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I saw this in a commercial yesterday and verified it on their website. I guess they are trying to compete with Pizza Hut's 9.99 pizza deal. Any large, any toppings, any crust for $9.99.

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Not a bad deal, but we received one yesterday and it measured 13" across. That is a LARGE?????<img src="i/expressions/fa... (more)

bigdaddytim (Jan. 16, 2007 @ 4:07p) |

lekhak said: <blockquote><hr>Dominos tasted awesome at my campus.<br>It tastes like cardboard (thought we - friends and ... (more)

flakmonkey24 (Jan. 18, 2007 @ 1:30p) |

Your April fools joke is fuckin stupid.

IsoLate (Jan. 19, 2007 @ 4:11p) |

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I don't know how I'm going to decide where to go next time I want crappy pizza.Thanks OP,I might use this.

Do they have pan crust that taste the same like Pizza Hut?

dairymtu said: [Q]Do they have pan crust that taste the same like Pizza Hut?

They have a deep dish but it's not as crispy as Pizza Hut.

edit-I don't know why you're getting killed with the red.Then again there's no point trying to figure it out.Hell,I'll probaly get red just for posting in a Dominos thread

bokey said: [Q]I don't know how I'm going to decide where to go next time I want crappy pizza.Thanks OP,I might use this.

Going to agree with this, Domino's is nasty...Plus, it's not even a hot deal.

LiquidSteel said: [Q]bokey said: [Q]I don't know how I'm going to decide where to go next time I want crappy pizza.Thanks OP,I might use this.

Going to agree with this, Domino's is nasty...Plus, it's not even a hot deal.

Saying that Dominos is nasty is your opinion. However, how is it that Pizza Hut offers a Large pan pizza (does not apply to thin, stuffed, or any other type of crust) with 5 toppings for $9.99 and it is a hot deal while Dominos offers a large pizza with ANY type of crust with ANY amount of toppings for the same price.

I believe that a red or green rating should be based on how good the deal is and not your own personal preference of pizzarias. If you don't like Dominos then you do not have to like the deal. This is for those Dominos lovers who were waiting for a response to Pizza Hut's $9.99 deal.

10 bucks seems high to me for a large retail chain pizza

Not a bad deal IMO. In my work area Dominos tastes GOOD, better than Pizza Hut. But where I live, Dominoes tastes like card board.

Maybe its a regional thing, but good deal IMO. Btw, does Dominos have anything bigger than a Large?

they got a XL pizza, but it runs way much.

Dominos tastes good where I live! Thanx a bunch OP!

Your April fools joke is fuckin stupid.

i love thin crispy crust, which i can only get in boston and ny
the brooklyn style offer a few months ago was very good, but the pie was so small (about 3 large slices)
and the darn dominos charges delivery in DC, so any pizza ends up being $15+

AzNBaLLeR said: [Q]Not a bad deal IMO. In my work area Dominos tastes GOOD, better than Pizza Hut. But where I live, Dominoes tastes like card board.

Maybe its a regional thing, but good deal IMO. Btw, does Dominos have anything bigger than a Large?Dominos tasted awesome at my campus.
It tastes like cardboard (thought we - friends and myself were the only ones who felt that way) where I live now - Salinas, CA.
And breadsticks are just lumps of dough burnt in the oven.
waah... waah.... <crying> I miss school <img src="i/expressions/face-icon-small-sad.gif" border=0>

why do i feel that $10 for an alright (some areas good some areas bad) pizza isnt the hottest of deals.
theres a couple of places around here that serve up some pretty good pizza for $5 a large on mondays/tuesdays.

My experience is a little different than the regional ones posted above.

Dominos was pretty good when I was 14. 18. 22. Maybe 24. Then as I got older, it started to get nastier. Especially as I started to try more pizza from places I traveled to, and took the time to find Mom & Pop shops and the "local's favorites" type shops.

