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money back on pizza on Chicago Town Pizza
money back on pizza on Chicago Town Pizza

money back on pizza on Chicago Town Pizza

sorry if this has been posted before

all you have to do is buy the pizza then send off your recipt and to fill out a form thats on their website

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Not a good deal. Their pizzas taste too good.

that's only if you don't like the taste,its money back guarantee, most of the products you buy in super market has it, you only send back if taste is no good :thinking:

But if they're gonna claim that their pizzas taste better than Domino's and Pizza Hut then they should be prepared to give out a lot of refunds!

One of the best frozen pizzas but nowhere near as nice as either of the other 2

y cold?????

some ppl

If you enjoy this pizza which i predict most people will you should not claim your money back so its not a freebie

jamie60509;6571461

But if they're gonna claim that their pizzas taste better than Domino's … But if they're gonna claim that their pizzas taste better than Domino's and Pizza Hut then they should be prepared to give out a lot of refunds! One of the best frozen pizzas but nowhere near as nice as either of the other 2



I'd much rather Domino's and Pizza Hut.

I've just eaten one of these and they aren't all that at all.

Very bland and the base was quite doughy, sticking to the pan it's meant to be cooked in. Thought it was undercooked at first but if I put it in for any longer the top would be burnt to a crisp!

Out of the three in the taste test:

Dominos > Pizza hut > Chicago town

pizza hut every time yum yum...................

Cheers :thumbsup:

I used to like the taste of these but then sudden went right of them for some reason. Tried one again a few weeks ago but still didn't enjoy it.

Totally agree about the base being very doughy. Sometimes I used to get heavy stomach cramps during the night because of the dough so just aswell I don't like them anymore!

How they can claim that people like these more than Dominos or Pizza Hut I don't know. Maybe a large amount of brown envelopes were passed around in the voting process. ;-)

"all you have to do is buy the pizza then send off your recipt and to fill out a form thats on their website"

Yeah right, that's all. Except you have to print off the form from the website and fill it in manually. And that's it! Of course, you need to give an explanation of why you didn't like it. And that's all you have to do. Apart from: you also have to cut out and send a section of the packet back with your claim. And that's all you have to do. Oh, and you need to send a self addressed envelope as well as your receipt. But apart from that .... :whistling:

Brought this last nite did not like it nothing beats Goodfellas for frozen pizza

Good deal - these are never going to taste as good as some of the other brands, though I find Dr Oetker frozen pizzas are best :thumbsup:

Or you could just not buy the pizza...

jovanwhite;6582031

Brought this last nite did not like it nothing beats Goodfellas for … Brought this last nite did not like it nothing beats Goodfellas for frozen pizza



Goodfellas are the worst for frozen pizzas. I'd happy enjoying a supermarkets own brand (speaking of which Asda wins - Sainsbury's are ok, and Tesco's are poor).

Goodfellas pizza's just taste plain wrong. The "tomato" base, doesn't even taste like anything I've ever had before, and the scant toppings are nowhere to be seen.

IMO, for supermarket pizza's - I'd happily advise Asda's > Pizza Express > Chicago Town > Sainsbury's

Eating out / delivery - Pizza Hut > Pizza Express > Dominoes.

As for the FREEBIE, that's just downright rude. It's an offer available IF you don't like it. Not an invitation for everyone to suddenly claim their money back. Some people have NO morals. COLD.

"It's an offer available IF you don't like it."

I don't agree. It's money back if you don't agree.
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