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[Domino's Pizza] *expired* - Dominos: 50% off Regular Price Pizza

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Happened to me too. Ordered the 6 cheese pizza again from my usual Dominos location and ended up with what my family described as "I think they forgot to add toppings to this pizza". They've never skimped on toppings before. *sigh* :(

Location: 49th x Oak St in Vancouver BC
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jtcb wrote: Mind listing the topping/pizza name?
Sure. Sorry. Handmade medium extravaganza with a few subbed/doubled up toppings. Extra cheese and pizza sauce.
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so many damn pizza deals now...pizza pizza 50off code, metro XL 3topps for only 5 bucks after the missfresh code :D (hottest deal imo)
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mikka2017 wrote: so many damn pizza deals now...pizza pizza 50off code, metro XL 3topps for only 5 bucks after the missfresh code :D (hottest deal imo)
Bro how can i order from metro using code???
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jtcb wrote: Mind listing the topping/pizza name?
Meats galore. With onions. Smiling Face With Open Mouth And Cold Sweat
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slayerwulf wrote: Cheese and cardboard. Yum.
Why does every pizza thread have the 'cardboard' analogy when taking digs at the chain's crust?

I'm wondering, what is an example of a pizza crust that is not 'cardboard-like' to your discerning eyes?
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fattyburger11 wrote: Why does every pizza thread have the 'cardboard' analogy when taking digs at the chain's crust?

I'm wondering, what is an example of a pizza crust that is not 'cardboard-like' to your discerning eyes?
The problem is people want to pay no more than $10 for a fully-loaded, well-made, large pizza and if one one criteria is missing, they'll call it a "cardboard" pizza. Someone has to tell them these are all "fast-food" style pizza shops, if you want authentic and good quality pizza then go to your local Italian restaurant and pay $20 for a thin-crust, small/medium size pizza with only 1-2 toppings.

To me, if you compare the value to quality and customer service for these pizza chains, Dominos is the best IMO.
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do you have to order through the app/website or at the store this is also available?
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fattyburger11 wrote: Why does every pizza thread have the 'cardboard' analogy when taking digs at the chain's crust?

I'm wondering, what is an example of a pizza crust that is not 'cardboard-like' to your discerning eyes?
I posted this ironically as these comments are typically associated with pizza pizza.
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Domino's jacking their prices up quite a bit in the last few years. Before the 50% coupon, the price of an extra large is $4.60 more, here, than when I bought it in 2017. Not sure why an extra large 4-topping (no premium toppings) pizza is $32.00, regular price (before tax).
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fattyburger11 wrote: Why does every pizza thread have the 'cardboard' analogy when taking digs at the chain's crust?

I'm wondering, what is an example of a pizza crust that is not 'cardboard-like' to your discerning eyes?
sokhangoo wrote: The problem is people want to pay no more than $10 for a fully-loaded, well-made, large pizza and if one one criteria is missing, they'll call it a "cardboard" pizza. Someone has to tell them these are all "fast-food" style pizza shops, if you want authentic and good quality pizza then go to your local Italian restaurant and pay $20 for a thin-crust, small/medium size pizza with only 1-2 toppings.

To me, if you compare the value to quality and customer service for these pizza chains, Dominos is the best IMO.
For me it is the Thin Crust pizzas that are light cardboard. They are dry as hell and no sauce covering it..its like a pita bread baked until its turns into a cookie. I hate thin crust, doesn't matter where.

Pan Pizza is what I like the best. And so far Domino's hasn't done me dirty with their Pan Pizza. Been good every time.
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pizzas are great when its fresh and eaten right after delivery but once its cold and u nuke in microwave its soggyAF, im too lazy to fry it in a pan with olive oil again
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sokhangoo wrote: The problem is people want to pay no more than $10 for a fully-loaded, well-made, large pizza and if one one criteria is missing, they'll call it a "cardboard" pizza. Someone has to tell them these are all "fast-food" style pizza shops, if you want authentic and good quality pizza then go to your local Italian restaurant and pay $20 for a thin-crust, small/medium size pizza with only 1-2 toppings.

To me, if you compare the value to quality and customer service for these pizza chains, Dominos is the best IMO.
I know right?

Places like Dominos especially during 50% off achieves significantly higher value for money metrics than most local italian restaurants.

Unless money is no object to you, getting the most enjoyment per dollar spent is the way to go instead of aiming for maximum enjoyment every time but achieving the least value for money.

And I'm even gonna say it, I actually prefer the kinds of pizzas Dominos pumps out than most sit down Italian places. For me, it's both better value and better tasting.
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My local Domino's has issues with the pan pizza. It used to end up being raw a lot of the time. I don't mind slightly under, but when even the cheese is not melted in a lot of spots that should signify it is not cooked.

The manager eventually said to request well done. That helped a bit, but some employees are better than others. The manager actually made the one I got the other day and it was horribly over done. Not at all impressed.

Attached an image of the overdone pizza and one that was underdone.
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