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30% off bill - Pizza Express
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30% off bill - Pizza Express

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Posted 15th Jan

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If you're anything like me and LOVE pizza this is a cracking deal. 30% off the total bill inc. food and drink at Pizza Express. Follow the link, find your nearest one and select. It will then take you to the page which shows the 30% off deal.
Enjoy!

** Valid all day Sunday - Thursday from Sunday 5 to Thursday 30 January 2020 inclusive. Not valid with any other promotional Offers or Rewards, excluding 2020 Treat offer. **
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I went here my first time the other day and for 15 quid the pizza sucked. actually forget the price it sucked in general. It was so thin like a flatbread base. anyway my question being does anyone go there know are all the pizza options like that or was it just mine
It’s quite poor in my opinion plus it’s halal. If you want to avoid halal perhaps order vegetarian or preferably avoid the chain.
Edited by: "daniellndn" 15th Jan
daniellndn15/01/2020 07:58

It’s quite poor in my opinion plus it’s halal. If you want to avoid halal …It’s quite poor in my opinion plus it’s halal. If you want to avoid halal perhaps order vegetarian or preferably avoid the chain.


I visited the Wakefield branch a few months back, me and my partner had a £11.50 pizza each. The quality was so poor we both agreed the £1 pizzas from Asda/Aldi were superior interms of actually being cooked, flavourful, more topping, plus the staff were very rude. Vowed never to go back to Pizza Express.
jasmith8515/01/2020 08:14

I visited the Wakefield branch a few months back, me and my partner had a …I visited the Wakefield branch a few months back, me and my partner had a £11.50 pizza each. The quality was so poor we both agreed the £1 pizzas from Asda/Aldi were superior interms of actually being cooked, flavourful, more topping, plus the staff were very rude. Vowed never to go back to Pizza Express.


It’s the constant promotions that annoy me. I’m sure the restaurants would do better if they just charged a fair price. High menu price to offer constant promos seems quite frustrating from a customer perspective
They are ok but definitely overpriced. They have to offer promotions to get people in. I only go when there is a deal on, and even then I have chicken salad because the pizza is nothing special. The pizza in the cafe at Costco is much better. It's a nice atmosphere in PE but it hasn't been good value for years.

Lots of deals around at the moment - check out Frankie and Benny's, Bella Pasta, and Chiquitos, who are all offering up to 40/50% off, or cheap tacos on Tues and Thurs. Everybody is reigning it in after eating and spending too much over Christmas so they are trying to tempt you in.
Edited by: "aurora" 15th Jan
The Calabrese pizza is lovely, as is the Gino D'Acampo Iceland meat pizza, also with calabrese on.

One is over £15, one is £3.... ha.
daniellndn15/01/2020 08:25

It’s the constant promotions that annoy me. I’m sure the restaurants would …It’s the constant promotions that annoy me. I’m sure the restaurants would do better if they just charged a fair price. High menu price to offer constant promos seems quite frustrating from a customer perspective


Doesn’t annoy me Went a couple of days ago and got a calabrese, a romana fiorentina, 2 picolini kids menus, 1 litre san pellegrino water and a bottle of prosecco for £16.35!
At least this promo includes the drinks. It's their high drinks prices which meant we only ever went there when we had Tesco Clubcard vouchers to use up. Usually we would use a Wetherspoon establishment instead.
Probably sacrilege to say, but their salads are really nice! We only ever go on the 2 meals for £10 O2 deal though (thanks work phone!)
daniellndn15/01/2020 07:58

It’s quite poor in my opinion plus it’s halal. If you want to avoid halal …It’s quite poor in my opinion plus it’s halal. If you want to avoid halal perhaps order vegetarian or preferably avoid the chain.


Why would you specifically want to avoid halal?
Panthera15/01/2020 16:47

Why would you specifically want to avoid halal?


