$10 off Any Full Size Cake (from $29.95) @ The Cheesecake Shop

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$10 off any full size cake.
Over 30 cakes to choose from!

I received this for Moonee Ponds (VIC) cheesecake shop, but I was able to add it to the store online.

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  • +5 votes

    Damn no stores in my 5km

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      Me too!

      Everyone is using food delivery these days. If The Cheesecake Shop don’t, they will just fall behind.

      I think people would be wiling to pay a little extra for these considerably novelty cheesecakes.

      • +2 votes

        they are on the food delivery apps, just at an insane markup. same story with krispy kreme

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          I checked Ubereats, Deliveroo, Menulog and DoorDash but it’s not there. Which app is it?

        • +2 votes

          they are on the food delivery apps, just at an insane markup.

          You ain't wrong there!

          Always a bit of a laugh when a food retailer has their own menu prices easily available, and then you see the crazy markups they do for food delivery apps.

          This one … a $39 cake goes to $59, then delivery, then service fees.

          • +1 vote

            @photonbuddy: It seems that this is deemed to be the cost you pay for "convenience".

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              @Ade99:

              It seems that this is deemed to be the cost you pay for "convenience".

              Well … it seems to be the cost we pay to greedy multi-national gig companies that blow their money on high-priced celebrities to spruik their services!

              I was reading that most of them aren't making money yet. Hard to fathom given what they screw the restaurants out of.

              • +1 vote

                @photonbuddy: Which is one reason I will never use any delivery company. The other being the exploitation of their drivers. Already several deaths of those scooter riders delivering food for below minimum wage. People really need to have a hard think about using these companies. Their long term plan is to set up commercial kitchens under one massive warehouse type building solely designed for delivery only. It would be like a food court with an Indian kitchen next to a Chinese next to a Thai etc etc. So your local restaurant will disappear. Do not use them.

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                • +1 vote

                  @Foxxster:

                  Which is one reason I will never use any delivery company. The other being the exploitation of their drivers. Already several deaths of those scooter riders delivering food for below minimum wage.

                  While I certainly agree the wages are low, there are people willing to do the job for that price. Just like delivering junk mail is under-paid, people still do it.

                  If your options are sitting at home on your butt doing nothing, or going out and earning $10/hr, some people will choose the latter.

                  Think of it this way: By you not using these services, some poor (probably literally!) person won't make rent that week.

                  Whilst I accept that the pressure to get deliveries done in a timely manner certainly adds to the risks, the delivery companies can't be held totally responsible.

                  The restaurants who pay through the nose for the service could team-up with other local restaurants to offer a delivery service, but that wouldn't meld with the competitive edge.

                  Some restaurants don't play the games, though. KFC charge their $8.95 delivery fee on all platforms, and I've never seen them lower. They also tend not to be part of the new monthly subscription thing which gives free delivery.

                  massive warehouse type building solely designed for delivery only.

                  Coles are doing this. They now have 'dark' stores for delivery only. They do it in a silly way though, running it as a normal store, where they get stock into a warehouse, then one group of employees stock the shelves, then another group pick ordered stock from the shelves for delivery.

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                  @Foxxster: they already have these in some places

              • +1 vote

                @photonbuddy: This is why crypto and decentralisation is massive and can come in to help to remove 3rd parties, so all costs goes directly from the buyer to the seller.

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                  @ilovefullprice:

                  This is why crypto and decentralisation is massive and can come in to help to remove 3rd parties,

                  Unless those 2nd parties are investing in delivery networks - it's unlikely your local fish shop is - this is irrelevant. There will still be a 3rd party to handle the delivery system.

                  • +1 vote

                    @photonbuddy: 1st and 2nd parties do not need to invest anything, they are just the users of the network.

                    In a decentralised world, the role of 3rd parties will be significantly reduced because more trust will be placed on code alone, rather than on people. As a result almost 100% of the cost will flow directly from buyers back to sellers, without the 3rd party taking out a big cut.

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                      @ilovefullprice: without the 3rd party taking out a big cut.

                      Your dreaming. Do you really think all these restaurants WANT to pay delivery companies so much? If they want customers to have food delivered, they either invest in their own delivery staff, or they pay someone else to do the job.

