Aldi launching hot pizza delivery service in three cities

By: Trademagazin editor Date: 2023. 09. 19. 09:05

Aldi is launching a pizza delivery service, offering a new takeaway-inspired range brought hot to customers’ doors, at no extra charge.

Aldi Pizza Delivery
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The new Ultimate Takeaway range, which Aldi says is inspired by pizza delivery chain Domino’s, consists of three options: The Meaty One, featuring pork meatballs, sausage and pepperoni; The Banger, with toppings including chorizo; and Takeaway Texas Style BBQ Chicken & Bacon. All are in size medium, or 11.5 inches, and cost £3.99 each.

Customers can book a scheduled delivery of up to two of the pizzas on a dedicated new website at The service launches from 3 October, with delivery slots available in advance now. It comes with no delivery charge, meaning the pizzas cost the same as in Aldi stores.

The service is available to selected postcode areas in Manchester, Cardiff and Edinburgh, to coincide with university freshers’ weeks. It is understood it will only be available in the short term, to promote the new pizza range as a cheaper alternative to Domino’s. The website warns: “Limited numbers available. Once they’re gone, they’re gone!”

Aldi has not named a third-party delivery provider.

The new range is also available in Aldi stores nationwide from 9 October.

The Grocer

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