Man shares hack to get bigger Domino’s garlic bread than normal for your money
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One pizza genius has gone viral after explaining how you can get more Domino’s than you’ve paid for.
If there’s one thing we love, it’s a life hack, and where Domino’s is concerned?
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Simon Harris shared the money-saving pizza hack to X, formerly known as Twitter, and has since had over one million views on his wizardry.
It all starts with maths, which is where most people would switch off, but considering there’s a picture of a giant garlic bread attached, we’re willing to keep listening.
He began his tweet: “Maths is important.
“Domino’s charges £5.99 for a cheesy garlic bread side order, which is six inches in diameter, which is 28.26 square inches of cheesy garlic bread, working out at 21p per square inch.”
We’re following so far!
Simon continued: “You can also create your own small (9.5 inches in diameter) pizza for £8, and you can remove the tomato sauce, and then add garlic spread and mozzarella while keeping the thick crust, which is 70.85 square inches of cheesy garlic bread, working out at 11p per square inch - this is basically half the price per square inch.
“You’re paying £2.01 more (33 percent), but you’re getting 150.7 percent more cheesy garlic bread.”
Simon, you had us at 150 percent more cheesy garlic bread, to be honest mate.
He goes on to say if you have a few people around and are looking for an even bigger portion, Domino’s are currently doing a deal whereby any medium-sized pizza is £10.
Simon says (see what we did there): “This is 102.5 square inches of cheesy garlic bread, which is 10p per square inch.
“Any large pizza (13.5 inches) is £12, which is 143.07 square inches of cheesy garlic bread, which is 8p per square inch.”
Not going to lie in all this ‘per square inch’ talk, all we’re hearing is more pizza and more cost effectiveness - win-win, right?!
Moral of the story is this: NEVER order more than one garlic bread side from Domino’s, because you can simply just make your own pizza for cheaper, take the tomato sauce off and add the garlic spread with mozzarella.
He shared at the end of his numerical trick: “As you can see the end product is basically the same thing.
“Thank you for attending my Ted Talk, Goodnight.”
Now as the British people, we just have one task left…
Never, ever let Domino’s see this!