Morrisons Prepared in Store Large Fresh Pizzas (14"!) - £2
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Morrisons Prepared in Store Large Fresh Pizzas (14"!) - £2

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Found 3rd Apr 2013
Just been to the Hillsborough store and the Fresh prepared in store pizzas were £2 for 14"!

Included Cheese & Tomato, Double Pepperoni, Ham and Pineapple

Good price for what are really good tasting pizzas!

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Will this be nation wide if so let me know

I would think so. Its only for them 3 kinds but heat added, excellent price.

Original Poster

rocketspacedeals

Will this be nation wide if so let me know


I would presume so, Morrisons deals do tend to be

I bought one of these pizza's from morrisons when they were on offer the last time, and they are flippin disgusting save your money.

Differences of opinions should not cause differences of hearts - Sh Hanif luharvi

Do Morrisons do good deals? as my local store is a Sainsburys and they don't ever seem to do any deals worth getting excited about

In my experience their fresh pizzas are awesome and I've happily paid more than £2 for them in the past. Hot deal.

These are no way near as good as the equivalent pizzas in Asda...

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JollyEngland

These are no way near as good as the equivalent pizzas in Asda...



The ones that are nearly twice as much at £3.50?

eddyw

The ones that are nearly twice as much at £3.50?



And well worth the extra £1.50...
Nicer sauce (with choice of BBQ sauce)
Cheese is less rubbery
Loaded with more toppings
Choice of 3 oils can be added (chilli, garlic or basil)
I could go on....

Original Poster

JollyEngland

And well worth the extra £1.50...Nicer sauce (with choice of BBQ … And well worth the extra £1.50...Nicer sauce (with choice of BBQ sauce)Cheese is less rubberyLoaded with more toppingsChoice of 3 oils can be added (chilli, garlic or basil)I could go on....


Matter of opinion I guess, I don't have an asda locally so I can't try them

I love Morrisons Pizzas!!

never tried them but might pop down and get one x

Morrisons fresh pizzas are the best of all the supermarket ones!!

Best supermarket pizza. Worth it when they are at their normal price.

offer just on the 3 listed by OP. All others £3.50

They stopped doing the 14" pizzas at my local store for some inexplicable reason (whilst still charging £3.50 for 12" ones). Never see anyone pick them up and the dedicated person they have to make the pizzas always looks like he's got nothing to do.

JollyEngland

These are no way near as good as the equivalent pizzas in Asda...



True this ^^

JollyEngland

And well worth the extra £1.50...Nicer sauce (with choice of BBQ … And well worth the extra £1.50...Nicer sauce (with choice of BBQ sauce)Cheese is less rubberyLoaded with more toppingsChoice of 3 oils can be added (chilli, garlic or basil)I could go on....




I agree on the ADA pizzas! The Morrisons deal is good if you want one of only 3 options... but you get WAY more toppings ( which are certainly worth more than the extra £1.50 ! ) and options + choice of oils at ASDA. Given the choice, I'd always pay £3.50 at ASDA .... but for a basic pizza with basic toppings, you can't go far wrong at £2.

Heat added.

You're lucky if you get good Asda pizzas. I used to buy from there, but they've got really miserly with the toppings in the last few months. Voted hot

Awful
They never have enough tomato sauce on

lucylettuce

You're lucky if you get good Asda pizzas. I used to buy from there, but … You're lucky if you get good Asda pizzas. I used to buy from there, but they've got really miserly with the toppings in the last few months. Voted hot

just ask for more!

Asda have a 3 for £4.50 on Goodfellas pizzas , they are a lot nicer than other store pizzas.
And it also works lot cheaper.
Edited by: "hasnainthehotdeal" 3rd Apr 2013

Goodfellas pizzas are the best pizzas you can get because they give enough sauce and its not too much and not too less ......buy it!!!!:p

Edited by: "hasnainthehotdeal" 3rd Apr 2013

JollyEngland

And well worth the extra £1.50...Nicer sauce (with choice of BBQ … And well worth the extra £1.50...Nicer sauce (with choice of BBQ sauce)Cheese is less rubberyLoaded with more toppingsChoice of 3 oils can be added (chilli, garlic or basil)I could go on....

I guess it comes down to your store, because my Morrisons piles toppings on. A lot more than the nearest ASDA.

