Love a takeaway pizza but find it too expensive? Read on to find the best places to find Domino’s vouchers and how to get your meal for less.
I love takeaway food and eat far too much. But if there’s one meal my family loves the most, it’s Domino’s. If you’ve never tried the cookies, then give it a go. You won’t regret it. And don’t get me started on the chocolate pizza… However, the main issue with Domino’s is the cost. A meal for five usually comes to around £60, which I’m sure you’ll agree is far too much for a night in. So how do you go about making this meal more affordable?
Three great places to check for Domino’s vouchers – HotUKDeals and LatestDeals. Latest Deals allows you to enter your postcode and they find the vouchers available to you.
My latest favourite is VoucherCodes. Here, you can often find exclusive discount deals, usually around 35%.
O2 Priority customers
If you’re an O2 customer and signed up to Priority moments, then check the deals section. There is often a discount code for Domino’s ranging between 20-35%.
TopCashback and Quidco always offer cashback if you spend at Domino’s through them. They also sometimes have discount codes to use too. The cashback is only normally around 1% so not worth doing without a discount code. Also, note that you will not receive cashback if you use any Domino’s vouchers not approved by TopCashback or Quidco. Worth checking, but I rarely use these sites for ordering pizza.
NUS card holders
If you are a student and an NUS card holder you are entitled to 25% off on orders over £25. You will need to show your card when your food is delivered.
You could be entitled up to 50% off. This varies from store to store so you will need to contact them to find out before ordering.
Blue Light Card holders
Similar to NHS workers, Blue Light Card holders are entitled to 50% off but only if they collect. If you have your pizza delivered, you can only claim for a 25% discount.
When you make an order from Domino’s, you can agree to receive special offers from them. These can either be by text, email or post. I find that the best offers come through the post and are often for 50% off. They normally say something like “sorry we were late” or “we’ve missed you”.
Keep an eye out for leaflets through the door or with newspapers. They usually offer around £10 off a £20 or £30 spend. However, you will occasionally find offers for 50% off which are reusable and can last for up to 2 months.
Always check the T&C’s before you order. Discounts are sometimes for pizza only and if they do include sides, that doesn’t mean drinks or ice cream. The vast majority of discounts have a minimum spend limit.
Obviously, other pizza restaurants are available… but not in my town, so you’ll have to find Pizza Hut and Papa John’s discounts on your own. Sorry!