16" Pizza's £5 Made Fresh In Store + Loads More Amazing Deals - Asda
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16" Pizza's £5 Made Fresh In Store + Loads More Amazing Deals - Asda

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Found 15th Oct 2015
Asda Superstores across the country have express diners full of incredible deals including a large selection of 16" pizzas made fresh to order for only a fiver! Considering a pizza of this size and quality would cost £15+ from Domino's or Papa Johns i would highly recommend checking this offer out! (Incredibly tasty) !!

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nitro228

Just go to Costco. Massive pizza, must be over 20 inches cooked and boxed … Just go to Costco. Massive pizza, must be over 20 inches cooked and boxed for £8. Why go anywhere else?!



I think Costco's pizzas are 18".

Some maths:

An ASDA 16" pizza is approx 200 squared inches of pizza for £5. Thus, each penny gets you 0.4 squared inches of pizza.

Costco 18" pizza is approx 250 squared inches of pizza for £8. Thus, each penny gets you 0.3125 squared inches of pizza.

Even if the Costco pizzas were 20 inch, the ASDA ones would still be better value. Add to that no membership fees, more stores etc.
Edited by: "karlie88" 15th Oct 2015
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the pizzas are very tasty and amazing value for money.

does anyone know if you can call in in advance and then collect?
keloid

the pizzas are very tasty and amazing value for money.does anyone know if … the pizzas are very tasty and amazing value for money.does anyone know if you can call in in advance and then collect?



​ask if they do delivery aswell oO .......haha
So are they cooking them instore or do you do it yourself at home?
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keloid

the pizzas are very tasty and amazing value for money.does anyone know if … the pizzas are very tasty and amazing value for money.does anyone know if you can call in in advance and then collect?


You could maybe ring up in advance, but i placed the order and within 6 minutes my pizza was cooked, boxed up and ready to go!
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rporteo

So are they cooking them instore or do you do it yourself at home?


The Pizza's are made and cooked fresh for you in store
Just done a quick google, looks like they are updating all the customer cafes to these diners with a new menu, I can see them getting flipping busy with the pizzas alone!!
Are these different to their usual types of pizza? Is it takeaway style or supermarket style?
Noticed a sign in the Coventry walsgrave store a few weeks ago saying you could pre order your pizza online for store collection. Pizza.asda.com

seems a good idea since the pizza counters are always so busy!
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hotmep

Are these different to their usual types of pizza? Is it takeaway style … Are these different to their usual types of pizza? Is it takeaway style or supermarket style?


Takeaway style! Today i had an American sizzler which had beef, chicken, pepperoni and jalapeno's. Almost as good as domino's in my opinion
Whose pizza?
will check out bootle strand asda soon, I like the costco cooked pizza 18" just under £8. will se how they compare dear.
Finally, some reason for Dominos to have more realistic prices then. I bet they aren't happy about this!
Our Asda superstore has freshly made Pizza but not cooked.
Voted hot! I love Asdas pizzas as I normally got their make your own which were tasty. However this is a brilliant idea on Asdas part, Thanks OP.
Only available in 3 locations nationwide. 2 in Coventry.
Sid Harper

Whose pizza?



​Not just me then
spinks

Only available in 3 locations nationwide. 2 in Coventry.


Is that a huge sigh of relief I hear in Domino's HQ?
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spinks

Only available in 3 locations nationwide. 2 in Coventry.


They are coming to all superstores i believe, and turning some cafe's into express diners.
spinks

Only available in 3 locations nationwide. 2 in Coventry.



Well Birmingham (more canals than Venice) is just up the road.
Just go to Costco. Massive pizza, must be over 20 inches cooked and boxed for £8. Why go anywhere else?!
I just checked for my local one, it lists a pizza counter, café and "Takeaway Hot Pizza". So this must be going nationwide. In which case I'll give it some heat.
Argh this is another thread with the over-use of the word 'fresh'. One cannot simple cook a pizza, they have to cook a fresh pizza.
nitro228

Just go to Costco. Massive pizza, must be over 20 inches cooked and boxed … Just go to Costco. Massive pizza, must be over 20 inches cooked and boxed for £8. Why go anywhere else?!



been meaning to give that a go will do next time.
nitro228

Just go to Costco. Massive pizza, must be over 20 inches cooked and boxed … Just go to Costco. Massive pizza, must be over 20 inches cooked and boxed for £8. Why go anywhere else?!



​They're 18" very good though
nitro228

Just go to Costco. Massive pizza, must be over 20 inches cooked and boxed … Just go to Costco. Massive pizza, must be over 20 inches cooked and boxed for £8. Why go anywhere else?!



I think Costco's pizzas are 18".

Some maths:

An ASDA 16" pizza is approx 200 squared inches of pizza for £5. Thus, each penny gets you 0.4 squared inches of pizza.

Costco 18" pizza is approx 250 squared inches of pizza for £8. Thus, each penny gets you 0.3125 squared inches of pizza.

