Any Pizza, Any Size £8.99 delivered @ Dominos
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Any Pizza, Any Size £8.99 delivered @ Dominos

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Found 16th Dec 2010Made hot 17th Dec 2010
Dear Pizza lover,

Gobble up a delicious deal this Christmas - any pizza, any size £8.99.

Add any of these to your order for only £3.99 each:

Garlic Bread + Wedges / Strippers or Kickers Combo / Garlic Bread + 1.25l Coke

Available on Medium or Large Pizzas, delivery or collection.

Back of card states valid at participating stores only but lists every Dominos in my area (London Road, Liverpool / Chester Street, Chester / Arrowe Park Road, Upton / Bromborough Village Road, Bromborough / Black Diamond Street, Chester / Telegraph Road, Heswall / Marina Drive, Ellesmere Port) so may be national.

Card says mention offer when ordering but no need to show the card or hand it over.

Good price as (by me anyway) the cheapest you ever get is £9.99.

Enjoy!

P.S Card has link to online turkey launcher flash game thingy:

thegreatturkeyescape.com

Dear fat git !
- Monkeybumcheeks

Dear chunky !
- Monkeybumcheeks

30 Comments

any size?? my son went in to a pizza shop once and said he wants a pizza the size of a bus that was outside the shop, they said no - so he said then it's not any size is it lol

Phone or online?

joel1966

any size?? my son went in to a pizza shop once and said he wants a pizza … any size?? my son went in to a pizza shop once and said he wants a pizza the size of a bus that was outside the shop, they said no - so he said then it's not any size is it lol



hope hed share if he ever got 1 that big lol, would be insane

Deal isnt on in Coventry, i just phoned up.

dcx_badass

I got the text yesterday and I'm in Leeds so possibly nationwide?



which one in leeds? bcos not at pudsey

Not on in ormskirk

+ extra for double decadence or dominator.

I've not voted, since we have a stack of 50% off vouchers valid til May, but I don't think it's that great a deal.

Good deal if you like Domino's but i've found the £3 chicago town takeaway pizzas to be much better lately.

^ What he said, can't beat Chicago Town ones.

Near my local Dominos they scatter they're staff around town on Fridays to hold billboards (usually in front of their face so they can't be seen) to advertise the latest offers.

Just called my local branch in London
This deal only valid from 10 to 11 AM during weekdays !!

Not sure whether I prefer the Chicago Town ones or not... they are definately better for the money though.

I always just call them up and say ive got a voucher for BOGOF and they always allow it. When the delivery guy gets there just mess about for a bit pretending to look for it and they say 'dont worry mate'.

That works out cheaper if you dont mind telling a little fib.

The Chicago Town ones with the stuffed crust are horrific! The tomato sauce in the crust is too sweet and ruins the taste! The edge pizza's are the best!

mitchwales

Not sure whether I prefer the Chicago Town ones or not... they are … Not sure whether I prefer the Chicago Town ones or not... they are definately better for the money though.



I agree, they have been my saviour. Used to waste a fortune buying Dominos every week.

A local pizza shop has also been running an amazing deal which makes Dominos look ridiculous.
Any 14" pizza £4, Any 16" pizza £5!

Sainsburys 3 for £4 pizzas are better than this garbage.

Even better is my local takeaway that do 16" ers bogof for £5.99, and they actually have some flavour to them, unlike Dominos.

Asda deep pans 3 pizzas for £4 and quite tasty. Double cheeseburger flavour pizza that they do is quite nice.

"The Chicago Town ones with the stuffed crust are horrific! The tomato sauce in the crust is too sweet and ruins the taste!"

A kindred spirit! I used to love them before they stuck that stupid sauce in the crust.

On topic. I doubt anyone is delivering a pizza near me for a while due to the snow. Would love to see them try though.

probably the most expensive pizza firm out there, agree since trying the chicago ones there much better value than these overprices take aways...