I've also found that people who live in areas with lots of good pizza joints seem to have a lower opinion of Dominos. People who live in areas where all they've ever tried is Pizza Hut, Papa Johns, Papa Murphys, Chanello's, Dominos, et al. seem to think more highly of it.

It's kind of like how people who have never owned a Toyota/Honda, but instead owned Chevrolet cars all their life, think GM cars are just fine. Then once you've owned a Honda or Toyota --- you realize how crappy all the Chevy cars you drove really were.

W

I've worked at lots of pizza stores including Domino's since high school and through college. I can tell you that it's all regional. Most chains are run by different owners and pizzas are made by DIFFERENT people. If the owner is generous then he will tell his workers to put lots of fresh ingredients on the pizza and use only fresh dough. Also the pizza maker has a lot to do with how your pizza tastes. If they're good, they will make it so the pizza is round, even, crispy, and with very few air bubbles. I've now graduated from college and no longer make pizzas but sometimes I miss it cause it's pretty fun making them <img src="i/expressions/face-icon-small-smile.gif" border=0> Anyway, I live in Sunnyvale, CA and if you're in the area the best tasting pizza is the Domino's located on El Camino Real & Mary IMHO. Glad that helps.

Avoid the Domino's located on Caliente, their pizza is gross...tastes worse than cardboard.

wizzy420 said: [Q]My experience is a little different than the regional ones posted above.

Dominos was pretty good when I was 14. 18. 22. Maybe 24. Then as I got older, it started to get nastier. Especially as I started to try more pizza from places I traveled to, and took the time to find Mom & Pop shops and the "local's favorites" type shops.

I've also found that people who live in areas with lots of good pizza joints seem to have a lower opinion of Dominos. People who live in areas where all they've ever tried is Pizza Hut, Papa Johns, Papa Murphys, Chanello's, Dominos, et al. seem to think more highly of it.

It's kind of like how people who have never owned a Toyota/Honda, but instead owned Chevrolet cars all their life, think GM cars are just fine. Then once you've owned a Honda or Toyota --- you realize how crappy all the Chevy cars you drove really were.

W

Heh heh. I can relate to your last statement. My GM and Ford cars were just fine for me... until I got an Accord a few years ago. And now, indeed, I realize how lousy those other cars were. No looking back for me!

As far as Domino's, they're good for late at night when you have no food in the house, but they can't compare to the local pizza joints here in Jersey. I'd never pay list price for Domino's, but with sales like this it's a good deal where there are no other comparably priced options available.

Haven't had a chain pizza in many years and don't want to, but I don't understand how Papa John's can think their large one topping for $11.99 with 'free' breadsticks can be a bargain warranting television commercials? <img src="i/expressions/face-icon-small-confused.gif" border=0>


What size is their large pizza? Just wondering for comparison, as I've been getting the pre-made refrigerated pizzas as Sam's Club for $7.88 each and they are 16" with everything on them and I think they are very good and cost less but of course you have to put them in the oven yourself and go get them but since I live out of delivery range for everything I would have to go get Domino's pizza as well.

i haven't ordered from dominos in a long time and just ordered a couple of large extravaganzas last night. i was suprised that they dropped the $2.99 delivery fee.

anymoo, i got the flyer for the same offer back in december and it show offer limited and good thru feb. 4. tried others b4 (pizza hut, pizza inn, mr. jim's, etc.) and ending up only liking dominos better.

i just hope that dominos make the offer permanently because i'm near costco and sam's. i buy pizzas there when dominos don't have any specials. costco's and sam's pizzas aren't bad but huge value for $10ish.

oh, dominos large is 14" and sam's and costco is 18".

they need to start indicating how many ounces of topping are included. can they slice pepperoni in thinner

Guess it depends on what you want on your Pizza...if you get everything on the pizza then it might be a good deal.

If you only get one topping, then you can get a two large for $15.

I like the thin crust when I'm in the mood for eating cardbard boxes. No seriously, if you don't eat it every often it is good. Thin crust with everything is my favorite.

beseebee said: [Q]

I like the thin crust when I'm in the mood for eating cardbard boxes. No seriously, if you don't eat it every often it is good. Thin crust with everything is my favorite.

