Zizzi £1 Pizza Day (for charity) @ Zizzi Mancester King Street
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Zizzi £1 Pizza Day (for charity) @ Zizzi Mancester King Street

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Found 11th May 2016
On Wednesday 18th May between 11am and 9pm, Zizzi will be selling £1 pizzas to raise money for Stand Up To Cancer (Cancer Research).

Choose from:

Margherita, Pepperoni Campagna, Polpette, Zucca & Italian Hot - on classic base only.

Only 1000 codes available - must register on site to get the £1 pizza.

Info:

Please note Zizzi Manchester King Street will be closed for regular service on Wednesday 18th May to accommodate the event with no other dishes available to order on that day including Bambini kids menu. As with most things, this offer is subject to the manager’s discretion & Zizzi reserve the right to close or refuse service of this offer at any time.
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Eden0032

On Wednesday 18th May between 11am and 9pm, Zizzi will be selling £1 to … On Wednesday 18th May between 11am and 9pm, Zizzi will be selling £1 to raise money for Stand Up To Cancer



How much are they selling the £1 for? This will help me decide whether or not this is a hot deal.
BigOrkWaaagh

How much are they selling the £1 for? This will help me decide whether or … How much are they selling the £1 for? This will help me decide whether or not this is a hot deal.



​if you interested, I have £1 available for the bargin price of £2
OK, quick sale, best price for you, £1.50
Take to pm?
Woops! Edited OP
Why sell for just £1 if it's for charity?! Or am I missing something?
livid_chimp

Why sell for just £1 if it's for charity?! Or am I missing something?


Your missing something
livid_chimp

Why sell for just £1 if it's for charity?! Or am I missing something?


Agreed, why not pay regular price and they donate the price (minus £1) to the charity. This would be £ per pizza raised for a good cause.
Besides raising awareness for this charity there doesn't seem to be a revenue generating opportunity made of it on face value.
Edited by: "escortboy" 12th May 2016
escortboy

Agreed, why not pay regular price and they donate the price (minus £1) to … Agreed, why not pay regular price and they donate the price (minus £1) to the charity. This would be £ per pizza raised for a good cause.Besides raising awareness for this charity there doesn't seem to be a revenue generating opportunity made of it on face value.



​I'm assuming its to draw customers in - if its full price it won't attract as many people compared to £1.
Eden0032

​I'm assuming its to draw customers in - if its full price it won't a … ​I'm assuming its to draw customers in - if its full price it won't attract as many people compared to £1.



Bearing in mind it's closed for the event so only if your one of the 1000 will you be there so not much scope to really draw in customers
Maximum money for charity is £1000 then, but have to serve 1000 pizzas to 1000 customers to reach that. Guessing drinks will remain full price and their profit for the day will be made by selling two pence worth of cola syrup and carbonated water for £2.50 per glass.
Eden0032

​I'm assuming its to draw customers in - if its full price it won't a … ​I'm assuming its to draw customers in - if its full price it won't attract as many people compared to £1.



​Well they are making no profit doing this so they could charge normal price and give all of it away for charity.
The cynical side of me thinks it might be more of a marketing ploy than anything else.
Still a bargain if you can get one though!
don't expect to have them pizzas with the same fillings and same quality as normal days.
back in the day we had an Italian pizza chef spitting on every pizza being made that day just because he had a row with the manager.
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