Domino's any pizza delivered for £9.99 [ends 15th Aug]

Rat

VIP Member
VIP Member
Joined
Aug 29, 2001
Messages
41,829
Reaction score
12,510
Domino's any pizza delivered for £9.99
Quote offer in store or buy online, starts Weds 11 Aug
What: Any pizza £9.99 When: Every day
Ends: Sun 15 Aug Where: Nearest Dominos
How: Order online or in store, quoting the offer Food: Pizza


Restrictions: Valid at participating stores, subject to availability. Quote the offer in store or order online (go to ‘Meal Deals’ section of the website and select the £9.99 offer). Not valid with other offers. Double Decadence and Dominator bases will be charged extra. Valid for collection and delivery.


Notes: This promotion starts from Weds 11 Aug and lasts until Sun 15 Aug. This offer will get you any pizza, any size, for £9.99 delivered.

A strong feature of this deal is that it also includes 'Create Your Own' pizzas with up to 4 toppings. With the average large pizza at Dominos costing up to £17, this is a hefty saving on a night in.


http://www.dominos.co.uk/
 
Last edited by a moderator:

zad

Inactive User
Joined
Dec 26, 2005
Messages
2,901
Reaction score
658
Location
Wigan, United Kingdom
how the hell do they stay in business the prices are feckin scandalous, asda's fresh for me all the way...
 

Lanstrom

DW Member +
Joined
Jul 19, 2006
Messages
797
Reaction score
35
Location
On a cold and deserlet island
how the hell do they stay in business the prices are feckin scandalous, asda's fresh for me all the way...

I find the bases always go hard on the asda fresh ones. Maybe I am doing something wrong but they taste nowhere near as good as Perfect Pizza (where I normally pay about £17 for 2 LARGE pizzas with stuffed crusts).

The Pizza Doods here ! ... was that in the goonies ? :)
 

edcase

Inactive User
Joined
May 2, 2005
Messages
1,161
Reaction score
18
Dominos is nice from time to time, but it is way too expensive for what it is. The 2 for tuesday is the best deal they do.

Chicago town takeaway pizzas are about the best frozen ones I have tried.

Though if im hungry I go and chat up the old "dinner lady" looking woman on the create your own pizza thing at asda.
It doesn't matter if you only get 4 toppings when each topping is 1/2" thick ;D

Get a proper feed for about £3.
 

sargie

VIP Member
VIP Member
Joined
Nov 9, 2005
Messages
8,840
Reaction score
475
Location
In limbo!
I find the bases always go hard on the asda fresh ones. Maybe I am doing something wrong but they taste nowhere near as good as Perfect Pizza (where I normally pay about £17 for 2 LARGE pizzas with stuffed crusts).

The Pizza Doods here ! ... was that in the goonies ? :)

Asda stuffed crust are awesome m8 they don't go hard like the bigger bases they do.
 

zad

Inactive User
Joined
Dec 26, 2005
Messages
2,901
Reaction score
658
Location
Wigan, United Kingdom
never have an issue with dry crust on stone bake base, I tend to get garlic oil poured on my pizza and cook it on 180c in a fan oven for 9 / 10 min :)
 

edcase

Inactive User
Joined
May 2, 2005
Messages
1,161
Reaction score
18
never have an issue with dry crust on stone bake base, I tend to get garlic oil poured on my pizza and cook it on 180c in a fan oven for 9 / 10 min :)

Yeh, stonebaked is the one, I always get the chilli oil on mine though. Ive not had a problem with it drying out either.
 

Lanstrom

DW Member +
Joined
Jul 19, 2006
Messages
797
Reaction score
35
Location
On a cold and deserlet island
Cheers Lads. Looks like stonebaked is the future for me then. Do they do that with a stuffed crust on a 'create your own' ?
 
TEST
Top