Aldi launches first ever pizza delivery service for new Dominos inspired range

When it comes to ordering a takeaway, pizza is often a popular choice in British households.

Cheesy, oozy and delicious – it's hard to turn down the tempting treat.

Now you may be able to get your food order on a budget, as Aldi is offering its newly dubbed "Ultimate Takeaway Pizzas" in Manchester, Cardiff and Edinburgh.

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As the Pizza Retailer of the Year, the supermarket has announced it’s about to start its first ever pizza delivery service across three cities on Tuesday, October 3 – and it'll serve up some super tasty offerings.

Even though the pizzas have been inspired by Domino's, they're up to 83% cheaper, coming in at just £3.99 each.

With a medium Meateor pizza from Domino’s currently setting shoppers back £20.99, plus a £2.50 delivery fee, the service can save pizza lovers more than £19 per pizza delivered.

Launching in three key student locations across the UK – Manchester, Edinburgh and Cardiff – the release will coincide with Fresher’s Week.

Pizza fans within selected postcodes will be able to pre-book their delivery timeslot via the dedicated website from Monday, September 18.

Within the brand-new Ultimate Takeaway range are three Domino’s inspired flavours.

These include:

  • The Meaty One (524g) (inspired by Meateor) – a sizzling sausage and meatball feast
  • The Banger (462g) (inspired by Absolute Banger) – a smoky hotdog delight with a spicy kick
  • The Texas Style BBQ Chicken & Bacon (502g) (inspired by Texas BBQ) – boasting tangy BBQ sauce, succulent chicken and smoky bacon (each £3.99, 8 slices)

The delivery service will allow customers to select up to two of these delicious new flavours to be delivered hot to their door.

The range, which is Aldi’s most Domino’s-like pizza offering yet, is launching in stores nationwide from October 9, meaning those who don’t manage to bag a delivery slot can also get a pizza the action.

Julie Ashfield, managing director of buying at Aldi UK, said: "With prices of takeaways soaring, we’re excited to be able to offer shoppers delicious pizzas at a fraction of the price of expensive high-street chains.

"The quality ingredients and affordable price of the Ultimate Takeaway range will no doubt change people’s idea of the supermarket pizza.

"Better yet, we’re thrilled to be able to deliver this product hot to shoppers’ doors and truly treat our customers to the full takeaway experience."

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