                      Almost all pizza places, chains and independents, have their own delivery service already. Even massive fast food joints like Maccas can't be bothered setting their own up, and choose to partner with delivery companies.

                      Then … there's the final reason why crypto is a LONG way off for everyday usage. That is, it can lose value wildly quickly. Johny's fish shop can't afford to take crypto because by the time he cashes it in to pay his bills, it might be worth 20% less.

                      The wild swings in value is why crypto won't catch on. Far too risky for a business to hold crypto.

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                        @photonbuddy: Not only limited to food delivery. 3rd party marketplaces like eBay takes a huge 10.9% cut on every single sale.

                        Restaurants who agree to take up food deliveries are usually pitched by these food deliveries companies that yes even though the food deliveries company is taking out a big cut, but there would also be a huge increase in sales volume for the restaurant, and when the increase in sales volume exceeds the cost delivery threshold, the restaurant would still make a profit.

                        Yes, you are not wrong that there is still a long way to go for crypto/blockchain/decentralisation. And that’s the beauty of this tech space, in that it is not static but can evolve and change to get stronger and better.

                        In terms of volatility, there are stablecoins.

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                      @ilovefullprice: This could work

          • +1 vote

            @photonbuddy: don't the likes of uber eats take 30% of the cost as a fee from the restaurant & then the user pays a delivery fee too

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              @Irishness: don't the likes of uber eats take 30% of the cost as a fee from the restaurant & then the user pays a delivery fee too

              Some hideous percentage like that, yes. That's why pretty much all restaurants jack their menu prices up.

              It makes it very hard when you know what you could buy for if you got off your butt and drove there yourself. If it's only a couple of bucks on a $30 order, you cop it for the convenience, but an extra $20 on a $40 cake is beyond the pale.

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              • +1 vote

                @photonbuddy: Decentralisation would also help in minimising the jacking up of prices being passed on to customers.

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                  @ilovefullprice:

                  Decentralisation would also help in minimising the jacking up of prices being passed on to customers.

                  How? The 3rd party will need to know how much is being charged so they can take their fee. The restaurant will still have to jack their prices if they want to make the same profit.

                  Whether you pay in cash, cows, or ducks, the key to price jacking is not the media, but the fees being charged.

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                    @photonbuddy: How? A fundamental feature of decentralisation is:

                    In code we trust

                    One reason why 3rd parties have to charge fees is because they have to cover their own overhead costs such as employee salaries, office rental space etc. If we have an ecosystem which is entirely built on just programming codes, this ecosystem would eliminate the need of hiring staff and office space, therefore reducing overheads.

                    The link below shows us baby steps of the beginnings of a decentralised world cutting these overheads and benefiting 1st and 2nd parties (albeit using Bitcoin which is volatile):

                    https://imgur.com/a/kY8AJC5

                    • -1 vote

                      @ilovefullprice:

                      If we have an ecosystem which is entirely built on just programming codes, this ecosystem would eliminate the need of hiring staff and office space,

                      That is just idiotic. How do you think code is going to handle support issues? Do you REALLY think these gig economy companies haven't already tried their best to slim down their costs?

                      All those employees got added because of a need. Code simply can't replace those needs, not any time soon, anyway.

                      I think you're drinking a little too much kool-aid!

                      The link below shows us baby steps of the beginnings of a decentralised world cutting these overheads and benefiting 1st and 2nd parties

                      And the singularly most important word in that whole title is COULD.

                      The list of things that could happen, spewed out by supposed professionals, is mind bogglingly inaccurate.

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                        @photonbuddy: Things like handling support issues in a decentralised world is not easy, but it doesn’t mean it’s impossible. What COULD be done also doesn’t mean it’s impossible. There are already projects now working on these things. Also, the very notion of “In code we trust” means anything that requires support would also be handled by code.

                        Blockchain technology is still very new to the world, and as we speak people are building decentralised systems from the ground up, such as Web 3.0, decentralised delivery systems etc. This is a big feat and blockchain systems needs to evolve and mature before gig economy companies picks up the system.

                        Essentially the fundamental disagreement here is:

                        Code simply can't replace those needs, not any time soon, anyway.

                        If you are a boomer, you probably won’t be able to see the fruits of decentralisation in your lifetime.

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                          @ilovefullprice:

                          means anything that requires support would also be handled by code.

