expired 3 Large Premium Pizzas $20 Pickup @ Domino's

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901864115361

Greetings everyone, just spotted in the Domino's offers app that they're offering 3 Large Premium, Traditional or Value Pizzas for $20.

Seems to be nationwide according to the offers app, and shows up on the website also, coupon codes can be found in the offers app as they may vary nationwide.

Note this works for all premium pizza's from what I can tell, there's no extra surcharge for Prawns.

These pizzas are usually approximately $16 - $18, so $6.67 each is great.


Some coupons I noted in my search:

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115361


Terms:

10% surcharge applies on Sundays. 15% surcharge applies on Public Holidays. Additional charges as displayed apply for extra toppings & half ‘n’ half. No half ‘n’ half allowed on Value Range or Vegan Cheese Pizzas. $2.95 extra for Gluten Free & Vegan Mozzarella. $3.45 extra for Cheesy Crust & Garlic Bread Crust. Garlic Bread Crust contains animal products & is not suitable for Vegetarians or Vegans. Upgrade to Extra Large pizzas for $3 extra. Available on Classic Crust Only. Extra Large pizzas are 50% bigger in surface size post-bake, and have 50% more toppings, than Large pizzas. Voucher Codes do not apply to the $3 surcharge for Extra Large pizzas. 50c extra for American Cheddar base sauce. No half ‘n’ half or substitute toppings allowed on the Value Range, New Yorker Range or Vegan Pizzas. Premium Pizzas more than Traditional Range. Minimum order amount for delivery $22 (excluding extended delivery, Sunday and Public Holiday surcharges). Prices for delivery higher than pick-up and varies by store. Drivers only carry $20 in change. All offers not valid with any other coupon or offer. Only available at selected stores. kJ information based on Pizza made on Classic Crust. The average adult daily energy intake is 8700kJ.


As always, enjoy :)

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Comments

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    Great deal

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    Thanks OP

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    Nice cheers.

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    How long is this deal for?

    • +4 votes

      According to the Offers app, it ends on the 15th of September at 11:59pm for most stores.

      • +1 vote

        Not bad.

        Great deal OP.. dinner and lunch sorted for the next two weeks ;)

        • +3 votes

          Don't forget to add a breakfast of champions, champ.

          Brett Lee did 7 Weetbix every morning. Imagine if he did 9. Or 3 premium pizzas.

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    Amazing!!! Awesome deal.

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    Thumbs up from me!

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    Wow! Thanks OP!

  • +4 votes

    My insulin may be down but my thumbs are up!

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    What a deal!

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    Thanks doweyy. Was looking for a cheap feed for the fam tonight.

  • +8 votes

    Congratulations on your 600th post!

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    When does it expire?

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    So do they surcharge you $5 for 3 value pizzas?

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      Who would be dumb enough to buy 3 of those pizzas though?

    • +1 vote

      I'm gonna say yes as their voucher system is not that advanced yet when giving more savings but add a few extra toppings or size changes and you bet they will recalculate that bleep.

      It goes both one way.

      But i ain't arguing i have no choice in my area.

  • +2 votes

    Did any one try new plant based beef range? Is that good?

    • +3 votes

      I imagine as good as vegan mozzarella sounds…

    • +1 vote

      I would be interested to try it as well.

      But knowing it's dominoes I feel it will be average like all of their other ingredients.

    • +1 vote

      I've heard it's very good, though haven't tried it yet myself.

    • +1 vote

      I got a targeted $8.95 deal on that but this deal makes me wanna put it in with 2 other pizzas.

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        I found a cheaper way, just use 7.95 code and add pizza with same name with real beef, swap beef to plant beef if needed :D $1 saved

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          Cool fair enough I just feel like the staff will even it and won't make it the same way like it will be some bizarro version of it and not taste the same kind of like how the value range tastes completely different to the other ranges.

          Any idea if the new plant based beef range is included in this 3 for $20 pickup deal? Or is it an exclusions apply kind of thing.

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            @AlienC: You can make it as I said using traditional pizzas (swap beef with plant beef) and add 3 for $20, I couldn't use the code with that 8.95 new range pizzas.

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              @bazingaa: Gonna need someone to try both and taste test it because I feel like there is more to the new range item than just the plant based beef like maybe some sauce or extra seasoning maybe.

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    These pizzas are usually approximately $16 - $18, so $6.67 each is great.

    nobody pays that much

    • +5 votes

      I would like to see a breakdown of how many people pay full price. It is probably more than you would think.

