There's nothing quite like indulging in a good pizza.
Cheesy, naughty and delicious – it always feels like the ultimate treat.
And it can taste even better when you manage to bag food at a bargain price.
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Luckily for pizza fans across the country, PizzaExpress is offering its loyalty club members any classic pizza for £6.95, which sees them save up to 50%.
From January 9, diners at every PizzaExpress across the country will be able to snap up the deal by simply checking-in on the app to get any classic pizza for £6.95.
The promotion includes the American Hot, the iconic Sloppy Giuseppe and fan favourite, Margherita, alongside all other classic pizzas.
It also covers both gluten-free and vegan options, with a Leggera or Romana upgrade also available via the PizzaExpress Club for just £8.90 – a saving of up to 45%.
And if you haven't got the app – don't fret – as you can still make a saving by getting any classic pizza for £7.95 by simply downloading an offer code via the PizzaExpress website.
If you're hoping to bag the bargain and have a treat at a reduced price, then the offer is available in the restaurants or for takeaway and collection between Mondays and Thursdays.
Meanwhile, pizza lovers keen to make the most of super deals can also sign up to the app if they want to make the most of their money.
The PizzaExpress Club app is free to join and offers year-round savings including on favourite savoury treats such as free Dough Balls when you join.
When you're all signed up you'll also be able to get your hands on a number of rewards to redeem every time you dine-in or collect a take-away.
If you're looking for ways to bag fast food on a budget as the cost of living continues to rise then this could be one way to do it.
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