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Dominos Pizza Mega Week Any Size Pizza £4.99 collect £9.99 delivered.

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Posted 21st MayAvailable: National
I do not know if this is nationwide but it is certainly at a number of the Dominos stores in East London (East Ham, Canning Town) whereas Beckton collection is £7.99 and £9.99 delivered.

£4.99 for a collected Pizza is the best deal I've seen for a while from any of the 'Big Name' brands.

And yes I do know that Pizza is bad for me......but eating it once a month or less isn't.

And yes I do know I can buy Pizza in Tesco/Asda/Morrisons (et al..delete as appropriate) for circa £2.50 for a small and circa £4 for a large, but this is cooked and frankly better then any supermarket Pizza IMHO.

Feel free to criticise the fact it has chicken raised in hutches, cows born just for their meat, vegetables kept in overheated greenhouses.....I don't care as for a £5 I'm all in.
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Any size?

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"You said any size! Now, box it up and don't forget the plastic thing in the middle to stop the box collapsing in on the pizza. Here, use this patio table I found."
Edited by: "amygreen79677" 21st May
Nothing near me , hot dough
Heat from me, just for anticipating the comments that will undoubtably come probably franchise-specific but good price if you can get it!
Robbo7721/05/2019 15:49

Agree there are some savings in Londres, but I'm sure the cost of housing …Agree there are some savings in Londres, but I'm sure the cost of housing offsets these savings.


But you can eat cheap pizza under a bridge! That makes up for the £1600 per month you pay for a two bed flat.
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Heat from me, just for anticipating the comments that will undoubtably come probably franchise-specific but good price if you can get it!
I don't see why anyone needs to go that far with the criticisms. It's a good deal and you shared it. Heat.
Nothing near me , hot dough
Is it a local deal as can’t find online
good price for any size
Edited by: "burmingum" 21st May
Great deal but not at my local... Probably best as I bought for dinner already but would have got this instead of actually cooking it. Thanks anyway.
Any size?

37693060-lVziw.jpg
"You said any size! Now, box it up and don't forget the plastic thing in the middle to stop the box collapsing in on the pizza. Here, use this patio table I found."
Edited by: "amygreen79677" 21st May
Nothing on my 2 locals websites
amygreen7967721/05/2019 14:57

Any size?[Image] "You said any size! Now, box it up and don't forget the …Any size?[Image] "You said any size! Now, box it up and don't forget the plastic thing in the middle to stop the box collapsing in on the pizza. Here, use this patio table I found."


Beginners

Edited by: "pinnocchio" 21st May
Nothing here. Just the usual £19.99 for a large.
Yet again evidence that London is cheaper than the rest of the country. Scrap London weighting.
Edited by: "Common.Sense" 21st May
pinnocchio21/05/2019 15:09

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That would just about fill me up lol. I'm actually really careful about how much I eat and I only weigh 8 stone because I'm tiny but when it comes to pizza I'm a fat drooling slob who could ...honestly...eat an entire 14 inch meat feast pizza in a single sitting.

Love pizza. Hate the calories. Share none.
Common.Sense21/05/2019 15:31

Yes again evidence that London is cheaper than the rest of the country. …Yes again evidence that London is cheaper than the rest of the country. Scrap London weighting.


Agree there are some savings in Londres, but I'm sure the cost of housing offsets these savings.
£7.99 at three stores local to me.
Robbo7721/05/2019 15:49

Agree there are some savings in Londres, but I'm sure the cost of housing …Agree there are some savings in Londres, but I'm sure the cost of housing offsets these savings.


But you can eat cheap pizza under a bridge! That makes up for the £1600 per month you pay for a two bed flat.
Halesowen usually has £6.99 for Collection, or add a side for delivery (£11ish depending on which side you opt for)
Robbo7721/05/2019 15:49

Agree there are some savings in Londres, but I'm sure the cost of housing …Agree there are some savings in Londres, but I'm sure the cost of housing offsets these savings.



