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Free £3 Gino Pizza (360g - 458g) or Meal or Dessert with code - min £25 online spend applies @ Iceland
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Free £3 Gino Pizza (360g - 458g) or Meal or Dessert with code - min £25 online spend applies @ Iceland

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Posted 19th Sep

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You can get a free £3 Gino pizza or meal or dessert online using code ICEGINO at checkout. Offer is applicable for all customers and runs until Sunday 22nd September. Usual minimum order value of £25 applies (free del over £35 spend). There is a wide selection to choose from, with around 20 items e.g. super spicy pizza, buffalo mozarella pizza, lasagna, tiramisú, hot chocolate fondants etc. I've not tried the pizzas but from what I can see gets very good reviews.

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Gino Super Spicy Pizza - Italian Sausage, Salami, Mozzarella & Sun Dried Tomatoes 458g
Gino My Nonna's Pizza Margherita - Buffalo Mozzarella & Cherry Tomatoes 421g
Gino Vegetable Lasagne 450g
Gino Italian Tomatoes & Roasted Garlic Stonebaked Flatbread 296g
Gino Pizza Amalfi - Mozzarella, Sun Dried Tomatoes & Friarielli 464g
Gino Clams With Garlic & White Wine, Chopped Tomatoes and Parsley 450g
Gino Aubergine Parmigiana With Mozzarella, Tomato & Basil Sauce 425g
Gino My Mamma’s Lasagne 525g
Gino Mia's Meatballs - Beef Meatballs With Cheese & Tomato Sauce 355g
Gino Mozzarella Cheese & Roasted Garlic Stonebaked Flatbread 265g
Gino My Nonno’s Cannelloni 450g
Gino Tiramisú 2 x 80g (160g)
Gino Chicken Cacciatore - Roast Chicken With Pancetta, Mozzarella & Tomato Sauce 340g
Gino Pizza Sardinia - Spicy Italian Sausage & Mozzarella 437g
Gino Mixed Seafood in a White Wine Sauce with Tomatoes 400g
Gino Pizza Prosciutto - Ham, Mozzarella & Olives 413g
Gino Spicy Mussels Sauce With White Wine, Tomatoes and Chilli 450g
Gino Hot Chocolate Fondants 2 x 90g (180g)
Gino Smoked Provola Cheese & Roasted Garlic Stonebaked Flatbread 284g
Gino Pollo Margherita - Chicken Breast With Cheese &Tomato Sauce 360g

Edit: Seems to be working on all £3 Gino items, but not on the few £1.50 items.

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Does he burgle your home whilst you're out collecting it?
Edited by: "ezzer72" 19th Sep
It’s incredible that some posts on here are so Nasty.
Are you telling me you have NEVER made a mistake?
Why be so malicious?
Pizza!!!
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Best frozen pizza on the market just now (In my humble opinion)
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Grazie
Pizza!!!
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Does he burgle your home whilst you're out collecting it?
Edited by: "ezzer72" 19th Sep
ezzer7219/09/2019 20:01

Does he burgle your home whilst you're out collecting it?



Spot on, how quick people forget
Best frozen pizza on the market just now (In my humble opinion)
Must be regional then, some of these meals aren't available online in my area, I only have 11 available but 20 are in your description. Heat though because I'm getting a free pizza.
Heat added (even though they won't let me order online but will deliver if I come into town and pick it myself)
Made with only the finest ingredients, specially stolen from Paul Young's kitchen,
It’s incredible that some posts on here are so Nasty.
Are you telling me you have NEVER made a mistake?
Why be so malicious?
Mama Mia great deal, heat added
I suggest you taste it before rating it lol
ezzer7219/09/2019 20:01

Does he burgle your home whilst you're out collecting it?


Every time you go away
ezzer7219/09/2019 20:01

Does he burgle your home whilst you're out collecting it?


Only for guitars.
Tried the veg one this week..
Lovely sauce but the mozzarella tasted like cardboard!
ezzer7219/09/2019 20:01

Does he burgle your home whilst you're out collecting it?