Even if the Costco pizzas were 20 inch, the ASDA ones would still be better value. Add to that no membership fees, more stores etc.
Edited by: "karlie88" 15th Oct 2015
Sainsburys do them too
Just make sure you aren't fussy about what your Pizza contains. It doesnt matter what type of Pizza you order at ASDA Thurmaston, they seem to be able to include random pieces of sweetcorn hidden under the cheese.
karlie88

I think Costco's pizzas are 18".Some maths:An ASDA 16" pizza is approx … I think Costco's pizzas are 18".Some maths:An ASDA 16" pizza is approx 800 squared inches of pizza for £5. Thus, each penny gets you 1.6 squared inches of pizza.Costco 18" pizza is approx 1000 squared inches of pizza for £8. Thus, each penny gets you 1.25 squared inches of pizza.Even if the Costco pizzas were 20 inch, the ASDA ones would still be better value. Add to that no membership fees, more stores etc.



​1000 square inches is a bloody big pizza
karlie88

I think Costco's pizzas are 18".Some maths:An ASDA 16" pizza is approx … I think Costco's pizzas are 18".Some maths:An ASDA 16" pizza is approx 800 squared inches of pizza for £5. Thus, each penny gets you 1.6 squared inches of pizza.Costco 18" pizza is approx 1000 squared inches of pizza for £8. Thus, each penny gets you 1.25 squared inches of pizza.Even if the Costco pizzas were 20 inch, the ASDA ones would still be better value. Add to that no membership fees, more stores etc.



Your maths is out by a factor of 4. But good try, and doesn't change your sentiment. Best to double check these things when trying to look clever.
I'd wager costco is better than the asda one, though I haven't tried it.
Also, though technically you need membership for costco, you don't need to show a card when buying hot food, and you can just walk in the exit towards the membership desk and carry on to the hot food counter. The perfect crime. This works in most branches.
Jinkz

Argh this is another thread with the over-use of the word 'fresh'. One … Argh this is another thread with the over-use of the word 'fresh'. One cannot simple cook a pizza, they have to cook a fresh pizza.


http://memeguy.com/photos/images/pizza-so-fresh-27352.jpg
Jinkz

Argh this is another thread with the over-use of the word 'fresh'. One … Argh this is another thread with the over-use of the word 'fresh'. One cannot simple cook a pizza, they have to cook a fresh pizza.



do you know what a frozen pizza is? can you see the difference between that and this 'fresh' one?
nitro228

Your maths is out by a factor of 4. But good try, and doesn't change your … Your maths is out by a factor of 4. But good try, and doesn't change your sentiment. Best to double check these things when trying to look clever.I'd wager costco is better than the asda one, though I haven't tried it.Also, though technically you need membership for costco, you don't need to show a card when buying hot food, and you can just walk in the exit towards the membership desk and carry on to the hot food counter. The perfect crime. This works in most branches.


Go for it. Give a CostCo Pizza a try. They are so tasty. Definitely worth the money.
chrisbass

do you know what a frozen pizza is? can you see the difference between … do you know what a frozen pizza is? can you see the difference between that and this 'fresh' one?


Can a frozen pizza not be fresh from the oven?
Jesus, I'll get reet fat if I can grab these at lunchtime!
chrisbass

do you know what a frozen pizza is? can you see the difference between … do you know what a frozen pizza is? can you see the difference between that and this 'fresh' one?



Are you sure the ingredients that make up these pizzas haven't been frozen? I'm willing to bet a number of them have, likely the bases, cheese and meat. Are the pizzas 'fresh', or are they 'freshly made'? 'Fresh' too often just means 'no longer frozen'.

The word 'fresh' is definitely very overused. Tesco describe having a 'fresh' fish counter. In truth, most of it has been frozen, defrosted either during the journey to store, or the previous night for stuff that's delivered frozen.
Edited by: "satchef1" 15th Oct 2015
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nitro228

Your maths is out by a factor of 4. But good try, and doesn't change your … Your maths is out by a factor of 4. But good try, and doesn't change your sentiment. Best to double check these things when trying to look clever.I'd wager costco is better than the asda one, though I haven't tried it.Also, though technically you need membership for costco, you don't need to show a card when buying hot food, and you can just walk in the exit towards the membership desk and carry on to the hot food counter. The perfect crime. This works in most branches.



I suggest you get your ruler out in costco next time or ask for one from the membership desk. They're 18 inch pizzas not 'over 20 inches'. On par with asda's I'd say.

2 inches can make all the difference, well that's what she said.
furiousjammin

Can a frozen pizza not be fresh from the oven?



yes, it can be fresh from the oven but it cannot be a fresh pizza.
The Asda pizza base is crap, Costco pizza base **** on it any day of the week.
These aren't just the ones instore cooked, they are more like costco ones. Pretty good, are they turning all cafes into these. The one in Wigan was selling hotdogs.

I;d definitely use this over the current cafe.
Thumbs up from me, great price and great pizza
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