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A DEAL which lets takeaway lovers blag £25 worth of Domino's pizza for £3 is back and you won't want to miss it.
It's the second weekend in a row that hungry pizza fans can save £22 on their Domino's order by stacking a series of cashback deals.
The offer is available through Quidco but the best discounts are only available to new customers – so if you signed up last weekend to get the deal then you won't be able to get the best offers this time around.
But existing customers can still bag a discount on their order so it's worth sticking around to find out how.
New Quidco customers will get £15 back on Domino's orders, on top of an existing deal that gives 25 per cent off orders over £25.
That means your £25 bill will be slashed to £3.75 – and that's before you've even taken Quidco's normal cashback offers into account.
How to save money on pizza
TAKEAWAY pizzas taste great but they can hit you hard on your wallet. Here are some tips on how to save on pizza:
Cashback websites – TopCashback and Quidco will pay you to order your pizza through them. They're paid by retailers for every click that comes to their website from the cashback site, which eventually trickles down to you. So you'll get cashback on orders placed through them.
Discount codes – Check sites like VoucherCodes for any discount codes you can use to get money off your order.
Make you own topping – One savvy customer noticed that Domino's charges up to 70p MORE for pizzas on it's menu compared to ordering the same one through the "create your own" option. It's worth trying out to see if it makes a difference before you place your next order.
Buy it from the shops – Okay, it might not taste exactly the same but you'll save the most money by picking up your favourite pizza from your local supermarket. Some Asda stores sell freshly made ones from the pizza counter where prices start at £2.
Bargain hunters new to the game can scoop three per cent off orders while experienced deal finders get one per cent cashback.
So on a £25 order you'll get another 75p taken off making the bill just £3.
The best price existing customers can get is £18.50 on a £25 order, which while it's not as good, you'll still be saving £6.50.
To get the deal, you'll need to sign up to Quidco or login to your account here.
You will then need to place your order on the Domino's website as normal via the Quidco link.
Enter the code 25SPRING to get make sure that you get the 25 per cent off.
It's worth noting that because Quidco is a cashback website, you'll need to stump up the funds in the first place and then the discount is reimbursed to you within two weeks.
You can withdraw the money from your account as long as you've got more than £1 in there.
The offer isn't as good as last weekend though, as existing customers could get 10 per cent cashback taking the price of pizza down to £2.32 or five per cent for existing customers which would knock another £1.25 off orders.
But unlike last weekend, there are no immediate plans to end this offer so there's no need to jump on it straightaway.
Don't fancy pizza? JustEat is offering customers 15 per cent off their orders this weekend by knocking £3.25 off your £25 order.
Last year, we revealed how pizza chains charge up to £4 more for the same order depending on where you live.
Whenever you're ordering from Domino's, you should always check out LatestDeals.co.uk's brilliant free tool which will scour the web for all the Domino's pizza discounts out there.
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