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    They are yummy but way too expensive for me!
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    (Original post by Katiechops)
    The dips are 39p each arent they? ...or you could do 4 for £1, then youre getting more and saving money!
    39p, three for a pound [=
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    (Original post by Gofre)
    39p, three for a pound [=
    Ooooooooo cheeky robbing things, we charge £1 for 4!
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    They're expensive but worth it as a treat, and with the vouchers and special offers and with several people sharing they don't break the bank.
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    We usually stick to Two for Tuesday...also their chicken kickers taste amazing!
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    Thank God it's expensive or I'd gain about two stone.
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    LOVE IT. Though when I'm skint rI still can't resist the cookies. NOM!!!
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    It's 50% off if you pick it up and have an NHS card. £8.50 isn't so bad...
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    A large chicken and pepperoni pizza with dominator base, covered in black pepper with garlic and herb dip. Totally worth it.
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    (Original post by itsamemario666)
    It's 50% off if you pick it up and have an NHS card. £8.50 isn't so bad...
    NHS card, heh.

    Didn't know about the student discount though, cheers.
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    i love dominos. and the cookies and garlic pizza bread are sublime. i do agree about the pizza bread being too small though. price wise, our local dominos take to attaching vouchers to the pizza box, instead of menus :P

    as for pizza hut, i'v actually always found their pizzas quite bland. also, their garlic and herb dip is vile. i do enjoy their buffet though
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    (Original post by Cicerao)
    **** off, I'm desperate for pizza but I'm short by 35p.
    They'd probably let you off.

    Well, they would around here, but that's because me and my brother order a lot and they have our details and recognise our number on their system
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    I usually get a Full House, without pineapple but with extra sausage. Their chicken wings are really good compared to other places as well.
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    Domino's is lovely - my friends and I went there a couple of months ago during a lunch break and got 6 decent sized pizzas for £21 or so, so it only cost around £3.50 each
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    Dominoes is overpriced but still awesome, more or less best Pizza chain in the UK, Papa Johns is great too but I haven't ordered from there in a whiiile
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    If you order with enough people with the right voucher, half a large pizza is about £2.00 each which is pretty cheap. Also I love the chicken kickers that they do! they are so good
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    I'm lactose intolerant and I will wolf down a Texas BBQ with bucketloads of garlic & herb dip whenever I can find someone to share the heavy burden of the price. I will lie in bed for the next hour with horrific stomach cramp and nausea but IT'S SO WORTH IT.

    I used to like Pizza Hut, but now their cheese tastes really acidic

    If Dominos did a PROPER cheese stuffed crust it would be my version of heaven.

    P.S. Chicken Strippers LOL.
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    It is nice, I admit, but I'm not fussy and most pizzas taste the same to me, so I might go to a cheaper, local place.
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    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...pay-12-49.html
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    Two for Tuesdays is where it's at.

    My housemate will casually suggest it, knowing I have no ****ing willpower,
 
 
 
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