      • +2 votes

        Whenever I've been in the Clayton store I've noticed the Indians and Asians will just pay whatever the store price is

      • +8 votes

        I work in Domino's and take over the phone orders and just like you i was surprised by how many people just accept paying the full price of their order without asking if I can do some "magic" and make it cheaper for them through seeing if their order applies for any coupons. I know one order where a bloke paid $20+ for a Supreme.

    • +1 vote

      You would be surprised how many people just dont care. Even if you told them they could get the same thing for half price just by entering a code they have a stress attack… :=(
      On a similar note… one night i was getting fuel and noticed someone doing the same in the servo directly alongside.. where the price was 30c Lt more….

  • +1 vote

    Ordered three PREMIUM PIZZAS for tonight - $20, saved $25!

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    Ta, Doweyy. Dinner for three nights sorted.

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    Three premium pizzas for $20 is an amazing deal.
    I think at this price, it would convince quite a few to order these over value range (an extra $1-$1.50 per pizza)

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      Definitely the difference between toppings is not and day.

      I wonder if loaded Pepperoni is included in this deal. Sometimes you just crave the P.

  • +1 vote

    After the ebay deal, my first instinct was to type Pizza20 as the code

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    OMG yes this looks so good just placed an order mmmmmmmm happy tummy here I come :D

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    Thanks Good Value

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    I did some reading around and found that pizza starts to enter the danger zone after 2 hours on the counter, dinner table, room temperature etc.

    In the fridge they can last up to 4 days then on the fifth day they start entering the danger zone aka the risk of food borne illnesses start to multiply something like doubles every 20 minutes which is kind of scary if you think about it.

    In the freezer any pizza can last between 4 to 6 months but all depends on proper food handling and storage.

    I am definitely guilty of leaving boxes of pizza just lying around outside the fridge over a weekend which is not good so it could explain some food sicknesses I may have had around those times due to expired or dangerous pizza.

    Eat safely all.

    TL;DR pizza is safe 2 hours at room temperature, up to 4 days in the fridge and 4 to 6 months in the freezer

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      Also depends on your tolerance and what not…. generally food u cook urself should be a lot better then food u buy and leave out for extended periods of time. Don’t know how people cooked set items or what illness/bacteria the person had during time of cooking.
      Some people are hard on rules of refrigeration straight after use and expectation dates ect… many a dishes we have cooked at home we leave overnight not in the fridge and eat a couple days later have never caused us to be ill, even in summer. Including such dishes as prawns, meats, some vegs, ect…
      yes they say it’s not good to do but they don’t fully understand how our body works in that way but in case of people who are sensitive/weak immune systems ect, take more caution.
      Several days (more then 2) for take away though is generally more risky… there was a case I read a year or so back of a student who left out pasta with sauce for 5 days, ate it and died by going into shock or being paralysed and dying due to the high bacteria build up. But that’s extreme

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        Also depends on your tolerance and what not….

        There isn't really a tolerance for things like salmonella

        generally food u cook urself should be a lot better then food u buy and leave out for extended periods of time.

        No it isn't.
        Both are the same if both are cooked properly.

        Don’t know how people cooked set items or what illness/bacteria the person had during time of cooking.

        It doesn't matter what they had because the cooking process will kill bacteria. That's why cooking food makes it safe to eat and store.

        Some people are hard on rules of refrigeration straight after use and expectation dates ect…

        That's because you can get sick and even die.

        many a dishes we have cooked at home we leave overnight not in the fridge and eat a couple days later

        And you said for cooked at home is safer?
        I would never eat from your house.

        yes they say it’s not good to do

        That's because it isn't good to do.

        but they don’t fully understand how our body works in that way but in case of people who are sensitive/weak immune systems ect, take more caution.

        Yes they do.
        Unless you are saying that scientists don't know how to do their job?

        Several days (more then 2) for take away though is generally more risky…

        That's stupid not risky.
        After 4 hours you should throw it our.

        You should read this
        http://www.foodstandards.gov.au/consumer/safety/faqsafety/pa...

        there was a case I read a year or so back of a student who left out pasta with sauce for 5 days, ate it and died

        That's why you need to keep food in the fridge.

    • +3 votes

      These are the same people who suggest "keep a refrigerated cooler bag and use it for any refrigerable items when the shop is one hour away or more" or that milk (including iced coffees) spoils after 2 hours out of the fridge.

      So I'd take it with a grain of salt.
      I've eaten pizza over 2hrs old at room temperature. Obviously I wouldn't go a full weekend or anything, but the next morning I've heated it up or put it in the fridge and it's been fine.

      Everyone didn't die before refrigeration.
      Oh and best before dates don't equal expiry, like these people might lead you to believe.

