Dr Oetker pizzas £1.25 at Waitrose (plus a FREE Mocha/Cappucino/Espresso to take away!)
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Dr Oetker pizzas £1.25 at Waitrose (plus a FREE Mocha/Cappucino/Espresso to take away!)

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Found 17th Apr 2013
(and a FREE Telegraph/Daily Mail newspaper if you buy 4+ pizzas)

Simples. The pizzas are priced at £1.39 (half price), but just pick up a FREE, NO OBLIGATION, NO SIGN-UP REQUIRED temporary myWaitrose card at the customer service desk on your way in, and show it to the good lady/gentleman at the checkout on your way out, before breezing over to the coffee counter (flashing your card again) and picking up a mochachocolatteino or whatever to take away.

The card gives you:

10% off all frozen products (ON TOP of current offers)
Free tea/coffee any time*
Free Telegraph or Daily Mail**

* no spend required, not all Waitrose stores have a coffee bar
** spend over £5 to qualify for free paper, some products not included in spend, you may experience a shift in your political thinking, you may start listening to Classic FM

You're welcome.

23 Comments

hot

Made me curious about the myWaitrose card as it sounded a bit too good to be true. but it looks as though it is that good and it is true. Link below if anybody else interested.

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the engineer

Made me curious about the myWaitrose card as it sounded a bit too good to … Made me curious about the myWaitrose card as it sounded a bit too good to be true. but it looks as though it is that good and it is true. Link below if anybody else interested.http://www.waitrose.com/content/waitrose/en/home/mywaitrose/mywaitrose_welcome.html



oh, it's real!

I kind of hesitate to tell people about it as I don't want to wait behind a queue of 'unwashed masses' every time I need a free cup of decaf. Shame the papers are limited to Mail and Telegraph, but the latter has a good sudoku page!

not even worth a quid to be honest. rubbish plastic cheese..

In giving this heat just for the hilarious post.... and a free cup of coffee when I pop into my local waitrose is a bonus.
P.S. I do wash :-)

Heat for a brilliant post. Made me chuckle :-)

knowitall5

not even worth a quid to be honest. rubbish plastic cheese..



Oh, I'll make sure I stop buying them then if you don't like them....

knowitall5

not even worth a quid to be honest. rubbish plastic cheese..



You're supposed to remove the plastic before eating:-)

You need to correct this as Hot chocolate is not included in the free drink offer

COLD.

Dr Oetker Pizzas are saltier than the sea and taste even worse. There is no excuse for putting this much salt in anything.

Dr. Oetker ristorante pizza pepperoni salame (frozen) – 1.68g of salt per 100g of food, or 5.36g of salt per 320g pizza
Dr. Oetker Casa di Mama pizza quattro formaggi (frozen) – 1.6g of salt per 100g of food, or 6.32g per 395g pizza

Tried one a couple of years ago and found it pretty disgusting, 1.39 in Tesco so I'm going to try them out again. Don't see how a free newspaper read by racist grannies and little Hitlers is much of an incentive, will probably work well in Waitrose tho. (_;)
Edited by: "spaceinvader" 17th Apr 2013

and don't forget to pick up your free crisps whilst there

Just had some... Mushroom pizza was vile, awful flavour, watery on top with a dry-as-a-bag-of-flour base, couldn't eat it - that's the first time I've thrown food in the bin in a couple of years. Ham and pineapple was cheap tasting but just about tolerable, decent amount of topping but it tastes like a £1 pizza. People who rave about these must have dead taste buds, the base is awfully dry with an unpleasant texture and a poor taste, I normally love thin and crispy. You can taste the overdose of salt and I already feel thirsty. My last Dr Oetker pizza. .

Love the Classic FM reference

spaceinvader

Just had some... Mushroom pizza was vile, awful flavour, watery on top … Just had some... Mushroom pizza was vile, awful flavour, watery on top with a dry-as-a-bag-of-flour base, couldn't eat it - that's the first time I've thrown food in the bin in a couple of years. Ham and pineapple was cheap tasting but just about tolerable, decent amount of topping but it tastes like a £1 pizza. People who rave about these must have dead taste buds, the base is awfully dry with an unpleasant texture and a poor taste, I normally love thin and crispy. You can taste the overdose of salt and I already feel thirsty. My last Dr Oetker pizza. .



Or different taste buds to you - as shocking as that may be...

I do partially agree and wouldn't pay more than £1 for them, but I think it's perfectly edible. It does taste very "different" to normal pizzas though which is presumably what causes some people to love them and some to hate them.

Yuk plastic tasting 'pizza'

Hot. One of best frozen pizzas out there.

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plane_boy2000

You need to correct this as Hot chocolate is not included in the free … You need to correct this as Hot chocolate is not included in the free drink offer



thanks....i've ammended the op

hmpwoofer05

Heat for a brilliant post. Made me chuckle :-)



I must of missed the joke...........

musicals

Love the Classic FM reference

Classic FM is listened to by children who haven't an attention span of over 4 minutes

i've found one has to remind the cashier at the checkout about the free paper offer as they often forget to make it free - necessitating a return visit to customer service with the receipt!

beats me why the process can't be automated.

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seb

i've found one has to remind the cashier at the checkout about the free … i've found one has to remind the cashier at the checkout about the free paper offer as they often forget to make it free - necessitating a return visit to customer service with the receipt!beats me why the process can't be automated.



hey have a little voucher thing that they need to manually scan, so they do tend to need a reminder.

The discounted price at Waitrose expired on 05/05/2013. It's now £2.78.
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