Five Ways to Save on your Pizza Order

Everyone loves to eat Pizza and when you’re ready to order some pizza, you’re going to find that you may want to save a little money. Whether you’re loyal to a pizza place, or not, I wanted to give you some simple pointers on how you can save on your Pizza purchase.

#1 Always do pick up – Never do delivery. This alone is going to cost you an extra $4 or so and you’re going to have to tip. Let’s not forget that the pizza is going to be cold as well!

#2 Order online – Many pizza places today allow you to order online. By doing this, you’re able to tweak with your order to see what the best option is for you. You can’t really do this over the phone.

#3 Search for codes / coupons – If you’re going to order online, search for some coupon codes. What you’re going to want to do is search out for the most recent results to ensure that you’re getting a code that’s fresh. You can also search for printable coupons online as well.

#4 Look in your mailbox – All pizza places love to send coupons in the mail. Even if you’re not going to use them, just make it a habit to throw it in your drawers for future use.

#5 Look for an offer – Many pizza places have offers that you can take advantage of. What you can do is ask them over the phone, or again, search online to see if there are offers you can use. You can sometimes even throw a coupon on top of it as well.

Most of the time, you’re going to have to search for codes online. I’ve found that by ordering online, this has been my best bet in saving money. If the pizza place that you’re ordering from doesn’t have a deal for you, you can always try the deals over the phone.

This guest post is written by Elizabeth Cutten. Elizabeth runs MyCCFinder, a printable coupon site helping you find the best deals on the web to help you save money!

{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Emily April 29, 2010 at 4:42 pm

Just a heads-up – My DH and I own a pizza franchise, and we *constantly* see people pay more via online ordering then we would have charged them had they called in. But we're owner/ops, so keeping our customers happy and returning is crucial to us. So I guess I'm saying, know your store (is it a giant franchise? corporate? locally owned?). And loyalty pays off (we're much more likely to give a GREAT deal to someone with a long history).


2 LittlePeopleWealth May 1, 2010 at 10:00 pm

That's good point!


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