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[Pizza Forno] $3 off any pizza @ Pizza Forno. Until Sept 7

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[OP]
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Apr 16, 2002
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Toronto

$3 off any pizza @ Pizza Forno. Until Sept 7

Deal Link:
Savings:
$3 off
Expiry:
September 7, 2020
Retailer:
Pizza Forno
this is the automated , self-serve pizza machine

https://www.pizzaforno.com/#machine-locations


From latest email, use code '2020' for $3 off any pizza
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Member
Jan 25, 2016
281 posts
308 upvotes
Toronto
Anyone ever try this? Walk by the machine in Yorkville often and stare at it, but never pulled the trigger lol.
Member
Jan 12, 2017
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Toronto
HelloNanaimo wrote: Anyone ever try this? Walk by the machine in Yorkville often and stare at it, but never pulled the trigger lol.
The pics don't look too appetizing: https://www.google.com/maps/place/Pizza ... 1!1BCgIYIA


There was one near me at Parliament/Adelaide but it disappeared during the last year or so. According to their website, all the Toronto locations are no longer showing up: https://www.pizzaforno.com/#machine-locations
Newbie
Feb 28, 2018
98 posts
42 upvotes
Mississauga, ON
Yeah would like to hear some reviews.
Whats the regular prize for these machine pizzas?
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Oct 3, 2015
648 posts
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Toronto
I've had it. It's good. Not too greasy. A step above most chains. Pizza is normally ~$13.99 which I feel is high but $10.99 is reasonable for it. The issue is it takes 3 minutes to cook each pizza so if you wait behind a few people in can take a lot of time.
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May 30, 2016
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Scarborough, ON
I've had the Yorkville one before. It's ok. Not bad. Not great. The problem is the crust comes out a bit doughy. Honestly you should probably just spend the extra couple of bucks and go across the street to PiCo but with the $3 off you might as well try for the novelty of watching a pizza come out of a machine.
Newbie
Jan 22, 2019
46 posts
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I've had it at Dixie outlet mall in Mississauga. It's pretty good. The crust was not doughy at all, if anything it was almost too thin. My kids absolutely loved the experience; the video of the pizza "being made" and the pizza coming out of a slot was riveting for them. There aren't many better options at the Dixie food court.

Thanks OP, we may drop by Dixie and get one.

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