Fair enough comparing the chicago town ones to dominos as they are similar in quality but much cheaper, but lets not compare them to the own brand pizzas on offer in supermarkets. A takeaway pizza will always top these for taste and this deal is trying to make the difference in value less (although it seems the deal doesn't actually exist outside of one dominos from 10am-11am...)

Psychotext

"The Chicago Town ones with the stuffed crust are horrific! The tomato … "The Chicago Town ones with the stuffed crust are horrific! The tomato sauce in the crust is too sweet and ruins the taste!"A kindred spirit! I used to love them before they stuck that stupid sauce in the crust.



Ain't it the truth! I was fooled in with the stuffed crust when the box said "better than Domino's" But the i ended just eating the inner part of the pizza which was real nice tho! Although expensive as well Papa John's are the Dog's Boll when on offer, my locals BOGOFF all the time to be fair!

pizza express bought from the supermarket ;-) yum

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just make your own. quicker than a delivery and about £2 in total (no frozen dough / no cheap toppings)

csiman

just make your own. quicker than a delivery and about £2 in total (no … just make your own. quicker than a delivery and about £2 in total (no frozen dough / no cheap toppings)



I would but it never ends up circle and i usually get over adventurous and put far too much topping on! The sainsbury's bases in the pasta aisle are real good though and the "pizza sauce" that goes with is also good!

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feeder16

I would but it never ends up circle and i usually get over adventurous … I would but it never ends up circle and i usually get over adventurous and put far too much topping on! The sainsbury's bases in the pasta aisle are real good though and the "pizza sauce" that goes with is also good!


the best part of DIY pizzas is the fact they arent circles. You'd never get a perfect circular one made fresh in italy

Last one I had in Italy was rectangular! oO

pizza base mix costs about 50p (enough for two pizzas) and just add water and done in 5 mins. Add Passata tomatoe sauce (again about 50p for two pizzas), then toppings and mozzarella (about £1 for 2 pizzas).

total cost about £3-£4 for TWO freshly made pizzas. Takes 10 mins to cook and so much better than dominos.
Edited by: "csiman" 17th Dec 2010

csiman

the best part of DIY pizzas is the fact they arent circles. You'd never … the best part of DIY pizzas is the fact they arent circles. You'd never get a perfect circular one made fresh in italy :)Last one I had in Italy was rectangular! oOpizza base mix costs about 50p (enough for two pizzas) and just add water and done in 5 mins. Add Passata tomatoe sauce (again about 50p for two pizzas), then toppings and mozzarella (about £1 for 2 pizzas). total cost about £3-£4 for TWO freshly made pizzas. Takes 10 mins to cook and so much better than dominos.



yea but...what's your point?

Not available at my local Dominos in SE9.

Original Poster

Dominos always seems to have equal lovers and haters. Personally I think they're far nicer than any Supermarket pizza (I think the Pizza Express ones come close tho) and a large pizza between us is enough for me and the missus. Totally agree they're overpriced, at least this price isn't too much of a rip off.

csiman

the best part of DIY pizzas is the fact they arent circles. You'd never … the best part of DIY pizzas is the fact they arent circles. You'd never get a perfect circular one made fresh in italy :)Last one I had in Italy was rectangular! oOpizza base mix costs about 50p (enough for two pizzas) and just add water and done in 5 mins. Add Passata tomatoe sauce (again about 50p for two pizzas), then toppings and mozzarella (about £1 for 2 pizzas). total cost about £3-£4 for TWO freshly made pizzas. Takes 10 mins to cook and so much better than dominos.



I think it would cost quite a bit to go to Italy for a pizza (_;)

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keloid

yea but...what's your point?


My post was aimed at people with at least half a brain and dont need spoon feeding oO

Processed foods stunts brain development BTW. I guess you've been brought up on dominos throughout your ten years of life

moving swiftly on................

Edited by: "csiman" 18th Dec 2010
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