2 Large Pizzas for £15 @ Dominos (DELIVERY)
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2 Large Pizzas for £15 @ Dominos (DELIVERY)

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Found 27th Feb 2015
1. Cick on Half and Half, Create your Own (Max of 4 toppings)
2. Do the same for the 2nd pizza (Max of 4 toppings)
3. It will also select you for the 2nd pizza for an extra £3. But comes up as £15 for me.

Here's a screenshot.

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As you can see it's clearly glitched.

P.S No This is just a random order and not one I ordered (I ordered one earleir and it came to this price and i got the toppings I wanted too)

Stuffed crusts can be added for no extra cost.
- Zico

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Comes up at £19.48 for me, the special offer it selects automatically is buy one, get 2nd half price.

Doesn't work for me

Just use the code "whispers" for 50% off

Works for me thanks! Had to manually press apply deal wizard and then it selected the buy one get second for 3 pounds. The first pizza alone was 18 pounds but paid 15.99 for both.

or buy 2 large fresh pizzas from asda for £4, cold from me

Taste like greasy carpet. Can't distinguish between meats, or what they call 'meats' that is. Costs them around £1 to make per pizza and what you get is distinctly average anyway.

Much better to spend £7.50 per pizza down the local pizzeria. Domino's sucks.

mwoody1

or buy 2 large fresh pizzas from asda for £4, cold from me


Nearest Asda 8 miles away, 18 minutes travel time.
About £3 in fuel to get them. Also, about an hour's time in total taken, I'd say.

If I instead worked for that hour and ordered Dominos, I'd be better off. Even on NMW, there's not a big difference.

And of course that's presuming I'm not drunk, say - in which case we'd be talking public transport or a taxi.

Also, I prefer Dominos.
Can make shop ones ok by adding extra stuff, but end up spending a fair bit anyway.

I've always wondered are the cheese on these pizzas real?

local takeaways are usually much better and cheaper

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delboyd

Taste like greasy carpet. Can't distinguish between meats, or what they … Taste like greasy carpet. Can't distinguish between meats, or what they call 'meats' that is. Costs them around £1 to make per pizza and what you get is distinctly average anyway. Much better to spend £7.50 per pizza down the local pizzeria. Domino's sucks.



Your dislike of Dominoes has got nothing to do with this post.
It's for people who do.

Don't get me started

Ordered 6 pizzas and extras for a gaming night last weekend

Ordered online so no chance of miscommunication on the phone

Took us over an hour and 3 different delivery drivers to get an order that was almost right. But by then we'd just resigned ourselves to eating anything

Worst service I've experienced in a while in any sector

They weren't even that apologetic on the phone

No refund. Just bumped one pizza from personal to small or whatever

If you're thinking far enough ahead to use this offer, why not just buy pizzas ready made at the supermarket and put them in the oven.
After all, why would you want to line the pockets of company owner Tom Monaghan? Monaghan doesn't go out of his way to hide his financial support of pro-life groups such as Operation Rescue and Right to Life, or right-wing fundamentalist causes such as Word of God. He is also open about his involvement with the Committee to End State-Funded Abortions in Michigan.
Edited by: "Baldieman64" 28th Feb 2015

delboyd

Costs them around £1 to make per pizza and what you get is distinctly … Costs them around £1 to make per pizza and what you get is distinctly average anyway.


Citation, please.

At national minimum wage, before all other costs (NI, rent, lighting, licensing, fuel, insurance, ingredients), £1 gets you just over 9 minutes time.
So if a total of 9 minutes time is taken for your pizza, that's £1 before a whole host of other costs.


Baldieman64

If you're thinking far enough ahead to use this offer, why not just buy … If you're thinking far enough ahead to use this offer, why not just buy pizzas ready made at the supermarket and put them in the oven.After all, why would you want to line the pockets of company owner Tom Monaghan? Monaghan doesn't go out of his way to hide his financial support of pro-life groups such as Operation Rescue and Right to Life, or right-wing fundamentalist causes such as Word of God. He is also open about his involvement with the Committee to End State-Funded Abortions in Michigan.




That's why the deal is hot, we love him.

_g_

Citation, please.At national minimum wage, before all other costs (NI, … Citation, please.At national minimum wage, before all other costs (NI, rent, lighting, licensing, fuel, insurance, ingredients), £1 gets you just over 9 minutes time.So if a total of 9 minutes time is taken for your pizza, that's £1 before a whole host of other costs.



Damn sorry, forgot we had lawyers around.

£1 in wholesale ingredients*

Came to £33.58. Cold.

Banned

_g_

Nearest Asda 8 miles away, 18 minutes travel time.About £3 in fuel to get … Nearest Asda 8 miles away, 18 minutes travel time.About £3 in fuel to get them. Also, about an hour's time in total taken, I'd say.If I instead worked for that hour and ordered Dominos, I'd be better off. Even on NMW, there's not a big difference.And of course that's presuming I'm not drunk, say - in which case we'd be talking public transport or a taxi.Also, I prefer Dominos.Can make shop ones ok by adding extra stuff, but end up spending a fair bit anyway.



You think about things too much.

My local dominos have collection special of bogof and if u do create your own it doesn't charge for the toppings making it £12.99 for 2 large pizzas with 4 toppings

I've often been told I think about things too much.

