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PizzaExpress logoPizzaExpress two courses £12Print voucher or show on smartphone. Dine-in only

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Register with PizzaExpress and get a voucher for a set menu starter and a main for £11.95 valid every day until Sun 16 Aug when you dine in.

Prices vary between branches, but two courses would usually set you back about £15 if you chose the higher priced dishes, so this is a decent saving. However, if you’re going for the cheaper options, this offer might not save you much and may even work out more expensive, so be aware.

You can choose from dough balls, garlic bread and garlic bread with mozzarella to start; for main you can choose Classic or Leggera pizza, salad, or any dish from the menu's pasta and risotto section.

The voucher's valid at the restaurant you choose when signing up and it's good for the whole table - you can either print it or show it on your smartphone. There are a number of excluded restaurants though - see 'more info' below for all exclusions.

More info

Extra toppings and pizza upgrades will be charged.

If you choose a gluten-free based pizza, you can order a mixed side salad as a starter. All items are subject to availability. 

Can't be used with any other offer, or with Tesco/Nectar vouchers/codes, NUS extra or Tastecard. Also excludes set menus, lunch specials and takeaway.

Excludes these London restaurants: Brent Cross Shopping Centre, Canary Wharf and Olympia, plus Haymarket after 5pm on Fridays and Saturdays. Not available in Aldwych from Aug 6.

Also excludes Fulham restaurants, Twickenham, Baker Street, Wembley and the O2 when sports or entertainment events are on nearby. Not valid at PizzaExpress jazz clubs, music rooms and pop-up restaurants. Plus it excludes the Ashford McArthur Glen (Kent) branch.

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