Five ways to have a cheap pizza night at home with our top tips

WHO doesn’t love pizza night at home?

But with firms such as Papa John’s and Pizza Hut adding new delivery charges of up to £2 as fuel prices soar, costs are on the up.

But with the right ingredients and kit, you can recreate the experience for less . . . 

HOT STUFF: Pizza ovens are all the rage, so dig around for a deal.

The Gardenline gas version from Aldi is £179.99 reduced from £199.99, while the La Hacienda steel multi-function model is down from £200 to £150 at Argos.

Wilko’s La Hacienda BBQ oven — suitable for use with a gas or charcoal barbecue — is £95.

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BACKYARD BUILD: Why not make your own pop-up oven?

Get around 50 red bricks and two larger paving slabs.

With the bricks, create three sides of a square on a level foundation.

When you’ve got to four layers, add the first slab, and after another two, the second.

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Be sure to include air vents. Then set your BBQ fire on the ground.

See for detailed instructions.

STONE THE CROWS: If you don’t have a dedicated oven try the Hairy Bikers pizza stone for £14.99 from Robert Dyas, or the Uniflame 13-inch ceramic version from George at Asda for £8.

At Homebase, the BBQ pizza stone with stand and cutter is £16.

SUPERMARKET SWEEP: If you’re short on time, check out current deals in-store.

Asda is running a two-for-£4 deal on its own-brand pizzas, including thin stone-baked vegetable feast, and deep pan BBQ chicken, usually £2.50 each.

Iceland is running a three-for-£5 deal on its Dr. Oetker ristorante pizzas, including pollo, funghi and mozzarella, usually £2.50 each.

KEY TAKEAWAYS: At Dominos, there’s currently a buy-one-get-one free deal which applies to any size pizza, collection orders only.

  • All prices on page correct at time of going to press. Deals and offers subject to availability.

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