I like to think* that knowing the value of some flour bought by the tonne compared to a tasty pizza brought to my front door is useful!

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Banned

_g_

I've often been told I think about things too much.I like to think* that … I've often been told I think about things too much.I like to think* that knowing the value of some flour bought by the tonne compared to a tasty pizza brought to my front door is useful!*



I dunno man, you were going on about some epic round trip to the supermarket earlier compared to the ease of ordering a Dominos.

Maybe you should devote some of your thinking time to something called "planning ahead"

It's alright, I've already devoted a little thinking time into "why people get takeaways", which makes that a moot point ;).

(As does that for me personally it's very rare I'll get a takeaway - plenty of other stuff I'd prefer to spend my money on.)

Nothing wrong with getting a take away, they serve there purpose. Personally I like the Chicago Town ones popped into the oven at quarter the price, but mainly make my own even better ones at a cheaper price again.

Baldieman64

If you're thinking far enough ahead to use this offer, why not just buy … If you're thinking far enough ahead to use this offer, why not just buy pizzas ready made at the supermarket and put them in the oven.After all, why would you want to line the pockets of company owner Tom Monaghan? Monaghan doesn't go out of his way to hide his financial support of pro-life groups such as Operation Rescue and Right to Life, or right-wing fundamentalist causes such as Word of God. He is also open about his involvement with the Committee to End State-Funded Abortions in Michigan.




People just want pizza mate.

bramski

People just want pizza mate.


No worries. Next time the Rana Plaza factory in Dhaka, Bangladesh ships over some cheap clothes, I'll be sure to give you the nod.

Not really a deal they make the pizza's for less than 50p each...

I can get 2 pizzas from the local Italian Pizza shop for less than £15 anytime of the year so wheres the deal?

Itsabargain69

I've always wondered are the cheese on these pizzas real?



No they use a cheese substitute called Jheese, it made from dust and wood shavings then they add flavoring and the yellow colour.

Itsabargain69

I've always wondered are the cheese on these pizzas real?


Nope, they are imaginary.

cruisecars

Not really a deal they make the pizza's for less than 50p each...


Really? Better vote cold on every other deal on here then because those products were all made for a fraction of the price.

Baldieman64

No worries. Next time the Rana Plaza factory in Dhaka, Bangladesh ships … No worries. Next time the Rana Plaza factory in Dhaka, Bangladesh ships over some cheap clothes, I'll be sure to give you the nod.




Next time there's a special deal on Social Justice Warrior costumes I'll do the same.

Like the voucher code it's probably localised. Doesn't work in Cardiff. Total after 50% off second pizza is £27.28. That suggest even the prices are localised not national.

Voted hot for the deal and Ignore for some of the posters

Dominos are really poor quality and way overpriced. Stopped buying from them a long time ago. Imagine a company that charges you full whack for a few potato wedges (and I mean 'a few') that they purchased from Aldi for 59p ?

My local pizza place is cheaper than this all the time, doesn't limit the toppings to four and tastes way better than Domino's cardboard pizzas (which aren't much better than supermarket pizzas). They also deliver within three miles for free.

Yes, this is just my experience, but people who live in reasonably busy towns and cities should check their independent pizza places and they may well find much better deals than this.

Banned

Hurrah, a thread in which dull people can spout their irrelevant opinions on a pizza, as opposed to whether or not the deal itself saves money. Ends of bells...

disclaimer: I like Dominos :-)

Our branch always has a bogof on collection, so I just use this. It has the added bonus that it's always steaming hoy when I eat it too :-) Worth asking the store what deals they have as they come and go quite often.

As everyone else is moaning, and to avoid letting the side down, I'd like to point out that Dominos pizzas don't even come with pedals. Rubbish!

bramski

Next time there's a special deal on Social Justice Warrior costumes I'll … Next time there's a special deal on Social Justice Warrior costumes I'll do the same.



Since when was fighting for justice frowned upon?

mwoody1

or buy 2 large fresh pizzas from asda for £4, cold from me



Ha-ha.
Or buy a cardboard box and eat that.
Absolutely awful pizzas'-Dominos are slightly better and this is a good deal for their normally overpriced products.
Still laughing at you considering eating cardboard...............
Edited by: "andybrock" 28th Feb 2015

herrbz

Since when was fighting for justice frowned upon?


Apparently since people decided they'd rather be offended by the sad truth than be bothered to look for that crusty, old thing somewhere inside them called humanity.

People will argue that this was the wrong forum to express Baldieman64's views, but I want to say thanks because I wasn't aware of Tom Monaghan's stance on certain issues, so you at least made some small difference.

That being said, upon further research, Tom Monaghan sold the company off to Bain Capital in 1998, so we're seemingly only lining the pockets of CEO J. Patrick Doyle these days.
Edited by: "tamaru" 28th Feb 2015

Im not voting either way, Pizza is my favourite treat food and Dominos is a rip off. If you want the best pizza at the best value, get yourself down to Asda and buy yourself a build your own. £3.50 for a 14 inch with 4 toppings of your choice, ask for half and half and you get 8 for the same price. Theyre outstanding and beat Domino's/Pizza hut hands down in ny opinion.
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