Sour grapes that he's come from that to this..?
Gilvray_Bengio20/09/2019 18:40

It’s incredible that some posts on here are so Nasty. Are you telling me y …It’s incredible that some posts on here are so Nasty. Are you telling me you have NEVER made a mistake? Why be so malicious?


Ha, scumbag got two years jail for burglary of what was then a major pop star, hardly a mistake.
1100 calories for some of those pizzas are a bit on the high side and unlikely half a pizza would be enough for a meal.
This talentless ex burglar should not be idolised he is useless .
Wow, some people are absolutely pathetic on here. He's turned his life around and is now doing something productive and positive in society. Would you prefer he was still a criminal?
For all the people who don't have a sense of humour, I actually quite like him, it was just a bit of fun.
"Just the way mamma made it" - yeah proper Italian food always frozen... Mamma would be spinning in her grave.
keitho2220/09/2019 23:46

This talentless ex burglar should not be idolised he is useless .



...but the housewives fancy him, so he can get away with what he likes, like the drunk one out of Ant and Dec. Ugly blokes like me on the other hand only get one chance. Yes jealous.
zoidster21/09/2019 14:07

...but the housewives fancy him, so he can get away with what he likes, …...but the housewives fancy him, so he can get away with what he likes, like the drunk one out of Ant and Dec. Ugly blokes like me on the other hand only get one chance. Yes jealous.


How did he get away with it? He did two years in prison. Doing something productive with your life afterwards is not "getting away with it".
Oh-Totoro21/09/2019 14:56

How did he get away with it? He did two years in prison. Doing something …How did he get away with it? He did two years in prison. Doing something productive with your life afterwards is not "getting away with it".


Ah, I am not saying he "got away with it" in the legal sense, indeed he served his time, as did Ant, I mean in the eyes of the adoring public, if, (for example) in his youth Nigel Farage or Boris Johnson had burgled a man and robbed him of his only recordings of his late wife, the GBP would make a judgement on his character hold that against him permanently....but Gino is a of a dishy cheeky chappie..so none of that really counts right? Water under the bridge, and all that eh?
Edited by: "zoidster" 21st Sep
zoidster21/09/2019 16:05

Ah, I am not saying he "got away with it" in the legal sense, indeed he …Ah, I am not saying he "got away with it" in the legal sense, indeed he served his time, as did Ant, I mean in the eyes of the adoring public, if, (for example) in his youth Nigel Farage or Boris Johnson had burgled a man and robbed him of his only recordings of his late wife, the GBP would make a judgement on his character hold that against him permanently....but Gino is a of a dishy cheeky chappie..so none of that really counts right? Water under the bridge, and all that eh?


Oh, I agree with you that certain people get held to account far more than others, especially politicians. That said, I still don't think that it's unfair that Gino has been able to move on from his past. Most people deserve the right to make better life choices and be rewarded for that. In a way, his story shows that if you make poor decisions and lead a dishonest life, you will get punished and see little reward for it. And if you lead an honourable and hard-working life, you will get rewarded for it. And as you can see from the comments section on here, it's not as if he's getting off Scot-free with all people, even now.
Yawn.... it’s a pizza.... not a debate about burglary ffs
Free cheese on toast with any cheeses on toast order.
(HOW MUCH u.k. tax do these Aunts pay again?)
Edited by: "joe_shmoe" 21st Sep
Herstal19/09/2019 20:26

Quickly, 1998? 😁


Your point?... in 1998 i was 32yrs old... i haven't lost my mind...
highstfurniture21/09/2019 16:54

Yawn.... it’s a pizza.... not a debate about burglary ffs


Ok... fred west was a great builder
Looks like the daily mail comment section
The tomato flatbread in Gino's range is lovely
I tried his nan's cardboard pizza and his mum's revolting taste lasagne and glad they were effectively half price.

Wouldn't want either again if they were giving them away!
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