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Pizza, pizza, pizza!

It's the staple food of the broke and starving (ahem, we mean hardworking) student. Let's face it, who doesn't love a hot and delicious slice of cheesy heaven? But with the cost of tuition, textbooks, and just life in general, splurging on pizza every other day might not be in the budget. Don't worry, fellow pizza enthusiasts, we've got you covered. From finding the best deals on takeaway to dining out, we're sharing all the insider tips on how to save money and still enjoy your favourite food. Ready to become a frugal pizza connoisseur? Let's get started!

Get 2 for 1 Pizza at Prezzo and Pizza Hut

What better way to start than with this trick to get Meerkat Meals from With Meerkat Meals, you can get 2 for 1 on pizzas at Prezzo and Pizza Hut, making your pizza obsession more affordable than ever. Just purchase a qualifying product such as travel insurance for as little as £1 and you’ll get rewarded with meerkat meals, which you can use to enjoy a delicious pizza at a fraction of the cost. So, if you go down to Prezzo with a friend you can both have a large pepperoni pizza for less than £7 each! You’d be hard pressed to buy a meal out anywhere for less than that.

Instead of getting a takeaway consider cooking your own or at least get 50% off dominoes

                                                        Instead of getting a takeaway consider cooking your own or at least get 50% off Dominoes.                                          Make your own pizza for as little as £1.50 and have free reign with toppings.

Make your own pizza for as little as £1.50 and have free reign with toppings.

50% off Dominos Takeaway

But what if the party is over at your place, I hear you cry, well, Meerkat Meals has got you covered too! With the added bonus of 50% off at Dominos, you can now enjoy a piping hot pizza from the comfort of your own couch without breaking the bank. And the savings don't stop at pizza! With Meerkat, you can also score 2-for-1 cinema tickets and enjoy discounts at thousands of other restaurants. Talk about a win-win situation! Whilst we are talking about Dominos, we've done some digging and discovered a little secret about their menu. It turns out, a large pizza not only has more space for toppings, but it's also a better value for your money compared to ordering two smalls. Want to know how? Let's break down the numbers. 2 small pizzas cost £16 and are 141.8 square inches combined. 1 large pizza costs £12 and is slightly larger at 143.1 square inches. In other words, buying 1 large pizza instead of 2 smalls gets you the same amount of pizza for £4 less.

Save hundreds by cooking your own - with minimum effort!

If you really want to supercharge your pizza savings you’re going to need to head to the supermarket and learn how to turn an oven on. That's right, folks. You don't need to be a master chef to make a delicious pizza at home. Just pop it in the oven, and voila! You've got a hot and fresh pizza, straight from your kitchen. The best part? It's significantly cheaper than dining out or ordering in.

Save £442 by switching to frozen

Sure, you might think frozen pizza is the lesser of the pizzas, but hold up - it's actually not that different from that "fresh" pizza you get at the supermarket. We’ll let you in on a little secret: ‘fresh’ supermarket pizza is only more expensive than frozen because it has a shorter shelf life. So, don’t fork out extra dough for essentially the same product. We're not just blowing smoke either, frozen pizza can be delish, convenient, and budget-friendly. Swapping a weekly medium Dominos pizza (that'll run you £10) for a £1.50 frozen pizza from Asda can save you £442 over a year. Imagine all the European travels you can take with that kind of savings! And even if you're a fan of "fresh" supermarket pizzas, switching to frozen can still mean big bucks in your pocket. We found a Goodfellas pizza for £5 at Tesco, but if you switch to a double pepperoni frozen pizza from Sainsbury's, you'll still save £208. So next time you're at the grocery store, grab a few frozen pizzas, and when that Dominos craving hits, pop one in the oven and it'll be ready faster than you can say "Dominos!"

                                                                       Buying one large pizza from dominoes can save £4 over buying 2 smalls which represents the same amount of pizza.

Buying one large pizza from dominoes can save £4 over buying 2 smalls which represents the same amount of pizza.

Make your own

If you really must have fresh, then with this recipe, you can make your own delicious and fresh pizza right at home, all while sticking to a budget. The best part is you can fully customise the toppings. You'll only need a few simple ingredients:

● 2 pizza bases (£1.30)

● 400g packet of pasta sauce (45p) - enough to make 3 pizzas

● 500g pack of grated mozzarella cheese (£2.60) - enough to make 5 pizzas

● 1 pack of pepperoni (95p) - enough to make 3 pizzas

You can easily find these ingredients at your local Tesco, and the total cost for each pizza comes out to just £1.64! Just make sure you use up any excess ingredients so it doesn’t end up costing more. Whether you're looking for saucy savings on dining out or wanting to slice your spending on takeaway, there are plenty of ways to enjoy pizza without breaking the bank. From using Meerkat Meals for 2 for 1 offers at popular pizza chains to cooking your own at home, the options are endless. And don't underestimate the power of frozen pizza - it can save you hundreds of pounds a year and still satisfy your cravings. So, grab a slice (or two) and enjoy the cheesy goodness while keeping your wallet happy. And may all your pizzas be as cheesy as some of those puns