50% OFF PIZZA WHEN YOU SPEND £30 - STUDENT DISCOUNT - ONLINE ORDERS ONLY @ Dominoes Coventry
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50% OFF PIZZA WHEN YOU SPEND £30 - STUDENT DISCOUNT - ONLINE ORDERS ONLY @ Dominoes Coventry

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Expires on 31/05/2020Available: West Midlands (Coventry)Posted 2nd Feb
Confirmed working in Coventry. Might work in other areas too.

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What area is this please. Not working for me
Cassie9302/02/2020 21:48

What area is this please. Not working for me


Coventry. I've edited the post. Voucher seemed so generic I assumed it worked nationally (maybe more than one city at least?)
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Used this today. Gives you 50% off £40

Might depend on the location though
Edited by: "Walgeon" 2nd Feb
Overpriced pizza
Edited by: "hot4459" 2nd Feb
Have this in Swansea on vouchers (only pizzas)
Isn't this normal? I always get 50% off at that spend in Leicester.

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asbs02/02/2020 22:43

Isn't this normal? I always get 50% off at that spend in Leicester. [Image]


I think these deals are quite frequent/common, but they're not there all the time.
This one is set in until the end of May (for students, at least).
What's going to stop non-students from using this code? Doubt they'll ask for ID.
Edited by: "jamie15" 3rd Feb
For anyone at Warwick (and presumably Coventry) uni, we also get PIZZA241 for 2 for 1 pizza, no minimum spend, and that's always available. Still very expensive mind you
jamie1503/02/2020 00:38

What's going to stop non-students from using this code? Doubt …What's going to stop non-students from using this code? Doubt they'll ask for ID.



It should be unlawful to discriminate. These rich students do not need discounts if they can afford a Domino's pizza instead of £1 ones from Iceland! Surely they know how to use an oven.
Common.Sense03/02/2020 19:09

It should be unlawful to discriminate. These rich students do not need …It should be unlawful to discriminate. These rich students do not need discounts if they can afford a Domino's pizza instead of £1 ones from Iceland! Surely they know how to use an oven.


Price segmentation exists for a reason. Companies don't do it out of kindness, they do it to encourage what they perceive to be groups of people with less disposable income to spend it with them. Giving everyone a permanent discount would in effect make the discount worthless.
jamie1503/02/2020 19:16

Price segmentation exists for a reason. Companies don't do it out of …Price segmentation exists for a reason. Companies don't do it out of kindness, they do it to encourage what they perceive to be groups of people with less disposable income to spend it with them. Giving everyone a permanent discount would in effect make the discount worthless.



I would like it to be unlawful on the basis of discrimination.
If every (wo)man is equal, why not the same offer to all?
Legislate to stop it.

What next? 50% off to Caucasians only?

The discount should be worthless. I would never pay full price. No deal, not purchase.
For some it backfires.
If a student price is lower, I will not buy. I would go to a competitor.
Edited by: "Common.Sense" 3rd Feb
Common.Sense03/02/2020 19:20

I would like it to be unlawful on the basis of discrimination.If every …I would like it to be unlawful on the basis of discrimination.If every (wo)man is equal, why not the same offer to all?Legislate to stop it.What next? 50% off to Caucasians only?The discount should be worthless. I would never pay full price. No deal, not purchase.For some it backfires.If a student price is lower, I will not buy. I would go to a competitor.


Price segmentation isn't discrimination based on a protected characteristic. It is a marketing strategy which is designed to maximise profits and it works. Giving discounted prices to someone on a generally lower income is better than receiving no money from them if they go elsewhere, whereas those who presumably have a full time job (everyone else) has more money to spend so can be charged more.
jamie1503/02/2020 19:22

Price segmentation isn't discrimination based on a protected …Price segmentation isn't discrimination based on a protected characteristic. It is a marketing strategy which is designed to maximise profits and it works. Giving discounted prices to someone on a generally lower income is better than receiving no money from them if they go elsewhere, whereas those who presumably have a full time job (everyone else) has more money to spend so can be charged more.



I did not say it was on protected characteristics. I still object to it and would like the law changed. Little chance!

