... to just say ... FORTY SIX QUID FOR 3 BLOODY PIZZAS?!

(102 Posts)
fluffyraggies Mon 11-Nov-13 09:55:01

At Domino's yesterday.

Three medium pizzas, £46 they wanted! shock That's with us picking up - not delivered.

DH ordered them over the phone, got off the phone, looked at me strangely, rang them back, queried the price, and cancelled the order.

3 bits of flat dough, a smear of tomato paste and a few bits of veg served in cardboard boxes. Delicious - but ... sorry i'm going to say it again ... £46???

fluffyraggies Mon 11-Nov-13 09:57:19

<feels old>

Altinkum Mon 11-Nov-13 09:57:30

they over price them as they do stooped amount of deals, like 50% of a order, or BOGOF ETC...

I don't think they are delicious either tbh.

suziesmummy Mon 11-Nov-13 09:58:14

I never order unless there is a voucher. Go to ' my voucher codes.com' there's usually a 50% one for either dominoes or pizza hut. I have one for pizza hut if you want me to pm you it!

whereisthewitch Mon 11-Nov-13 09:58:22

That's an absolute disgrace are they gold plated ffs??

I hate Domino's and tend to get a nice pizza made at asda or from my local independent takeaway, much cheaper and not as full of crap like Domino's!

ToucanBlack Mon 11-Nov-13 09:58:50

You needed a discount code!

I'm with you OP. I seriously don't know how they can justify the price of their pizzas. Nor can I get my head around how anyone can afford to buy them when it isn't Two for Tuesday! <outs self as poor and tight>

PumpkinPie2013 Mon 11-Nov-13 10:00:03

shock £46!!!

I'd be wanting some special bloody pizza for that!

Donkeyok Mon 11-Nov-13 10:00:43

I think they were taking the pizza

Oh no they wanted you to pick up grin

passedgo Mon 11-Nov-13 10:01:59

If you did that every week you could have £2,500 saved up for a 2 week holiday to Italy covering all the pizza you can eat.

fluffyraggies Mon 11-Nov-13 10:06:27

suziesmummy - smile How sweet of you flowers

Yes, i think in the past they've done some jigery-pokery at the till point, and given us a discount. That's usually been mentioned at the order though. The girl on the phone to DH asked if had a coupon actually, when he rang back. DH said no, can you give us one? She said no ... that's the final price.

I know they're crappy, and yeah, home made or fresh supermarket ones are better, but i love the greasy nastiness of take away once in a while we were tired and lazy and had a fancy for it.

I just really hope most folk don't roll over and pay that much.

I think i even said the words ''what is the world coming to!'' last night grin

moldingsunbeams Mon 11-Nov-13 10:06:36

Make your own, if you cannot be bothered with loads of faff they have pizza dough mix you just add water to or they even sell the base ready to just add on to in some places. You could easily make three decent medium sized pizza for less than a tenner with really nice toppings.

GideonKipper Mon 11-Nov-13 10:14:14

Asda 14" pizzas are pretty good (esp chilli chicken chorizo) and cost £3.50.

We ordered pizzas from Papa John's last NYE as a treat: rubbish and expensive too. Supermarket all the way for us.

CocacolaMum Mon 11-Nov-13 10:14:58

do people really order dominos without a discount code :O

fluffyraggies Mon 11-Nov-13 10:24:05

We only order pizza once in a blue moon. Just never got very involved in their discounts and codes and 'before' and 'after' prices.

As i say until last night they've always offered a discount at the point of ordering. Either at the till or on the phone.

Why don't they just make their pizzas cheaper instead of making us all fart about with codes, or discounts at the till point?

Anyway - i'm glad i'm not alone in thinking this was overpriced. I thought i'd gone mad there for a minute last night grin And thank you for the tips on discount codes.

SpencerPercival Mon 11-Nov-13 10:25:01

take away pizza is an absoloute rip off

try the chicago town ones - my sons love htem

SpencerPercival Mon 11-Nov-13 10:25:13

i dont think I even LIKE pizza much

piratecat Mon 11-Nov-13 10:26:25

i am shock, what was on them, seriously. £15 each?

LionelRichieAndTheWardrobe Mon 11-Nov-13 10:28:36

First thing I say when phoning dominoes is 'what deals do you have on at the moment?' grin

confusedalways Mon 11-Nov-13 10:32:34

I ordered 2 large stuffed crust pizzas and potato wedges a few weeks back on a Tuesday. After ordering I realised they hadn't applied the 2 for Tuesday discount. I'm still trying to get my money back for it. angry £50 I payed for bloody shit pizza!