Our Morrisons also does BBQ sauce if you want it, don't know about oils though.

I prefer ADSA's base.

good find for a big pizza! Enjoy!!!

Banned

You do go on......

JollyEngland

And well worth the extra £1.50...Nicer sauce (with choice of BBQ … And well worth the extra £1.50...Nicer sauce (with choice of BBQ sauce)Cheese is less rubberyLoaded with more toppingsChoice of 3 oils can be added (chilli, garlic or basil)I could go on....

Banned

This is a great deal.

Morrisons are great.

Asda are for peasants.

JollyEngland

These are no way near as good as the equivalent pizzas in Asda...



And the Asda ones are nowhere near as nice as the Sainsburys ones which are 2 for £6.

Supersid

This is a great deal.Morrisons are great.Asda are for peasants.


Words of a precarious proletariat no doubt

Supersid

This is a great deal.Morrisons are great.Asda are for peasants.



" Asda are for peasants "

What, you mean for the type of person who has no grasp of English grammar?
Edited by: "mike230652" 4th Apr 2013

Supersid

This is a great deal.Morrisons are great.Asda are for peasants.



http://ororke.co.uk/blog/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/haters-gonna-hate-kid.jpg

I tried one of these pizzas once and I'm not joking when I say that it was the worst pizza that I've ever had.

Banned

I just love the way the english language brigade think their clever. As long as this makes you feel better then carry on. Just to let you know we could all use spell check but are not really that worried.

Please do not be offended when I say the people who use asda do not have a great deal of money to spend on groceries.

The haves. (Myself) use waitrose and marks.
The have nots. Use asda,lidl and aldi.


Supersid

I just love the way the english language brigade think their clever. As … I just love the way the english language brigade think their clever. As long as this makes you feel better then carry on. Just to let you know we could all use spell check but are not really that worried.Please do not be offended when I say the people who use asda do not have a great deal of money to spend on groceries. The haves. (Myself) use waitrose and marks.The have nots. Use asda,lidl and aldi.



I don't usually bring myself down to converse with illiterate peasants such as yourself, but as someone who frequents such fine establishments as Iceland (although I always had a soft spot for Bejam) and Farm Foods, I can safely say you are missing out on some scrumptious crispy pancakes.

But in all seriousness, anyone with any real class knows Waitrose/M&S are for the 'Try Hards' of this world, The actual elite such as myself aim just a bit higher. For example I tend to go through 2 or 3 of these a week, and I often get one for each of my pet Chimpanzees:

http://www.harrods.com/product/mayfair/harrods/000000000002453045

Why I hear you ask is someone of my fine social standing even bringing himself down to peruse this internet location amongst such rabble? Well the truth is my son Tarquin has been given a project by his school Eton in which he has to observe the less evolved of our species. My cleaner Brutus told me about this place and people such as you my dear boy Supersid are the perfect modern day comparison of our ape-like ancestors.

Edited by: "welshmatt" 4th Apr 2013

Banned

Bravo

welshmatt

I don't usually bring myself down to converse with illiterate peasants … I don't usually bring myself down to converse with illiterate peasants such as yourself, but as someone who frequents such fine establishments as Iceland (although I always had a soft spot for Bejam) and Farm Foods, I can safely say you are missing out on some scrumptious crispy pancakes.But in all seriousness, anyone with any real class knows Waitrose/M&S are for the 'Try Hards' of this world, The actual elite such as myself aim just a bit higher. For example I tend to go through 2 or 3 of these a week, and I often get one for each of my pet Chimpanzees:http://www.harrods.com/product/mayfair/harrods/000000000002453045Why I hear you ask is someone of my fine social standing even bringing himself down to peruse this internet location amongst such rabble? Well the truth is my son Tarquin has been given a project by his school Eton in which he has to observe the less evolved of our species. My cleaner Brutus told me about this place and people such as you my dear boy Supersid are the perfect modern day comparison of our ape-like ancestors.

Who doesn't like a 14" meat feast

These are absolutely awful. Asda may be £3.50 but spending extra £1.50 is better than losing the £2 on the morrisons one as I threw mine away it was that bad. I've never done that before haha

hotmik

Who doesn't like a 14" meat feast



I hear maccy is more partial to a 14" scone

Double pepperoni - hot from me
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