If students can afford these overpriced pizza they are not on low incomes.
I would imagine people on minimum wage have lower income and live in worse conditions.
Many Warwick University students have an en-suite room and pay £150 a week. Many 2-bed houses in Coventry can be rented for £600 a month. The students are not poor. They can afford to eat out, drink, and go to the Costa Coffee shop on campus.
Some Warwick university students rent £650k houses.
Common.Sense03/02/2020 19:26

I did not say it was on protected characteristics. I still object to it …I did not say it was on protected characteristics. I still object to it and would like the law changed. Little chance!If students can afford these overpriced pizza they are not on low incomes.I would imagine people on minimum wage have lower income and live in worse conditions.Many Warwick University students have an en-suite room and pay £150 a week. Many 2-bed houses in Coventry can be rented for £600 a month. The students are not poor. They can afford to eat out, drink, and go to the Costa Coffee shop on campus.Some Warwick university students rent £650k houses.


Laws don't ban student/OAP/NHS discounts and they hopefully never will.

Stores are not charities. Students can't work full time and are not generally rich (exceptions are present of course). Not easy to offer discounts to those on minimum wage as it is difficult to identify who is/isn't (if there was a way I would be unsurprised if the same companies doing student discounts would offer similar discounts to them too). Not everyone will have less disposable income but a larger proportion of students do, hence why these offers are designed to get them to spend their reduced disposable income from working just part time.

You specifically mention university but what about those in secondary or higher education? Not everyone has a job at that stage.
jamie1503/02/2020 19:35

Laws don't ban student/OAP/NHS discounts and they hopefully never …Laws don't ban student/OAP/NHS discounts and they hopefully never will.Stores are not charities. Students can't work full time and are not generally rich (exceptions are present of course). Not easy to offer discounts to those on minimum wage as it is difficult to identify who is/isn't (if there was a way I would be unsurprised if the same companies doing student discounts would offer similar discounts to them too). Not everyone will have less disposable income but a larger proportion of students do, hence why these offers are designed to get them to spend their reduced disposable income from working just part time.You specifically mention university but what about those in secondary or higher education? Not everyone has a job at that stage.



If every adult is equal, all should be charged the same in a civilised non-discriminatory country.

Go to Tesco. Bread: Student 70p OAP 45p. Bankers £2 NHS 55p Firemen 56p

Is this what you want?
Common.Sense03/02/2020 19:59

If every adult is equal, all should be charged the same in a civilised …If every adult is equal, all should be charged the same in a civilised non-discriminatory country.Go to Tesco. Bread: Student 70p OAP 45p. Bankers £2 NHS 55p Firemen 56pIs this what you want?


Banning price segmentation is a bad idea for business and consumers. Good example is Spotify. They charge £9.99 for everyone but £4.99 for students. If student discounts were banned, they would definitely be sticking to the £9.99 price so students lose out and nobody benefits.

Every adult? But every student in secondary education is a minor so how is that a valid argument?
jamie1503/02/2020 20:07

Banning price segmentation is a bad idea for business and consumers. Good …Banning price segmentation is a bad idea for business and consumers. Good example is Spotify. They charge £9.99 for everyone but £4.99 for students. If student discounts were banned, they would definitely be sticking to the £9.99 price so students lose out and nobody benefits.Every adult? But every student in secondary education is a minor so how is that a valid argument?



Then there are lots of adults who refuse to pay for Spotify. I would never pay twice a student. I do not need it in any case.

Segmentation is discrimination. Proportionally there are less black students at university, hence this is indirect discrimination!

It is also good business to charge Caucasians less than black people, so the local gym can be ethnically cleansed?
I do not think this is right.

If all adults are equal all prices should be the same for all.

We clearly do not agree.
Well, you'll all be pleased to know I found a new deal.
50% off pizza for all people! There's nothing in the T&Cs to state you need to be a student (even though it was being handed out at a student event). Still Coventry only (as far as I am aware) though. And there's a £30 minimum spend.
hotukdeals.com/vou…649 << I think it's awaiting moderation, but should be live in a few minutes I guess.
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