RoseHoney Mon 11-Nov-13 10:33:41

When we have dominos we order the feed 4 for £5 each deal. 2 medium pizzas, potato wedges, garlic bread and a bottle of drink for £19.99. Much cheaper!!

ShatnersBassoon Mon 11-Nov-13 10:37:32

That is totally outrageous! £15+ for a stodgy disc of disappointment?! I'd have wept when I realised my error.

SPsDoesntLikeChaffingFishnets Mon 11-Nov-13 10:39:25

I pay £5 for a 12inch pizza with chips and a can of Pepsi.

I will never pay full price. When I was seeing someone in the army I had dominoes as he got discount when he showed his ID.

Still wasn't worth it grin

fluffyraggies Mon 11-Nov-13 10:42:35

Well i'm on a learning curve here re: Domino tactics. If/when i ever get DH to agree to try to buy anything from them again i'll remember this.

If we have pizza, 9 times out of 10 it's DrOeker's from Tesco. Usually on a 2 for £3.50 deal or something.

piratecat - we ordered
A medium thin hot sizzler (? or similar name) - DHs choice.
A medium thin with peperami and sweetcorn - DD,
and for me a medium deep pan (i know that's Pizza Hut terminology - but you know what i mean) with mushroom, sweetcorn, tomato and beef.

No edible gold leaf grin

fluffyraggies Mon 11-Nov-13 10:43:23

stodgy disc of disappointment

actually LOL'd at that grin

passedgo Mon 11-Nov-13 10:46:04

And you can get some really good pizzas in the supermarket for £3-4, they only take 10 minutes to cook.

Perhaps you could save the boxes next time, and get a friend to bake it for you and bring your 'order' round in the boxes - they could dress up in bike gear if you want to go for it in a big way.

passedgo Mon 11-Nov-13 10:47:48

My god what a brilliant business idea I have just had! Call it 'pseudopizzas'.

Bubbles1066 Mon 11-Nov-13 10:48:44

The cost of take away pizzas has always bemused me. YANBU. They have to be made of gold. If Iceland are making a profit selling pizzas for £1.50 (which they will be) then that gives you some idea of what the mark up will be on a Dominos pizza.

Maryz Mon 11-Nov-13 10:54:06

Ds2 was at a party recently where hey all (teenagers) got a Dominoes pizza each. And they got coke from there too. I can't imagine the bill.

I have been extravagant when I give them all Goodfellows rather than Lidl pizza.

NoComet Mon 11-Nov-13 10:56:02

Ridiculous!!!!!
You can get a blow out takeaway of restaurant quality food from our local posh Indian for that and enough Chinese for two days for less than £25.

Never do Pizza as our only takeaway would be a pricy Italian restaurant (no domino's for 13 miles). However, I doubt even they'd want £43 for 3

GinOnTwoWheels Mon 11-Nov-13 11:18:50

I've never understood why people pay so much for domino's etc.

I think some frozen pizzas are perfectly nice, current fave is goodfellas new extra thin one, which has been on offer for about £1.40 and can be cooked in the oven faster than domino's can deliver.

I've had domino pizza once, as it was on offer for £4.99 for a large pizza. I wouldn't pay more than that and it wasn't very nice either.

passedgo Mon 11-Nov-13 11:30:11

Jeez Maryz - a whole partyload of Dominos like it's some kind of status symbol?

Pizza was invented as 'poor man's food'. I remember when Dominos was the thing you got when you had run out of real food.

peanutMD Mon 11-Nov-13 11:37:42

Hate Dominoes, cheap and nasty ingredients for a not so cheap price!

When we have pizza we get made fresh at the Asda counter, really tasty and 2 for £4.

riskit4abiskit Mon 11-Nov-13 11:44:31

Another vote for asda make your own. Fab value!

This is the sole reason why we now shop at asda instead of tesco!

fluffyraggies Mon 11-Nov-13 11:49:50

See, i do genuinely like Donino's pizzas blush So does DH and DCs. Sadly. I'd love to be able to say 'ah well, they're shite anyway', but i'd be kidding myself grin (they must be sprinkling something on them in our local one which makes you eat the lot!)

However - i know they're not worth anyway near what we're paying for them ... even with a discount!

We get a 16 inch meat feast (with pepperoni, salami, chicken and ham) on it, delivered, for £8.50. It is delicious, and they have to tip the box sideways to get it through the door grin

Mellowandfruitful Mon 11-Nov-13 11:56:04

Look for a local pizza place and chances are the pizza will be as nice or nicer and the price lower.

On a similar note, I paid 4.29 for a birthday card in a railway station branch of WHS yesterday and felt dizzy! When did cards become routinely more than four pounds? I only paid £8 for the present... They had me over a barrel though as I needed a card quickly.

