Cheese & Tomato Pizza 60p at ASDA
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Cheese & Tomato Pizza 60p at ASDA

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Expires on 31/03/2018Edited by:"john808"Found 14th Oct
After a hard working week, why not treat yourself to a ASDA Smart Price Cheese & Tomato Pizza with your friends and loved ones. There's no better way to start the weekend.

Please note this product may contain cheese so not suitable for everyone.

Makes a healthy dinner if combined with oven chips.

Would make an ideal item to purchase and make on a first date (first impressions count).

268g.

Please note pizza cutter in picture is not included.

You can store in the freezer if you don't want to eat it straight away and then take out and put in the oven whenever you want.

Similar to a Dominos Cheese & Tomato pizza, but at a fraction of the price, it comes with healthier amounts of cheese.

It's 60p for one, or you can buy two at the same time for £1.20

Nearest substitute is Tesco value Cheese & Tomato Pizza at £1.10 for one!

Top comments

I’ve had these in the past.... maybe I’m the only one who went through a ridiculously skint phase in their twenties?? But they aren’t hideous, great for kids or if you have some bits in the fridge you want to use up. Bit of ham, bit more cheese and it’s alright.

Some people here have such a limited budget they have to sit and work out how to feed themselves (or their family) down to the last penny, 60p May seem nothing to you, this may seem awful to you but for some people are in tight (but hopefully temporary) situations, this might see them ok. I remember walking around waiting for the supermarket to reduce things hundreds of times, not because I loved a bargain, but it was the only way I could afford to eat something half decent.
Edited by: "Ilikehotdeals1" 15th Oct

This product may contain cheese?... Id hope so

Ilikehotdeals16 h, 11 m ago

I’ve had these in the past.... maybe I’m the only one who went through a ri …I’ve had these in the past.... maybe I’m the only one who went through a ridiculously skint phase in their twenties?? But they aren’t hideous, great for kids or if you have some bits in the fridge you want to use up. Bit of ham, bit more cheese and it’s alright.Some people here have such a limited budget they have to sit and work out how to feed themselves (or their family) down to the last penny, 60p May seem nothing to you, this may seem awful to you but for some people are in tight (but hopefully temporary) situations, this might see them ok. I remember walking around waiting for the supermarket to reduce things hundreds of times, not because I loved a bargain, but it was the only way I could afford to eat something half decent.


It's strange how things are going down in the UK, house prices to the moon, everyone well off etc. The reality is most are struggling to make ends meet. Why do you think people are using food banks more, high debt culture, budget chains like Lidl and Aldi growing market share etc. The powers that be continue to pump asset prices with qe - money printing, which devalues the currency, deflation etc which I totally don't fully understand but grasp what is going on.

I got a good job but from a humble background. I remember eating pizza like this when I was a kid, used to get smaller version, like 4 or more in a pack from beejams / now called Iceland. Nothing wrong with this pizza, might pick one up to reminisce.

I still feel we are heading for a massive crash that will push more peeps into poverty.
Edited by: "cf15" 15th Oct

seanmorris1009 m ago

If you actually like pizza why on earth would you cheap out and buy this? …If you actually like pizza why on earth would you cheap out and buy this? Their 14" are like £4 and when you get one made over the counter its brimmed with toppings!!!


Maybe the person buying doesnt have the money to buy a £4 pizza as they have other items to pay for and on a budget
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Hilarious?

Original Poster

Donnellios1 m ago

Hilarious?


Don't knock it until you've tried it!

'why not treat yourself'

This product may contain cheese?... Id hope so

Cold its normal price

nice, i like herons excell range of pizza (when they have them). They used to be 2 for £1 but now 59p each. thats the B&M merger for ya. By the way does anybody know about this pizza brand Excell. Seen sumthin online about they are the pizzas that have fell on the floor and been repackaged in simple wrapping. Still taste good.

If you actually like pizza why on earth would you cheap out and buy this? Their 14" are like £4 and when you get one made over the counter its brimmed with toppings!!!

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seanmorris1009 m ago

If you actually like pizza why on earth would you cheap out and buy this? …If you actually like pizza why on earth would you cheap out and buy this? Their 14" are like £4 and when you get one made over the counter its brimmed with toppings!!!


Maybe the person buying doesnt have the money to buy a £4 pizza as they have other items to pay for and on a budget

I’ve had these in the past.... maybe I’m the only one who went through a ridiculously skint phase in their twenties?? But they aren’t hideous, great for kids or if you have some bits in the fridge you want to use up. Bit of ham, bit more cheese and it’s alright.

