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  1. #1
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    How much do you pay for pizza?

    For the first time in a year I bought take out pizza. One pizza with sausage and peppers...$31 + a $4 tip. I was floored? What do you pay for a pizza at your local pizzeria?
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    Quote Originally Posted by schindlerpiste View Post
    For the first time in a year I bought take out pizza. One pizza with sausage and peppers...$31 + a $4 tip. I was floored? What do you pay for a pizza at your local pizzeria?
    not that. we got pizza tonight. xl pepperoni, L sausage and pepperoni, small olive green shit my mom likes. $39.
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    also, how did you manage to go a year without ordering pizza?
    you don't want no smoke.

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    The place I like is about $20-$25 for a pie. I'd say it's about a medium. I eat half and save the rest for later.

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    Where do you live? $40 is cheap for a large pizza round these parts and it is usually crap. They make banks off all the dumb and desperate tourists. We prefer to make our own, but by dough from the local Italian join usually.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Name Redacted View Post
    Where do you live? $40 is cheap for a large pizza round these parts and it is usually crap. They make banks off all the dumb and desperate tourists. We prefer to make our own, but by dough from the local Italian join usually.
    He's in PC, of course it's expensive. I'll occasionally pay $25-30 for a large if its good. If it's a chain probably $25 delivered with wings or cheese bread.

    My favorite place back home in Ohio is something like $25 for a large now, but I eat it every time I'm home because it can't quite be duplicated.

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    Its round like a pie but its never pie

    its "a Pizza" or "the pizza" or just " pizza " or " pizza's "

    I don't eat it much

    GF is gluten intolerant
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    I pay $2 for pizza dough and a few cents for toppings. We bake them in our oven and that’s it.

    I agree though. The price of pizzas has gone up like crazy.... maybe all the homemade pizzas are driving up the price?

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    how much do the ingredients cost in a 2$ piece of pizza dough, are you still getting hosed ?

    think of all the costs to get a pizza to your door in <45min ?

    and those costs have all gone up
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    $18 for a large plain pie. We get it 1/2 baked, add our own toppings, and finish cooking on a pizza stone in the gas bbq. Pick up early and cook whenever you're ready.




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    Wow, we got off easy last night.
    (Pinky G’s, outstanding pizza, by any measure)
    Large ‘Godzilla’ (all of the meats) with add of bacon.
    32.00 with tip, pickup, though.
    For once JH is ‘reasonable’!

    That said, we usually make dough etc at home.
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    working next door to a za shop
    i dont pay
    they just seems to show up
    we paid 19 bucks for shrimps n bacons mac n cheese last night
    didnt suck
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    How much do you pay for pizza?

    Proletariat Pizza in White Center (West Seattle) is my go to delivery. 12” is like $17. 18” is like $25. ~$3 to deliver it. 10.1% tax plus tip... so we’re up to like $35 for an 18” za to the door...

    Edit to add: Bunch of new Detroit style and Chicago style pizza joints have opened up in Seattle in the past 3 years..... most of them are fantastic


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    Quality large 30-35 before tip

    College kid large (non-chain) 20-25 before tip

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    I've been making pizza at home since we moved here about 20 years ago. Local pizza is ok and costs $15-20, which isn't too bad.

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    Shit delivery pizza is $20; quality local is $30+

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    Delivery from this (Indy) place: https://www.uppercrustpizza.com/
    $17 (+ tip) for a small pepperoni and green chile, $24+ for large.

    They know what I get and where it goes from the caller ID.

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    16” pepperoni, mushroom, jalapeño $30 w/tip for pickup. $26 after the school coupon book neighbors kid sells as fundraiser. Not a national chain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rideit View Post
    Wow, we got off easy last night.
    (Pinky G’s, outstanding pizza, by any measure)
    Large ‘Godzilla’ (all of the meats) with add of bacon.
    32.00 with tip, pickup, though.
    For once JH is ‘reasonable’!

    That said, we usually make dough etc at home.
    I was surprised at the low prices everywhere in Jackson. Till we looked at real estate.

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    You need to start shopping after the Supervolcano.
    There will be some bargains.
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    Avoid the Noid!
    $5.99 each for 2 topping medium
    The wife likes that shit
    Decent local chain $33 for a xxl

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    $20 for a large pepperoni and sausage from Twin Trees. Local pizza shop.

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    $16 for a 14" cheese pizza at the GMD saloon or free fitty if you save me a seat on front row at opening on collins on a saturday

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    Five bucks for the cheese or the pepperoni at little cesars! Six bucks for the pretzel crust with the highly inappropriate cheese sauce. Y'all overpaying...
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnF View Post
    $20 for a large pepperoni and sausage from Twin Trees. Local pizza shop.
    Mmmm...Twin Trees...
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