Feeling the pinch? You can get a ‘free’ pizza if you shop smart

Whether you’re planning a mid-week treat to enjoy in front of the telly, or a weekend blow-out with friends, there are plenty of savings on your favourite pizza takeaway outlets worth cashing in on this autumn.

This week, pizza lovers can take advantage of a free £15 takeaway deal for Pizza Hut, Papa Johns or Dominos, courtesy of cashback website Quidco.

The handy deal comes just in time for the festive break, so when you’re sick of eating roasts, why not pig out on a freebie pizza?

The offer is valid for all new members until 2nd January, all you have to do is spend a minimum of £10 and you’ll get £15 to cover the costs. Find out how to claim yours by following these simple steps.

Dominos Pizza

  • Find the special £15 takeaway deal page, and click through to buy any pizza on the Dominos, Pizza Hut or Papa Johns website.

  • 100% cashback up to £15 will then track and be paid into your Quidco account by the 8th January 2017.

  • What’s the small print?

    • The £15.00 cashback is awarded on transactions on or over £10.00 at Just Eat, Hungryhouse, Dominos, Pizza Hut Delivery or Papa Johns only.

    • This offer is available for new members with no previous purchases or cashback through Quidco.

    • The offer is available to new members until 11:59pm 02/01/2017, or until 2,000 redemptions have been claimed on a first come first serve basis.

    • Cashback will be put into the member’s account before 08/01/2017.

    • The offer can only be redeemed once per household and fraudulent or duplicate claims will not be paid.

    • You must make a minimum order value of £10.00 to qualify for this cashback offer, including any cost of delivery.

  • Pizza Hut deals and voucher codes – or click here.

  • Papa Johns pizza deals and voucher codes – or click here.

  • Dominos Pizza deals and voucher codes – or click here.

  • More pizza deals – or click here.

  • 1. Pizza Hut deals

    Bacon stuffed pizza

    There are a number of deals Pizza Hut fans can snap up right now – all they have to do is decide whether to dine in or takeaway.

    Choose from 50% off delivery orders over £30 using this: VC11NX code at checkout, or claim a free £15 takeaway following the steps highlighted above.

    Tempted to dine-in? Don’t worry there’s a deal on for that too. Eat in and get a £12.95 two course and a drink festive dine-in deal.

    Alternatively, search Savoo, Groupon and Voucherbox for the latest offers.

    Find the best pizza deal near you

    2. Papa Johns deals

    Whether you love ham and pineapple, or go crazy for pepperoni, you can bag yourself a free takeaway or take advantage of one of the pizza chain’s great value offers.

    Choose from 33% off your online delivery order to Two for Tuesdays.

    Or use the PJFES25OFF code at checkout to get 25% off any orders for £25 or more.

    Fans of the pizza chain can also maximise their savings by signing up for the Papa Rewards.

    Customers earn points for every £4 spent, and once 25 points have been collected you’re entitled to a free pizza.

    Dominos Pizza

    If you’re ordering from Domino’s, make sure you get the best deal by checking for voucher codes.

    There’s currently 25% off when you spend £20 or more, which is on until 3rd January 2017. But Domino’s also has a number of regular deals, including Two for Tuesday and Pick n Mix. You can find out what’s available by clicking on the voucher section of the website.

    You can also stay wise to new deals by following Domino’s very active Twitter account.

    You can find discounted pizza offers on Voucherbox, including 25% off when you spend £20 or more – click here to redeem your code – and discount websites like Savoo.

    Pizza delivery man

    If you’d rather not go for a major chain why not search Deliveroo and see what other pizza restaurants are available to order from via the delivery service here.

    Zizzi, Pizza Express, Prezzo and Rossopomodoro are all available with Deliveroo depending on your location.

    Interested in becoming a driver – click here to find out more.