They used to have a small $3 thin crust for pickup only that was most excellent with a good salad(not one of theirs) but of course they discontinued it a couple years ago.

This deal is like a mongoose in flight!

(see tv commercial...)





Your April fools joke is fuckin stupid.

IsoLate said: [Q]wizzy420 said: [Q]It's kind of like how people who have never owned a Toyota/Honda, but instead owned Chevrolet cars all their life, think GM cars are just fine. Then once you've owned a Honda or Toyota --- you realize how crappy all the Chevy cars you drove really were.
Or it could be kind of like how people own Toyota/Honda all their life and think they're just fine. You realize how crappy they are once you drive a quality German automobile. All you did was switch from American junk to Japanese junk.

You have to be kidding me. I know the guy that writes up tickets for the service department at the Mercedes dealer, he started telling me about three years ago (?) about how the MB's were just rolling in for all sorts of stuff breaking. He said that MB hit the crapper, and he deals with people all day long PISSED about buying a $50000 car and having things breaking left and right.

I listened to him, because he worked there. I had this doubt in my mind "no, that can't be" and then about 1.5 years later I read a Consumer Reports issue showing that MB had topped even the American cars in reliability issues.

I was shocked to say the least. I had a hard time believing the guy that WORKED IN THE SERVICE DEPARTMENT. And then when I saw it in CR all doubts vanished. Two sources both saying the same thing - MB has went down the tubes.

Just search google for "mercedes quality issues" or "mercedes quality problems"

We're talking Mercedes themselves stating quality issues will slam the bottom line, class action lawsuits, etc. etc. it's truly endless.

W

markymags said: [Q]LiquidSteel said: [Q]bokey said: [Q]I don't know how I'm going to decide where to go next time I want crappy pizza.Thanks OP,I might use this.

Going to agree with this, Domino's is nasty...Plus, it's not even a hot deal.

Saying that Dominos is nasty is your opinion. However, how is it that Pizza Hut offers a Large pan pizza (does not apply to thin, stuffed, or any other type of crust) with 5 toppings for $9.99 and it is a hot deal while Dominos offers a large pizza with ANY type of crust with ANY amount of toppings for the same price.

I believe that a red or green rating should be based on how good the deal is and not your own personal preference of pizzarias. If you don't like Dominos then you do not have to like the deal. This is for those Dominos lovers who were waiting for a response to Pizza Hut's $9.99 deal.

It is my opinion, and also my opinion that it isn't a hot deal. Plus, if I'm not willing to touch the food, it isn't hot for me, so I rated it red, as my preference.

come on now, we all know costco's pizza deliver the BIGGEST and BEST pizza for the price.

[Q]It is my opinion, and also my opinion that it isn't a hot deal. Plus, if I'm not willing to touch the food, it isn't hot for me, so I rated it red, as my preference.

That's an moronic approach.. it's like giving red for a hot deal on a Macbook just because you prefer using PCs. For those who like Domino's, this is a good deal. Bottom line.

I just had the $9.99 large Extravaganzza feast pizza for dinner. I've gotten so used to the Sams Club large(16") pizzas that the Dominos large(14") looked like a medium or even a small. Any, it was very good and on the flyer attached to the box I noticed a coupon. It said "Carryout, buy any large pizza at menu price & get a 2nd of equal or lesser value for Free."

So, my feast pizza had a regular price of $15.99. So getting 2 of these would make them ~$8.00 each + tax, making the coupon deal, a better deal.

<img src="i/expressions/face-icon-small-smile.gif" border=0>

triliament said: [Q][Q]It is my opinion, and also my opinion that it isn't a hot deal. Plus, if I'm not willing to touch the food, it isn't hot for me, so I rated it red, as my preference.

That's an moronic approach.. it's like giving red for a hot deal on a Macbook just because you prefer using PCs. For those who like Domino's, this is a good deal. Bottom line.

