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PizzaExpress logoPizzaExpress 30% off food billValid all day Mon-Thu and after 5pm Sun

Sun-Thu

Register with PizzaExpress and get a voucher for 30% off your food bill Mon-Thu and after 5pm Sun, until Sun 5 Apr. 

One voucher's enough for the whole table and you can either print it or show on your smartphone. It’s valid at the restaurant you choose when registering. 

It includes takeaway orders, but not those made online. Be aware, there are a lot of excluded restaurants - see ‘more info’ below. It's valid on the Piccolo menu but excludes Calzone pizzas. 

More info

Can't be used with any set menu (including the Express Lunch and takeaway set menus) or other offers (including Tesco vouchers/codes, Nectar, NUS extra and Tastecard).  Excludes upgrades and extra toppings. 

It excludes these London restaurants: Brent Cross shopping centre, Stratford Westfield and Olympia. 

It also excludes PizzaExpress jazz clubs, music rooms or pop-up restaurants and the Ashford McArthur Glen branch in Kent. 

Also excludes Fulham, Twickenham, Baker Street, Wembley and the O2 when sports or entertainment events are on. 

PizzaExpress logoPizzaExpress two courses £12Print voucher or show on smartphone, excludes takeaway

2 - 6 Apr

Register with PizzaExpress and get a two course set menu for £11.95 between Thu 2 Apr and Mon 6 Apr. You can choose a starter and main or main and dessert.

Prices vary between branches, but two courses would usually set you back around £16 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.

The voucher's valid at the restaurant you choose when signing up and it's good for the whole table. There are loads of excluded restaurants though - there's more info on those below.

More info

Extra toppings and upgrades will be charged. Calzone pizzas are excluded from this offer.

Can't be used with any other voucher, offer, set menu (including the Express Lunch menu) or Tesco/Nectar vouchers/codes. Excludes takeaway.

All items are subject to availability. If you choose a gluten free based pizza or salad as a main, you get a mixed side salad as a starter instead.

Offer's not available in these London restaurants: Canary Wharf, Brent Cross shopping centre and Olympia. It also excludes Ashford McArthurGlen (Kent).

Also excludes Fulham, Twickenham, Baker Street, Wembley and The O2 when a sports or entertainment event is taking place nearby. Also can't be used at jazz clubs, music rooms or pop-up restaurants.

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