Not allowed to be stunned before slaughter for proper halal. Turns out it's only the chicken that's halal so the pork is still pork.
Niz15/01/2020 17:16

Not allowed to be stunned before slaughter for proper halal. Turns out …Not allowed to be stunned before slaughter for proper halal. Turns out it's only the chicken that's halal so the pork is still pork.


I don’t know why you’d want to keep the blood in an animal when you eat it but that’s up to you I guess.

I also assume you’re consistent and only buy free range eggs and from farms where animals are proven to be killed ethically? I also assume you are against throwing lobsters into boiling water?

Anyway, at the risk of derailing this thread I guess we had better leave these questions unanswered. It just seems that only a peculiar type of person would want to specifically avoid halal.
Madchester15/01/2020 10:02

Doesn’t annoy me Went a couple of days ago and got a calabrese, a r …Doesn’t annoy me Went a couple of days ago and got a calabrese, a romana fiorentina, 2 picolini kids menus, 1 litre san pellegrino water and a bottle of prosecco for £16.35!


How did u manage that?
Panthera15/01/2020 17:18

I don’t know why you’d want to keep the blood in an animal when you eat it …I don’t know why you’d want to keep the blood in an animal when you eat it but that’s up to you I guess.I also assume you’re consistent and only buy free range eggs and from farms where animals are proven to be killed ethically? I also assume you are against throwing lobsters into boiling water?Anyway, at the risk of derailing this thread I guess we had better leave these questions unanswered. It just seems that only a peculiar type of person would want to specifically avoid halal.


I like how you avoided the point I made, the lack of stunning before slaughter is the issue, and therefore letting the blood drain out before the chicken is dead, I eat both halal and non halal chicken they taste the same the non halal doesnt have blood in it, I am not the person that said it, also I dont care how they are killed I just understand the point.
Panthera15/01/2020 16:47

Why would you specifically want to avoid halal?


Why would you specifically ask this question? Are you cooking me dinner?
Edited by: "daniellndn" 15th Jan
Panthera15/01/2020 17:18

I don’t know why you’d want to keep the blood in an animal when you eat it …I don’t know why you’d want to keep the blood in an animal when you eat it but that’s up to you I guess.I also assume you’re consistent and only buy free range eggs and from farms where animals are proven to be killed ethically? I also assume you are against throwing lobsters into boiling water?Anyway, at the risk of derailing this thread I guess we had better leave these questions unanswered. It just seems that only a peculiar type of person would want to specifically avoid halal.


Would you like black pudding on top of your waffle or on the side?
Promotion also available in Woking Pizza Express, by Royal Appointment
I've worked at this company before and wouldn't recommend dining there. Food is overpriced, ingredients aren't fresh & they do skimp out on toppings. If you can, go to Prezzos where you can get a voucher for two people for a 3 course meal! FYI, I don't work for prezzos, just like their food and experience!
Pizza Express is the DFS of restaurants... they always, invariably have a sale or special offer on. It's a joke.
Panthera15/01/2020 17:18

I don’t know why you’d want to keep the blood in an animal when you eat it …I don’t know why you’d want to keep the blood in an animal when you eat it but that’s up to you I guess.I also assume you’re consistent and only buy free range eggs and from farms where animals are proven to be killed ethically? I also assume you are against throwing lobsters into boiling water?Anyway, at the risk of derailing this thread I guess we had better leave these questions unanswered. It just seems that only a peculiar type of person would want to specifically avoid halal.


FYI blood is drained whether the meat is halal or not.
sab15/01/2020 17:39

How did u manage that?


2 x complimentary mains + free bottle of Prosecco for birthday (codes stack).
Terms & condition describes- it’s for dine in & collection . But not for , click & collect / delivery.

However, Bournemouth square branch manager & staff insisted discount is for dine in only . Refused for collection ( not click & collection) . After showing T&C , manager said - she will do it favour this time ,but not next time .
Was fluster bcoz I was treated like a cheater . :/
Edited by: "HninW" 20th Jan
Aldis stonebaked sweet chilli chicken or Chicago town takeaway pizza from supermarket are much tastier and cheaper

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