Thank you triliament. I couldn't have said it better. To rate this because you prefer another pizza place over Dominos and not based on the deal is a stupid argument.

JohnnyRay said: [Q]What size is their large pizza? Just wondering for comparison, as I've been getting the pre-made refrigerated pizzas as Sam's Club for $7.88 each and they are 16" with everything on them and I think they are very good and cost less but of course you have to put them in the oven yourself and go get them but since I live out of delivery range for everything I would have to go get Domino's pizza as well.For a little more, the Sam's club near me cooks them for you in just a short while at their snack bar. I actually prefer it to a Pizza hut fried dough greasefest, or one of the other chains. I go up front and order a pizza. Pick up a couple items in the store (if the lines aren't bad) and it's waiting for me when I leave.

triliament said: [Q][Q]It is my opinion, and also my opinion that it isn't a hot deal. Plus, if I'm not willing to touch the food, it isn't hot for me, so I rated it red, as my preference.

That's an moronic approach.. it's like giving red for a hot deal on a Macbook just because you prefer using PCs. For those who like Domino's, this is a good deal. Bottom line.Seriously. Too many idiots on FW. Rating is to help let others know if it's a good deal or not. Not so you can express your opinion as to one brand vs another or other ridiculous reasons some people just have to go red. If it's a good deal but you don't like Dominos, then just don't waste your time and others by voting, let alone the comments. Heck, if you KNEW you didn't like Dominos, why are you even reading this thread in the first place. Some people just live to complain I guess.

Danzilla said: [Q]triliament said: [Q][Q]It is my opinion, and also my opinion that it isn't a hot deal. Plus, if I'm not willing to touch the food, it isn't hot for me, so I rated it red, as my preference.

That's an moronic approach.. it's like giving red for a hot deal on a Macbook just because you prefer using PCs. For those who like Domino's, this is a good deal. Bottom line.Seriously. Too many idiots on FW. Rating is to help let others know if it's a good deal or not. Not so you can express your opinion as to one brand vs another or other ridiculous reasons some people just have to go red. If it's a good deal but you don't like Dominos, then just don't waste your time and others by voting. Heck, if you KNEW you didn't like Dominos, why are you even reading this thread in the first place. Some people just live to complain I guess.

Don't try to suppress the vote by "disENFRANCHISING" people. hah, i made a funny! Ok, maybe not, but people are free to vote however they want, alright? Same reason why TigerDirect and eCost gets red. It's not always about the deal, it's about the company, personal experience/preference, etc. Otherwise, TigerDirect and eCost would all be GREEN. Hard to imagine but there are ppl that don't think this is a good deal because $9.99 for cardboard pizza is not good to them, Mmmkay?


Awesome deal. Although be careful to inspect your order before the deliveryman. Just last night, I ordered several pies from them. Nothing seemed out of the ordinary when I received the pizzas, but when I opened one of the boxes, guess what: NO PIZZA.

Crazy, right? Well, a quick phone call to the store got me another pizza but it took another hour to arrive.

So, lesson learned: Inspect your pizza!

DasBoot,
They gotta hook you up with some free pie!!!

Not a bad deal, but we received one yesterday and it measured 13" across. That is a LARGE?????<img src="i/expressions/face-icon-small-confused.gif" border=0>

The crust had to be at least two inches wide at the edges, so your Pepperoni, etc. had about 9 inches to work with. I gotta go with better ingredients and better pizza (not chain pizza but Pizzeria) <img src="i/expressions/face-icon-small-smile.gif" border=0>

lekhak said: [Q]Dominos tasted awesome at my campus.
It tastes like cardboard (thought we - friends and myself were the only ones who felt that way) where I live now - Salinas, CA.
And breadsticks are just lumps of dough burnt in the oven.
waah... waah.... <crying> I miss school <img src="i/expressions/face-icon-small-sad.gif" border=0>

Pizza always tastes better late at night...don't know why...

Your April fools joke is fuckin stupid.



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