                          And we've seen how well that works!

                          If you are a boomer, you probably won’t be able to see the fruits of decentralisation in your lifetime.

                          So what you're really saying is that at the moment it's a pipe dream! I think we can both agree on that.

  • +5 votes

    Any recommendation coz I find their cheesecakes to be average.

    • +9 votes

      Recommend not eating one then.

      Caramel glaze mudcake coming my way..

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      Fruit Flan; it's not sickly sweet. Very tasty.

      Edit: Scrap that; looks.like they've changed it and now the new one is rekt.

    • +1 vote

      caramel glaze mudcake

      • +2 votes

        …a couple of $'s at Woolies?

    • +2 votes

      Their wild berry cheesecake is pretty nice

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      Tiramisu if you like coffee

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      The Cake Merchant chain does amazing cheesecakes. I'd try them out of you have one close to you.

    • +3 votes

      The kids rainbow cake is great.

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      I haven't eaten one in a while but I do recall them being significantly differentiated from my $4 (when on sale) Sara Lee frozen cheesecakes… but they are satisfying when you're craving for one!

  • +11 votes

    Last time at my local the owners wife yelled at me because I didn't have a voucher.

    • +2 votes

      The entertainment book has a vourcher for $10 off.

    • +3 votes

      How did you respond to her yelling? What was the outcome?

    • +1 vote

      Hard no to ordering from here then.

      Sorry about the experience.

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    Code doesn't seem to apply to the order upon checkout. Might not work for NSW stores

    • +1 vote

      Can confirm it works in NSW. Just ordered and paid for a 60 dollar cake with personalisation.

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      I can also confirm that it works in NSW.

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      Definitely works for NSW

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      Thanks all will try again !

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    I tried it on a 29.95 cake, it didn't seem to work. I also changed the location to Moonee ponds, it didn't work too.

    • +4 votes

      Works with the $30.95+ cakes.

  • +5 votes

    Cheapest option seems to be $20+ for a crappy cheesecake (with the $10 discount), absolute rip.

  • +4 votes

    Have to give $10. Not worth the $40-50 online price tag now. Better off going to actual patisserie/cake shop

  • +7 votes

    WOW… $31 for fake baked American cheesecake. Get oudda here.

    Even at $21, that's way over the top for a slimey cheesecake.

    I'll make my own thankyou, for less than half the price and it will be real baked with some brown bits and a few cracks.

    • +18 votes

      ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) brown bits and cracks

      • +2 votes

        Username checks out

  • +5 votes

    If your cake is getting a bit old just put it in the blender with some milk and you got yourself a cake shake.

  • +1 vote

    I have never purchased from them before
    Please recommend a cake that has the least sugar
    I like real cheesecake because it's not sweet, but the frozen ones from supermarkets have too much sugar
    For reference, I don't put sugar in coffee and I don't like soft drinks
    Thanks in advance

    • +25 votes

      If you’re limiting sugar intake then the cheesecake shop is not the right shop for you.

      • +2 votes

        Thanks, perhaps I will stick with my local Polish cafe then
        Their Polish cheesecake is the best

        • +1 vote

          Thank you for this information.

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          Where is this Polish cafe?

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            @J4ckal: Not sure where you live but I am sure you can find one on Google Map
            I like the real cheese taste of Polish ones
            It only uses half of the amount of sugar compare with New York cheesecake

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              @TanedaR: There's not too many around so was wondering if it was a particular one that you liked? I'm in Melbourne.

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          good for you.

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        thanks just saved me $20.95

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    Seems to work for SA.

    Might even end up using it

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    Works in Perth, thanks

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      Which one did u get ?

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    I cant get it today :( online shows pick up on 15th sept..

  • +5 votes

    Got a slice of cheese cake at woolies a weeks ago and spent my birthday at home alone (not crying). Getting a full one now, thanks op

    • +7 votes

      I'm not ashamed to admit that we bought this Coles cheesecake the other week and it was so good! It made us go on a bit of a cheesecake binge to try different brands of cheesecake, including the Cheesecake Shop (which tasted the worst of the lot), and we have concluded that nothing can compare to the Coles one…

      • +1 vote

        That Coles one looks nice for $12. Might give it a try when I'm feeling lazy and wanting cheesecake.