If you want a pizza the action but you’re low on dough, there’s a coupon and deal stack you need to know about – you can get a £2ish Goodfella’s pizza free…
If you print a coupon from Goodfella’s, you can get £1 off one of five types of frozen pizza – thin, deep, deli de lusso, gluten free and extra thin. It’s valid for two weeks from the date of printing at most supermarkets, but if you take it to Tesco* before Mon 4 Sep, the stonebaked ‘thin’ variety is on offer at £1 (norm £2), so totally free with this coupon. You can choose from pepperoni, chicken or margherita thin pizzas, subject to availability.
MSE Update, 10am Thu 17 Aug: This offer has been really popular with MoneySavers, and the Goodfella’s website has now run out of coupons.
If you’re gluten-free, you can use this coupon to get a gluten-free Goodfella’s pepperoni or margherita pizza for £1.50 with the coupon at Tesco*, where it’s on offer for £2.50 until Mon 4 Sep (normally £3).
Don’t get it confused with the £1 off Goodfella’s takeaway Italiano pizza coupon, pictured next to the above coupon – that’s not in the same offer so you won’t be able to grab that one free.
We’ve contacted Goodfella’s and it told us there are 5,000 coupons available while they last. As it’s subject to stock in Tesco stores, you might have to go quickly if this is something you’d like.
Remember, you can only use one coupon per pizza/transaction and it’s one coupon per email address, but even if you’ve previously claimed a coupon from Goodfella’s, you should still be able to claim one of these coupons.
Will it definitely work?
Goodfella’s T&Cs state the coupon should be accepted at all major supermarkets and convenience stores that stock the pizza, so it’s definitely worth a try. If you don’t live near a Tesco, the next cheapest pizza is the ‘deep pan’ variety at Asda* where it’s on offer at £1.25 until Wed 16 Aug, so you’ll get it for 25p with the coupon. Asda says the pizza should be available at the majority of stores.
We do hear reports occasionally of checkout staff not accepting coupons, which can be due to error or inexperience. If this happens to you, try asking politely to speak to the manager about the store’s coupon policy.
My computer says there’s a virus?
In order for the coupon to print correctly, and to prevent fraudulent copies of coupons being printed and sold, if you want to print most internet coupons you’ll have to download a ‘coupon printer’ program to your PC (it won’t work on tablet or mobile devices).
The type of file you have to download can sometimes be wrongly flagged as a virus by anti-virus software. Rest assured we’d never link to anything we thought might be dodgy, but ultimately it’s up to you whether or not you’re happy with downloading the software. You can always uninstall it after printing if you’re concerned, but then you might not be able to print any more coupons.
For up-to-date coupons like this one, keep an eye on our Supermarket Coupons page.