You Can Now Get £25 Worth Of Domino's Pizza For Just £3.75
Can we get a 'hell yeah' for the weekend? If you were initially unenthusiastic about that question, we're sure you'll change your tune when you find out that Domino's Pizza is up for saving you a significant amount of money.
Ordering that big weekend takeaway can be a pricey affair. But not any more my friends because our pals at Quidco have come to save the day. Or weekend. In fact, they're sorting us out all month actually.
Quidco has come up with two deals for the remainder of March. One is a 25 per cent saving on all orders over £25 ($33) and the other one is £15 ($20) off for new members.
For anyone lacking the mathematical skills of Rachel Riley, that means that if you order £25 worth of Domino's (which isn't hard - if in doubt, add cookies) you will get 25 per cent off - making your total drop to £18.75 ($25).
Then, subtracting the new members' cashback bonus of 15 smackeroonies means you will be left forking out just £3.75 ($5). Did someone say hungover Sunday is now sorted? I think they did.
There's a catch and it's not a horrendous one either (for once). You just have to sign up to Quidco, entering a first name, last name, email address and password. Easy enough, right?
You will then be taken to the Domino's website and off you go creating your order. Just make sure to remember you need to enter the code '25SPRING' to get the 25 per cent knocked off.
Another catch (there was always going to be something else), as it's cashback basis - you will pay the total after the 25 per cent is removed. But you will then get £15 transferred into your Quidco account which you will then have the option to put into your bank account.
You can also get the £15 through PayPal or an Amazon gift card. Whoever opts for an Amazon gift card, go and have a word. Although you can get massive packs of cheap loo roll from there apparently.
The cashback deal doesn't apply to existing customers (bad luck) but you can still benefit from the 25 per cent discount and let's face it, there was probably a money-saving reason why you signed up in the first place.
Remember - pizza is life. Especially when it's really really cheap.
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