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£10 Menu returns for 10 days only - Starter / Main / Wine @ Pizza Express
£10 Menu returns for 10 days only - Starter / Main / Wine @ Pizza Express

£10 Menu returns for 10 days only - Starter / Main / Wine @ Pizza Express

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From the 3rd - 12th November, Pizza Express are running their £10 classic favourites menu.
You get the choice of a starter, a main and a glass of wine (or soft drink) all for £10.

6 Comments

can you use the clubcard vouchers with this offer?

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larry hagman;6761897

can you use the clubcard vouchers with this offer?



Very unlikely, all Pizza Express offers I've seen are limited to one at a time

theboxdeluxe;6762509

Very unlikely, all Pizza Express offers I've seen are limited to one at a … Very unlikely, all Pizza Express offers I've seen are limited to one at a time



I am sure I have used them on an offer like this before. Going to try it tomorrow.

EDIT : I didn't realise you needed a voucher. When we used Tesco vouchers the deal was advertised in the restaurant. If you read the T&Cs on the voucher it specifically states "This voucher has no cash value and can only be redeemed once. It cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer, including Tesco restaurant tokens"

I'm sorry but Pizza Express is the biggest con of all food chains out there.

All of their pizza bases are thinner than a Fajita, they're stingy with toppings, and they don't do deep pan.

In fact the pizza is so thin that I had to mount 4 slices on top of each other to get any substance, and it still wasn't as thick as a normal slice.

I reckon the ingredients of their £10 pizza's cost under 50p. That's 2000% profit!

james4809;6763577

I'm sorry but Pizza Express is the biggest con of all food chains out … I'm sorry but Pizza Express is the biggest con of all food chains out there.All of their pizza bases are thinner than a Fajita, they're stingy with toppings, and they don't do deep pan.In fact the pizza is so thin that I had to mount 4 slices on top of each other to get any substance, and it still wasn't as thick as a normal slice.I reckon the ingredients of their £10 pizza's cost under 50p. That's 2000% profit!




Don't be sorry, just leave the rest of us to the deal. It's been fine when I have been.

I think it was Jasper Carrott who said something along the lines that pasta was just flour and water mixed together... and who else could get away with charging £10 for wall paper paste?

Didn't Pizza Express recently come out on top of a Which survey of resaurant pizza chains ? I'm sure I read that somewhere.

I've always thought that they were really nice pizzas myself. Good deal.
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