Some people here have such a limited budget they have to sit and work out how to feed themselves (or their family) down to the last penny, 60p May seem nothing to you, this may seem awful to you but for some people are in tight (but hopefully temporary) situations, this might see them ok. I remember walking around waiting for the supermarket to reduce things hundreds of times, not because I loved a bargain, but it was the only way I could afford to eat something half decent.
Edited by: "Ilikehotdeals1" 15th Oct

I agree with likehotdeals1 we are on a very ltd budget so buy reduced things and from heron etc,.we also like making our own pizza as hubbys fussy about toppings not much he likes,and we buy the cheese when on offer from lidls ,but if you buy the bases eg morrisons are £1.40 for 2 so these work out a lot cheaper.

Ilikehotdeals16 h, 11 m ago

I’ve had these in the past.... maybe I’m the only one who went through a ri …I’ve had these in the past.... maybe I’m the only one who went through a ridiculously skint phase in their twenties?? But they aren’t hideous, great for kids or if you have some bits in the fridge you want to use up. Bit of ham, bit more cheese and it’s alright.Some people here have such a limited budget they have to sit and work out how to feed themselves (or their family) down to the last penny, 60p May seem nothing to you, this may seem awful to you but for some people are in tight (but hopefully temporary) situations, this might see them ok. I remember walking around waiting for the supermarket to reduce things hundreds of times, not because I loved a bargain, but it was the only way I could afford to eat something half decent.


It's strange how things are going down in the UK, house prices to the moon, everyone well off etc. The reality is most are struggling to make ends meet. Why do you think people are using food banks more, high debt culture, budget chains like Lidl and Aldi growing market share etc. The powers that be continue to pump asset prices with qe - money printing, which devalues the currency, deflation etc which I totally don't fully understand but grasp what is going on.

I got a good job but from a humble background. I remember eating pizza like this when I was a kid, used to get smaller version, like 4 or more in a pack from beejams / now called Iceland. Nothing wrong with this pizza, might pick one up to reminisce.

I still feel we are heading for a massive crash that will push more peeps into poverty.
Edited by: "cf15" 15th Oct

people who think this is so wonderful should get a job, then try some £4 pizzas then tell us all the difference

Dont think you can beat Chicago Town deep dish when 2 for £1

enzero1 h, 53 m ago

Dont think you can beat Chicago Town deep dish when 2 for £1


God they are delicious mucky pizzas! I get those from heron and eat them a glass of lambrini just for extra bit of being fancy

Ilikehotdeals15 h, 58 m ago

I’ve had these in the past.... maybe I’m the only one who went through a ri …I’ve had these in the past.... maybe I’m the only one who went through a ridiculously skint phase in their twenties?? But they aren’t hideous, great for kids or if you have some bits in the fridge you want to use up. Bit of ham, bit more cheese and it’s alright.Some people here have such a limited budget they have to sit and work out how to feed themselves (or their family) down to the last penny, 60p May seem nothing to you, this may seem awful to you but for some people are in tight (but hopefully temporary) situations, this might see them ok. I remember walking around waiting for the supermarket to reduce things hundreds of times, not because I loved a bargain, but it was the only way I could afford to eat something half decent.


Yes i agree well done to you for being strong(party) we all have been there.nothing to be ashamed for

"There's no better way to start the weekend." Are you sure?
You must live a very sheltered life.

cf155 h, 36 m ago

It's strange how things are going down in the UK, house prices to the …It's strange how things are going down in the UK, house prices to the moon, everyone well off etc. The reality is most are struggling to make ends meet. Why do you think people are using food banks more, high debt culture, budget chains like Lidl and Aldi growing market share etc. The powers that be continue to pump asset prices with qe - money printing, which devalues the currency, deflation etc which I totally don't fully understand but grasp what is going on.I got a good job but from a humble background. I remember eating pizza like this when I was a kid, used to get smaller version, like 4 or more in a pack from beejams / now called Iceland. Nothing wrong with this pizza, might pick one up to reminisce.I still feel we are heading for a massive crash that will push more peeps into poverty.


Lidl and Aldi really aren't budget chain stores, they just have a really good marketing department that compare branded to own label in their adverts. There really isn't a huge price difference own label to own label in my view

scunny1 h, 8 m ago

"There's no better way to start the weekend." Are you sure?You must live a …"There's no better way to start the weekend." Are you sure?You must live a very sheltered life.


Is asda paying him lul?

I mean wtf lol its basically cardboard with the worst cheese known to man on top and no you dont even give your kids this!

I get the cheap ones and just put loads of veg on top

Original Poster

scunny19 h, 28 m ago

"There's no better way to start the weekend." Are you sure?You must live a …"There's no better way to start the weekend." Are you sure?You must live a very sheltered life.


And not only that but what better way to start the day with one of these pizza's?

I had no idea 60p pizzas were available. I tend to add my own topping, anchovy, onion, capers, olives, chilli flakes etc
Will have to stop by and pick one up sometime.
three great deals! can you do a Indian and Chinese night next
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