco fresh pizzas have traditionally been terrible - including their Finest range.

But this latest batch they're stocking are really good and they're half price at the moment.

https://www.tesco.com/groceries/product/search/default.aspx?searchBox=tesco+stonebaked&newSort=true&search=Search&N=4292140644

There's a variety of flavours at half price including Spicy Meats, Pepperoni and Chicken & Bacon.

Also some more "premium" flavours with a £1.40 reduction @ £2 including the fantastic Pulled Pork 'N' Pepper pizza that I've just demolished.

https://www.tesco.com/groceries/product/search/default.aspx?searchBox=tesco+american+pizza&newSort=true&search=Search
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#1
These are pretty nice for supermarket pizza, half price is even better
#2
Had these last night. Had the chicken one and the pepperoni one. Average at best but better than a lot of the other supermarket efforts.
2 Likes #3
I vote for the spinach & ricotta one. Pretty good for less than £2
1 Like #4
captainbeaky
I vote for the spinach & ricotta one. Pretty good for less than £2


It's not on their website but there's an incredible barbecue chicken, blue cheese and paprika one for £2. Very different from the norm!

https://img.tesco.com/Groceries/pi/798/5057008368798/IDShot_540x540.jpg
#5
Hmmmm Pizza
2 Likes #6
Asda create your own 2 for £4.50 can't be beaten imop
#7
Surprisingly good pizza.
#8
"Italian kitchen" should not sit next to "Spicy Meat Feast"
1 Like #9
marmaluke
"Italian kitchen" should not sit next to "Spicy Meat Feast"

It couldn't be any more Italian!

Man, I gotta get me some of dat gabagool! The spicier the bettah! Wit' a quarter pound of mutz? Are you kiddin' me?!

cheeky
1 Like #10
"Tesco fresh pizzas have traditionally been terrible - including their Finest range."

Not true at all, the finest range was fantastic imo, especially the Salsiccia Picante one.
#11
Voted cold as these pizzas are like cardboard.. yuk yuk yuk
#12
dfunked
"Tesco fresh pizzas have traditionally been terrible - including their Finest range."
Not true at all, the finest range was fantastic imo, especially the Salsiccia Picante one.

I'm always tempted when their Finest pizzas are on offer because the toppings look amazing on the shelf, but then I eat one and remember that they're super bland with a cardboardy base.
4 Likes #13
thekitkatshuffler
I'm always tempted when their Finest pizzas are on offer because the toppings look amazing on the shelf, but then I eat one and remember that they're super bland with a cardboardy base.

Your meant to remove that cardboard base before cooking.
#14
I got the spinach and ricotta one last time they were on offer, really disappointed, it was very bland and very basic quality.
#15
bonzobanana
thekitkatshuffler
I'm always tempted when their Finest pizzas are on offer because the toppings look amazing on the shelf, but then I eat one and remember that they're super bland with a cardboardy base.
Your meant to remove that cardboard base before cooking.
I wish it was cardboard, it's nearly always a round piece non-recyclable single use white polystyrene for the pizza base. Worse thing, is there is absolutely no need for it, as part of the packaging. Companies like Tesco should be responsible for this s*** all the way to landfill, then they wouldn't use it.

Does anyone really think a Pizza is "more premium" by having this white polystyrene crap as the base?



Edited By: tightar5e on Jul 16, 2017 12:18: .
#16
tightar5e
I wish it was cardboard, it's nearly always a round piece non-recyclable single use white polystyrene for the pizza base. Worse thing, is there is absolutely no need for it, as part of the packaging. Companies like Tesco should be responsible for this s*** all the way to landfill, then they wouldn't use it. Does anyone really think a Pizza is "more premium" by having this white polystyrene crap as the base?

Ever tried shrink wrapping something without a solid base ;) You'll find this stops the pizzas from curling up when they go through the heat shrink tunnel. I'd prefer cardboard personally as it is easier to get these on the oven shelf without worrying about melting them.
#17
tightar5e
I wish it was cardboard, it's nearly always a round piece non-recyclable single use white polystyrene for the pizza base. Worse thing, is there is absolutely no need for it, as part of the packaging. Companies like Tesco should be responsible for this s*** all the way to landfill, then they wouldn't use it. Does anyone really think a Pizza is "more premium" by having this white polystyrene crap as the base?


How about the consumer being responsible for choosing the products they buy?

What is the total (environmental and monetary) cost of a cardboard insert that does the same job, including the impacts from recycling? (Transport, chemicals and energy used in the process, transport to where it's going to be reused and so on.)
#18
Actually I find Tesco fresh pizzas better than Domino's.
#19
These pizzas are reduced in price via rotation with the other brands. If this one isn't cheap, one of the others are. Not a deal, just a cycle.
1 Like #20
Milev
Actually I find Tesco fresh pizzas better than Domino's.
You really should see a doctor as you clearly have no taste buds
#21
bo84gle
Asda create your own 2 for £4.50 can't be beaten imop
Are they really good? Thanks
#22
Badda bing baby!
#23
I had the giant meat feast ones a couple of weeks back, flipping excellent for a chiller cabinet pizza.
#24
These are lush
#25
thekitkatshuffler
captainbeaky
I vote for the spinach & ricotta one. Pretty good for less than £2
It's not on their website but there's an incredible barbecue chicken, blue cheese and paprika one for £2. Very different from the norm!https://img.tesco.com/Groceries/pi/798/5057008368798/IDShot_540x540.jpg

I really can't overstate how immense this is. The deep dish maple base is a lovely change and the blue cheese chicken topping is sublime.

£2 - Get on it!!
1 Like #26
thekitkatshuffler
thekitkatshuffler
captainbeaky
I vote for the spinach & ricotta one. Pretty good for less than £2
It's not on their website but there's an incredible barbecue chicken, blue cheese and paprika one for £2. Very different from the norm!https://img.tesco.com/Groceries/pi/798/5057008368798/IDShot_540x540.jpg
I really can't overstate how immense this is. The deep dish maple base is a lovely change and the blue cheese chicken topping is sublime.
£2 - Get on it!!

won't that mess up my jeans?

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