      YMMV
      I have a feeling I need to include a disclaimer so please don't eat food that's been out for over these times if you have a weaker immune system or are more susceptible to illness

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        Not sure about the rest as pizza feels same to me after a weekend in a box just more cardboard texture but for iced coffees I can vouch that if they are out of the fridge for maybe say 8 hours they go from taste good to oh dear good God what the Hell is this really quickly.

        Cold chocolate milk also does this.

        Source: I left one in my bag exhaustedly few times for more than 8 hours… I had to chuck it

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          After 8 hours it will taste terrible yes.
          But like if you leave it for 8 hours and then refrigerate it again and drink it cold again it'll be all good.

          Haven't left pizza out of the box all weekend so can't say for sure though.

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            @pennypincher98: My experience was leaving the cold chocolate milk or ice coffee overnight outside the fridge in my bedroom made it taste bad the next day that no amount of refrigerating could bring back.

            Even with my room being much cooler than normal it still always managed to spoil fast usually within a day.

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              @AlienC: I haven't left it overnight so I can't say, but I've left it in my bag for most of the day. It's been fine once refrigerated again. Not so nice warm though.

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        These are the same people who suggest "keep a refrigerated cooler bag and use it for any refrigerable items when the shop is one hour away or more" or that milk (including iced coffees) spoils after 2 hours out of the fridge.

        Food kept between 5 and 60 degrees can be refrigerated up to 2 hours.
        After 2 hours you should use or eat the food
        After 4 hours you should throw it out.

        http://www.foodstandards.gov.au/consumer/safety/faqsafety/pa...

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          And this is why we have so much waste in today's society. I read your post above.

          Did everyone die before refrigeration?
          No, it's basically just because everyone doesn't want to get sued.

          I'm disgusted if you throw out things like cherry tomatoes after their best before date. It's just required by law. They are still fine.

          4 hours you're kidding me. I take a packed lunch with me it's out of the fridge more than 4 hours.

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      Pizza tastes like sh!t if you leave it in the fridge

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    Might buy some just to see how they go frozen for a while.

    • +1 vote

      Not great. I used to do it often. Buy pizza, wrap in glad wrap, into a container into the freezer. None of each slice tastes great beyond a couple of days, but the crust in particular where there's no topping dries out and is like chewing leather. I found sprinkling a little water on top with your fingers before microwaving made it better. (A squirter bottle would be better again.)

      Microwave then grill is a little better because the microwave kind of steams it - so it starts out soggy but quickly goes hard because you've driven off the moisture. The best result I got by adding your own cheese either before freezing, or just before reheating. As before, microwave for a short time to heat the inside, then grill to finish heating through by watching until the cheese browns. I forget the time now but I think it was something like 1m20s for 1 slice in the microwave (or 2m for 2x), then 2 minutes under the grill. Sometimes I reversed that order. So if you try the first sequence, but it's still cold inside, just microwave a bit more.

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        I can't tell the difference.

        Let it thaw, or thaw it gently in the microwave.

        Put it in the sandwich press to heat it up and keep the crust crispy.

  • +1 vote

    The box tastes OK, the content is good for the dog.

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    So good

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    I live in the Parramatta area and the code is 859865 :)

  • +1 vote

    115361

    Isn't nationwide…

    Note this works for all premium pizza's from what I can tell, there's no extra surcharge for Prawns.

    $3….

    Edit: Wow their website looks better than Pizza Hut's!

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    Looks like Pizza for dinner tonight. Thanks OP!

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    how can i order more than 3 pizza. Like if i want to order 12 premium pizzas and use the voucher for all 12 pizza in 1 order and pay $80. Is that possible.

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    Just ordered my 3 premium pizas. What a load or garbage!
    Would be lucky if more than 1/3 of the pizza had any meat on it.
    Even for $7.00 each its a rip-off!

    • +5 votes

      I noticed whenever these deals are on they reduce the amount of toppings they put on the pizzas. Kinda lame thing to do. Either offer genuine discounts without messing with the toppings or don't offer discounts.

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        Yeah I had three on Saturday night. The chicken wasn't white, and they had gone nuts on the final sauce swirl.

        I'd think if you were trying to demonstrate a premium offering, you'd try to ensure it was superior to a regular offering

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        Great way to ruin thier reputation

        But somehow I think its the individual franchisee doing this trying to keep the pizzas profitable.

        I know that Domino's franchisees often complain about these money loosing deals.

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      Must be store specific and them being stingy with ingredients for whatever reasons, mine were alright….the only thing they messed up was their crust consistency…..ordered deep pan and half the pizzas looked like thin and crispy instead…..

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    Doesn't work in Newtown or Enmore 😕

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    what are the best premium pizzas? been a traditional plebian my whole life

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    Thanks

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    used to crave these, took about 2 years before cravings go away xD

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    dinner sorted

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