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Dr. Oetker Ristorante Pizza $2.99

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  • May 9th, 2020 7:57 am
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Thanks...I was waiting for a sale.
Tried the spinach pizza a few weeks ago and it was very good.
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Nice. I was planning to head there for the Haagen Daz'es too.
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You can get it at this price somewhere almost every week if you check the deals ;)
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Oct 26, 2016
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For those in Quebec, Provigo has it for $2.99 too on page "QUE 1" center-right ! :) Couldn't find it in the Quebec metro flyer though
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I like Casa Di Mama better (same brand as Dr. Oetker). If you're looking for thin crust Dr Oetker is fine but if you want something that's about as good as Little Caesars then Casa Di Mama is really good. Crust is unbelievably good for Frozen Pizza.
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Ambushes wrote: I like Casa Di Mama better (same brand as Dr. Oetker). If you're looking for thin crust Dr Oetker is fine but if you want something that's about as good as Little Caesars then Casa Di Mama is really good. Crust is unbelievably good for Frozen Pizza.
I 100% agree with this for the taste... but for some reason I find it's the least filling of all of them. I end up eating the entire thing which is like 100% of daily sodium right there lol
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Sushi4life wrote: For those in Quebec, Provigo has it for $2.99 too on page "QUE 1" center-right ! :) Couldn't find it in the Quebec metro flyer though
Thanks! South Shore Metro is $5.99
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bman95 wrote: I 100% agree with this for the taste... but for some reason I find it's the least filling of all of them. I end up eating the entire thing which is like 100% of daily sodium right there lol
Yeah these are tasty (at least some of the flavours) but I always end up adding more toppings before baking. More filling and usually better-tasting than "stock".
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Jan 12, 2005
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How does Metro delivery charge for sale prices? Do they charge the price when you place the order, or when they deliver the order 2 weeks later? Need a lot of these

Thanks for the info
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For those who have no Metro in their area, picked up 4 at Walmart Uptown yesterday for the the same price.
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Andrewww wrote: You can get it at this price somewhere almost every week if you check the deals ;)
I can't believe there are people that pay regular price for name brand frozen pizza. And I find the La Pizza house brand pretty decent tasting, with good varieties.
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they are too tiny, unless you're cooking for a sub-10 year old. The dough is interesting in that it is crispy but not hard to eat.
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Andrewww wrote: You can get it at this price somewhere almost every week if you check the deals ;)
That's true, but I rarely see such deals at Metro. Usually they only go this low at Food Basics, No Frills, Freshco, or Walmart.
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Oct 15, 2015
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Dr. Oetker Pizza seems always $3.99 at SDM, combine with PC point offer would be pretty much the same
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GeneralStore wrote: That's true, but I rarely see such deals at Metro. Usually they only go this low at Food Basics, No Frills, Freshco, or Walmart.
I don't know in Ontario it is very common to be $2.49, $2.99 or $10 for 3 in Shoppers in Quebec. It is a flyer item which appears almost every week.
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badOne wrote: they are too tiny, unless you're cooking for a sub-10 year old. The dough is interesting in that it is crispy but not hard to eat.
Depends on your weight and/or how you eat. I'm hardly sub-ten and I cut these into 6 slices and have 4 for dinner and 2 next day for lunch. That's after I add a few toppings, but I don't load it up too much or it won't cook right. But yeah, I like the crispy crust.
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The fungi is by far the best one.

Also, not on sale, but the Rustico ones take the top spot.

Crust is like tif pizza hut made toast.
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The back crust of these pizzas are the best parts, they're far too thin. I wish the flavor of the back crust could carry through the entire pizza.

This is the price these things should be all year around, the quality isn't as high as Delicio.

Also AVOID the Oetker chocolate desert pizza, that thing is a wreck.
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I think these are the best. D

I couldnt find any veggie ones.. are they discontinued?

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