But house costs are irrelevant as prices increase and buyers make their money back in the long term, and profit due to the London weighting subsidy.

Hence, if there is London weighting to offset the higher property prices, there should be an additional London weighting property sales tax, paid by the seller.

Go to Drummond Street, Euston. £7 for unlimited Indian buffet. 4 venues. Where else do you get such deals? London can be very cheap to eat and shop. Subway costs the same, McDonalds cost the same you get more deals in London.

£4.99 should be the regular price for a collection pizza, not the ridiculous prices. Look at Australian prices and US prices.


London - super cheap place to study for a degree. Paying guest accommodation - room plus meals for £400-£500 a month.
University accommodation alone costs more than this in the North and Midlands! Cost of degree fees is the same as North.
Edited by: "Common.Sense" 25th May
Common.Sense21/05/2019 16:01

But house costs are irrelevant as prices increase and buyers make their …But house costs are irrelevant as prices increase and buyers make their money back in the long term, and profit due to the London weighting subsidy.


What about the renters? We're not all oil rich arabs and oligarchs.
Common.Sense21/05/2019 16:01

But house costs are irrelevant as prices increase and buyers make their …But house costs are irrelevant as prices increase and buyers make their money back in the long term, and profit due to the London weighting subsidy.


Try telling that to anyone trying to get on the housing ladder, or to upgrade. Also the rental market in London is significantly more expensive than most other areas of the country.
I can’t seem to find this deal in my area sadly, but heat added anyway
Robbo7721/05/2019 16:22

Try telling that to anyone trying to get on the housing ladder, or to …Try telling that to anyone trying to get on the housing ladder, or to upgrade. Also the rental market in London is significantly more expensive than most other areas of the country.



But since the salary is higher for higher rental prices, you save on the cheaper food and clothes deals. You win.
When you eventually buy a house, by the age of retirement the increase in the house value outstrips the higher rent you paid.
London always wins. There must be a profit tax for London owners, or scrap London weighting.
Xaar21/05/2019 16:21

What about the renters? We're not all oil rich arabs and oligarchs.



You should have studied hard and gone to a top university, so you become a millionaire by 35. £1 million is not that hard to achieve. £1 million was a lot 30 years ago, but not nowadays!
Common.Sense21/05/2019 15:31

Yes again evidence that London is cheaper than the rest of the country. …Yes again evidence that London is cheaper than the rest of the country. Scrap London weighting.


How much extra do you think people get paid to work in London compared to same job/company elsewhere?
crumpetman21/05/2019 16:30

How much extra do you think people get paid to work in London compared to …How much extra do you think people get paid to work in London compared to same job/company elsewhere?



Depends in which sector.
In I.T. banking software jobs, with 10 years experience. Double or triple compared to the Midlands.

Let's look at fresh graduates in Econonics. Many banks will pay £40k+ starting salary to the best candiates from the best universities (top tier). These people may get £28k in the Midlands.
Edited by: "Common.Sense" 21st May
Not near me mate but heat for an awesome deal
Common.Sense21/05/2019 16:26

But since the salary is higher for higher rental prices, you save on the …But since the salary is higher for higher rental prices, you save on the cheaper food and clothes deals. You win. When you eventually buy a house, by the age of retirement the increase in the house value outstrips the higher rent you paid.London always wins. There must be a profit tax for London owners, or scrap London weighting.


According to the ONS, rent as a proportion of income is significantly higher in London than anywhere else in the country... less money for food and clothes.
Robbo7721/05/2019 16:46

According to the ONS, rent as a proportion of income is significantly …According to the ONS, rent as a proportion of income is significantly higher in London than anywhere else in the country... less money for food and clothes.


Proportion is irrelevant. Dummy example:

City A: rent = 25% of salary. £40k net salary = £10k rent. £30 to spend
City B: rent = 10% of salary. £30k net salary. £3k rent £27k to spend.

Who has more to spend, invest and enjoy?

