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[QLD] D'agostino Fresh Pizza Range $1.50 @ Woolworths

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With Dominos recent price increases, pizza is rapidly turning into a luxury for the rich and famous.

So for those of us who may not have the almighty 6 figure salary or maybe trying to get their foot in the door on a 30 year home loan

these D'agostino pizzas for $1.50 make for some cheap fodder to keep the machine running.

Personally I dont rate the flavour and Mc'cains frozen @ 3.50 (when on special) a pop are alot more palatable.

But for a buck fifty, its practically money in the bank with all the money youll save by not buying real food.

If no stock, you can get a raincheck from the service counter.

Looks to be QLD only.

May only be metro or may only be Brisbane, Im not sure how Woolies Geo-locate deals.

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  • +1 vote

    Price showing as $3.50 for me?

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    Showing as $3.50

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    Same

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    Showing $3.50 in Vic. Must be $1.50 in Brissy/QLD

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    Might be qld only

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    Showing as $1.50 for me (Queensland)

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    Showing as $3.50, which puts it in the same ball park as a $5 Domino’s pizza, making it out of reach for anyone other than the rich and mortgageless.

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    If no stock, you can get a raincheck from the service counter.

    How does one do this and what does it do?

    • +3 votes

      When something is out of stock but on sale you can ask for a raincheck. They give you something like a voucher and once the item is back in stock you can have it for the price it was on sale. Usually limited to six of the same item.

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        Ah nice.

        Just had to make sure because the first thing that came to mind was the when the cooked chickens area is out of stock aka no chickens then they give you a chicken for free or voucher or something so I was hoping it was something like that but not free but still good with a raincheck voucher.

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    Good find and even better post :)

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    Anyone try these? how are they? Specifically the crust? Is it really thick like most of these fridge/freeze pizzas?

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      To be honest i like them better than the domino's value range. The salami one is pretty spicy and my kids don't like it.

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        Domino's pepperoni value range has definitely been cut back with lesser toppings and I think even lesser cheese it is noticeable now compared to non value range 100%.

        You could add more cheese at least to this at a huge fraction of the cost.

        Adding cheese to domino's orders is probably useless they maybe add 50 cents worth of cheese for $2 if you are lucky..better to buy a scratch me happy with that kind of crappy return.

        I wanna say making at home is cheaper but when you add up everything else involved from using the oven to cleaning the pizza tray and dishes and the waste it creates but getting a cheap pizza for $5 to $8 (traditional vouchers and 50% off deals) and only having to throw away the cardboard it really is hard to decide some times.

        I mean making pizza at home has to be cheaper at the end of the day when you add up all the costs and everything unless you disconnect the gas and electricity or something and run on a small off grid solution to take out daily supply charge costs or I don't know what I am talking about…

        Homemade is nice but the extra work involved can be a bummer if you are not in the mood for it or don't have the tools or workspace or even ability to make a mess.

        Life is tricky hard yo.

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          I have a tip for you from a chef. Put 1 coffee mug of greek yogurt in a bucket (2-4l would work) add some salt and stir to dissolve. Now add 2 cups s/r flour and mix with the back of a wooden spoon, (dont be a smart arse and use a whisk, its to thick and you will likely break it). Once it comes together kneed in the bucket for 7-8 mins.

          Spread it out on the tray, top and cook.

          Total dishes made: bucket, that wont have any flour ect left in it a spoon and a tray.

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      I had the supreme one for lunch today and it was decent. For $1.50 you can't go wrong. I wouldn't buy them for $3.50 (get a $5 Domino's instead) but for $1.50, yes, definitely.

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      I've picked up a couple of them when then were <$2 because they were close to best before date. Perhaps it was because of that, but they were very bland. I think the bar I set for food taste is not very high at all either. I ended up adding a bunch of random stuff from my fridge - cheese, ham, salami, olives, tomatoes, on the remaining ones. Not really a super thick crust I don't think.

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    Have a + for the intro my friend

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    I'll rate this simply for the introduction. For a second there i thought i was getting to from my father.

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    shows up $3.5 for me in qld

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    yeah checked a few qld stores now coming up $1.5

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    Mine shows up $1.50, Brisbane

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    $1.50 for me (North Lakes, QLD)

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    Showing as $1.50 for me. Checked a few Brisbane stores (not all), they appeared to have them for $1.50

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    It's always sunnier un BNE. And pizzier.

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    It showed up as $3.50 at first but then I signed in and it changed to $1.50 might be online only price?

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    I think generally Aldi's has the cheapest pizzas which are $3. I remember at coles there was savings branded pizzas, they were very cheap but did not taste very good but anyway eating these cheap foods you'll pay for by developing ill health. The most cost effective and healthy meals are meals based on potatoes, rice, beans etc.

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      Not if you're obese they're not. Potatoes and rice are not gonna help your situation one bit.

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        Potatoes and rice are very low in fat, they are the best things to eat if a person is obese.

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          …coz there's no fat Irishmen or Chinese?

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          Low in fat doesn't mean it's good for you. All that starch gets converted to glucose. Potatoes are a food to limit if you're diabetic. (Being obese is one of the major risk factors for diabetes). I don't know where you're getting your health misinformation, but please don't share it.

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    Shows $3.50 online, I went to the app and shows $1.50

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    Can confirm this works in store! :) It still said $3.50 but when I scanned it the price changed to $1.50 #pizzafordinner thanks op

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    These are disgusting.

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    In VIC, but +1 for the description effort.

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    There's a coupon on Ozbargain right now for traditional and premium Dominos pizzas that'll bring a large supreme down to $7.47 and a large loaded supreme down to $8.97. Grranted that's roughly 5x and 6.5x what one of these uncooked salty rubber circles is worth but "pizza is rapidly turning into a luxury for the rich and famous" is a bit of a whine, even as a joke.

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      I think they are all priced decently but I mean for less than $2 it might be good for another category like snacking as opposed to domino's feeling like a full heavy meal twice over.

      It definitely plays the value card well but people should know what they are getting into because it won't be good maybe if you are really hungry or want something really solid but for a lighter snack sure.

      Some garlic breads are more expensive which really puts it into perspective.

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        I bought a bunch of the Supreme ones last time they were cheap and actually froze them. They weren't terrible except for one thing. Damn they were salty! It ruined them. I decided not to do it this time. I'd rather pay $5 for a McCain Supreme on special. If I'm going to eat junk that's going to kill me it has to at least taste good ;-)

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          Fair enough.

          Off topic but still kind of on topic - best to avoid aldi popcorn brand then I forgot what they are called but they are so cheap like less than a dollar but so tasty and delicious and full of salt and butter like honestly about 3 to 4 times more salt and butter than the blue poppins one it is a next level flavour explosion.

          Needs more scraping of the inside of the bag to get the salt and butter but so worth it.

          Even by my standards the salt and butter is pretty extreme but it beats the poppins under salted and practically non existent butter flavour.

          The packaging is really nice too but yeah

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            @AlienC: I think you can go too far with salt on any food, but it would be harder with popcorn…haven't tried Aldi.

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              @syousef: Most of the other popcorn I have tried were very under whelming n no flavour hardly any butter some salt.

              Aldi one is a bit better but on the extreme but you have to scrape the insides to get the extra flavour.

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