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½ Price Dr.Oetker Ristorante Pizza Varieties $3.95 @ Coles

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  • +1 vote

    Excellent. Time to restock.

  • +9 votes

    Not good anymore ,Domino's is better & I can't believe I've said it.

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      $10 a kilo for frozen pizza.
      I wonder how much dimino's is per kilo.

      I wonder how much my local pizza shop $13.90 large pizza weigh.

      • +1 vote

        Dough is heavy and cheap. Need to measure the toppings :)

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      Completely agree

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    Did the receipt changed? I find them not as good as it used to be. They were my number 1 go to for frozen pizza

    • +1 vote

      maybe avoid the ones that have "Made in Canada" on the box 🤔

      • +3 votes

        All pizza flavours have changed for the worse, not great anymore compared to a year+ ago

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          I agree, now I found the Rustica form McCann has stood out.

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          Agree. The only flavours that are still somewhat okay are Mozzarella and Quadro Stagioni (both with cheese topping). Hawaiian is too sweet, Spinach too salty, and that Canadian made salami pizza is horrible.

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        Some are make in Italy.

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          Please don’t bring Italy into this..

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    This or Domino's or Pizza Hut?

    • +1 vote

      Domino's is just sad. Pizza Hut is pretty decent but it's pricier than $4

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        spend the extra dollar and go for Dominos value range hot and ready to eat lol

    • +1 vote

      Domino's, these are ass now, used to be good but now hardly any toppings, all base.

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    $1.50 for pepperoni and mushroom or the vegetable one at spudshed

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      Damn it's 2 for $5 at my local.

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    Outrageous! These use to be $3.50 at 50% off, no deal Doctor Oetker.

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      Used to be $2.95 i think 10 years back

    • +1 vote

      Amazing what printing off billions of extra dollars of money to give to mostly supermarkets and multinational corporations (because everything else is closed) does to an economy in under a year isn't it?

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    Wait is the speciale back??

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      nope, the link isn't working. that's my favorite flavor and they discontinued it!!! T_T

      • +1 vote

        discontinued line explains why they were 2 for $3 at spudshed on the weekend.

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        Ohh no! When I saw the name I was like is it back?! Sadly it’s also my spouse and myself fave :( although tried one (not the speciale) last time they were on special and the quality seemed went downhill :/

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    Since coles app updated, I cannot find all the half-price products anymore. Anyone know where to find them?

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      there's a 3rd party 1/2price app

      also someone posts the weekly here

  • -2 votes

    Frozen pizza in this country is crap. The US has so many half decent options. How hard is it to make a decent pizza???

  • +2 votes

    sadly, this is the best frozen pizza in the country

  • +1 vote

    Kids, there was time in my life when I only ate this regularly for an extended period. This food is not tasty and has poor nutrition. Ok to consume once in a while, but not hundreds as I did :)

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    I tried the Coles finest pizza recently. I thought it was pretty good. Maybe they want people to buy that instead.

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    Looks like it doesn't include gluten free =(
    I don't know of any brand that makes gluten free frozen supermarket pizza

    • +1 vote

      It's pretty hard almost impossible to do so. Gluten is what makes the dough stretch and trap air bubbles that make the pizza light and airy. And in bread as well.

  • +2 votes

    I can remember when these were $4.99 full price before they started their half price promos. And in the UK, they used to be 3 for 5GBP.
    I would rather go to Dominos and pay $5 for a large special pepperoni.

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    Yeah these simply aren't good anymore sadly.

    If you want to fill yourself with cheap, nasty garbage dominos is a better choice.

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      Agree they are absolute rubbish… Are there any frozen pizzas that are good?

      • +1 vote

        I personally just buy whatever brand then use it as a base to add things to so it isn't as bad.
        Like adding more meat/herbs/spices+cheese to a cheap frozen meatlovers.
        Still I dont think there's much they can do to make their bases better.

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        Nah not really, I think the next best thing is buying ones like the "fresh" ones from spudshed or similar, and freezing them if you need longer shelf life.