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# Any ind. 1/4m fiery pizza, free fiery chicken wings and one cold dessert £19.95 firezza

Posted 26th Sep
Firezza Fiery Meal. To celebrate our NEW Autumn menu we're offering any ind. 1/4m pizza, fiery chicken wings and one cold dessert to cool your taste buds for just £19.95! Limited period only.

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They've got about 5 branches! lol! good luck getting that delivered!
Wow, that has the most confusing, deceptive pricing system I've ever seen at any food place. They don't list the price of the pizza, they list the price of the pizza per half metre when buying the different sizes.

firezza.com/men…ry/

How many people look at that menu and think a small pizza is £11.47 and a large is £15.95 (it's actually £15.95 and £22.94 respectively)?

Also 1/4m is 10", smaller than a typical frozen pizza (that's even before you consider that a square pizza has less area than a circular one).
If I need a calculator for food I'll move on.
abigsmurf26/09/2019 08:05

Wow, that has the most confusing, deceptive pricing system I've ever seen …Wow, that has the most confusing, deceptive pricing system I've ever seen at any food place. They don't list the price of the pizza, they list the price of the pizza per half metre when buying the different sizes. https://www.firezza.com/menu-delivery/How many people look at that menu and think a small pizza is £11.47 and a large is £15.95 (it's actually £15.95 and £22.94 respectively)? Also 1/4m is 10", smaller than a typical frozen pizza (that's even before you consider that a square pizza has less area than a circular one).

if its 10inch then its actually bigger than a circular one as you dont have the corners cut off, its only smaller if its 10inch on the diagonal which is not 'by the metre'
from pics the individuals look 'square' so 100square inch vs 78inch of circular
still stupid though

(trip advisor gives some of these stores awful reviews as well)
Making them square seems a gimmick to try and be different to me - although the area of a square shape is easier to calculate than a round one ... if you know the width, which I dont think it mentions.

The web site doesnt mention anything about the actual quality of the ingredients or what makes their pizzas worth trying, so I'd assume they are made as cheap as cheap can be.