Do not try and confuse Joe Public with pointless statistics to justify your posiiton!
Nothing at Cardiff bay
Website doesn’t say Canning Town is £4.99?
Common.Sense21/05/2019 16:57

Do not try and confuse Joe Public with pointless statistics to justify …Do not try and confuse Joe Public with pointless statistics to justify your posiiton!


Er hello? This is what you have done throughout this entire thread pal. At least I provided a source, unless you consider the ONS untrustworthy? Where did you get your stat for London IT professionals earning three times more for a comparable position in the Midlands? I'd genuinely be interested to see that. Don't try and poo poo my argument just cos you don't like it.

OK so in London there are some cheaper (albeit no doubt junk food related) deals at takeaways and similar establishments. That's hardly grounds for revising the tax regime pal. To be honest I imagine the quality ain't so hot anyway. I used to live up North and remember getting an assorted fast food box for £2.50. It was foul but it weighed as much as half a brick for less than three quid, so this is not the sole preserve of the capital.

Cheaper clothes? Debatable, certainly with the enormous online retail sector which does not discriminate for geography. Also I doubt major retail chains in the North and South of the country are significantly different.

Travel? OK, bus and tube are good value I agree (although if you value your lung function you'll avoid both as the pollution is awful). Cabs? From my considerable experience these are much more expensive, and not just black cabs.

Entertainment. From my experience pubs and clubs are significantly more expensive. £5/6 a pint standard nowadays.

Let's look at other major outgoings that are surely comparable. Fuel: heating, cooking and transport. No significant difference. Household consumables: food, cleaning products. No significant difference. Major purchases: cars, holidays, electrical items. No significant difference.

It all comes down to disposable income. A 2018 study (which I'm happy to cite, unless you think it's just another pointless statistic) found that on average Londoners have pretty much the same nominal amount. Actually they have an extra £12 quid which would nearly get them two sittings at the Indian buffet that offended you so much.

I understand your disdain for statistics but the fact remains that when accounting for the cost of living the average Londoner (on average London earnings) does not have it much easier, if at all than the rest of the country.
Well at least the moaning about London prices are better than the usual holier than thou "make it yourself it's cheaper and healthier" comments these deals usually attract.
£12.99 is East Belfast for a large pizza, great deal lol!
amygreen7967721/05/2019 14:57

Any size?[Image] "You said any size! Now, box it up and don't forget the …Any size?[Image] "You said any size! Now, box it up and don't forget the plastic thing in the middle to stop the box collapsing in on the pizza. Here, use this patio table I found."


Ohh crap I just learned what those plastic things are for
Edited by: "MR1123" 21st May
good deal not available in my area though (y)heat added
I make my own, bang em in a hot chimenea. Cheap pizza oven.
Common.Sense21/05/2019 16:33

Depends in which sector.In I.T. banking software jobs, with 10 years …Depends in which sector.In I.T. banking software jobs, with 10 years experience. Double or triple compared to the Midlands.Let's look at fresh graduates in Econonics. Many banks will pay £40k+ starting salary to the best candiates from the best universities (top tier). These people may get £28k in the Midlands.


I think you are confusing London weighting paid to Emergency Service workers who work in London compared to outer London (Herts, Hants, Essex etc) and different wages paid in the same industries to the same job. Completely separate things.
37694572-IG5jv.jpgThis is what I recieved on the weekend.
Offer not in west India dock road store e14. But guy says hello and hangs up on purpose fourth attempt he said wrong store, could have said that the first time. Feel free to give him some bother ‭020 7517 9494‬.
None at mine

Cold
🍕 Pepperoni Hot!!!! 🥵 🔥
Common.Sense21/05/2019 15:31

Yet again evidence that London is cheaper than the rest of the country. …Yet again evidence that London is cheaper than the rest of the country. Scrap London weighting.


Yes but renting a flat here isn't £5 a week like up north. And I can't buy a house in London for £1000.
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