IceBeing Mon 11-Nov-13 12:01:30

If you are buying 3 medium pizzas then you would be better off buying 2 large which gets you the same amount of pizza but for 34 quid instead of 45.

You can always do the half and half to get the right mix of preferred toppings...

halcyondays Mon 11-Nov-13 12:07:32

Never go to Dominos without a discount voucher, even then they're overpriced and not nearly as nice as our lovely local pizza place.

GoldenGytha Mon 11-Nov-13 12:12:03

Pizza is not my favourite thing to eat, but occasionally I have a fancy for it, so when we order we always use Dominos,

However the Personal size is plenty big enough for me, so two Personal pizzas, one for DD2 and one for me comes to £13, and DD1 who hates pizza, and any other form of cheese has the chicken strippers, you can get two for £7, so that's us all fed for £20!

CharlotteBronteSaurus Mon 11-Nov-13 12:12:38

i much prefer Pizza Hut, and never have Domino's even though DH gets 50% discount

agree that Asda make your own are really good for shop-bought ones.

peggyundercrackers Mon 11-Nov-13 12:26:13

i remember being in pizza hut and a bloke came in and said he ordered pizza on the phone and his name was, girl said yes your pizzas are ready for you, she brought them over, 5 medium pizzas - she asked him for something like £64 - he looked at her like she had rabbits ears on and said in a very raised voice "how much", he also looked like someone had stuck a hot poker up his arse - she repeated it again - "he said you must have that figure wrong its only 5 pizzas". "No" she said. "stick them up your arse" he said im not paying that and walked out. she turned to everyone in the queue and said anyone want some free pizza smile

i have only ever had 1 pizza from dominos and it tasted like cardboard, pizza hut is better but we normally buy pizza at asda, they always put on loads of topping and are cheap as chips.

GoldenGytha Mon 11-Nov-13 12:29:28

I used to work at the deli/pizza counter at Asda,

My pizzas were legendary! I used to pile the toppings on so much, that the wrapper thing would have great difficulty covering them grin

Crowler Mon 11-Nov-13 12:31:50

When we order Domino's - firstly, I normally do it because I love their online ordering. I don't have to talk to anyone. Perfect for a misanthrope. Secondly, I order under the "deals" tab - buy one get one half off.

Yes, it's expensive. You need to get the thin and crispy crust IMHO.

We get the "Feed 4 for £5 each" deal. Two pizzas, wedges, garlic pizza bread (free extra one if you order online with a code) and a bottle of drink. We get two meals out of that so it's not bad for a treat.

It is damn expensive though, and I do generally make my own from scratch.

YouTheCat Mon 11-Nov-13 13:02:14

I use Just Eat and our local pizza place does 3 pizzas for £15 - that is delivered and with a free cheese garlic bread.

RhondaJean Mon 11-Nov-13 13:04:21

£22.99 for the go large feed 4 deal. Potato wedges, garlic bread, 2 large pizzas and a bottle if coke. It does us for a dinner then lunch the next day.

NoComet Mon 11-Nov-13 13:06:56

grin yes online ordering would appeal to DH. I always ring for takeaway, even though he collects it.

He hates talking on the phone and I hate parallel parking, works just fine.

CrohnicallyTired Mon 11-Nov-13 13:41:41

We usually get asda fresh pizzas, but if we fancy a greasy takeaway pizza, we use our local independent place. Pizzas are around £10 each, but on permanent BOGOF. Or they do meal deals, eg one large and one medium pizza, plus chicken and sides and drink, for £15! Like a PP, we generally have enough left for lunch the next day.

passedgo Mon 11-Nov-13 13:50:58

OK for all of you who think £40 is cheap for a pizza meal, message me and I'll dress up in moped gear with a big box and deliver you pizza (cheese on toast) and wedges (sliced potatoes) with coleslaw (winter veg with mayonnaise).

It will taste a lot better and I will be a lot richer!

forevercosy Mon 11-Nov-13 15:15:19

YANBU. I knew you'd be referring to Domino's before I even opened the thread!

It's a total rip off. I know it's 'branded', but it's just a pizza ffs.

Our local kebab house ( blush ) do far better ones for around £6.99 and they're enormous with masses of toppings.

Strumpetron Mon 11-Nov-13 15:30:04

They are ridiculously overpriced, which is why I only go when I have a 50% off voucher.

Whistleblower0 Mon 11-Nov-13 16:29:56

I'm not a big fan of dominos, or of take away pizza generally. However, we got the deal recently feed four for £20 i think it was. Two medium pizzas wedges garlic bread and bottle of pepsi max.
Thought that was pretty good value as we had some leftover for lunch next day.
I would only use dominos with a voucher or on a deal though as their pizzas are stupidly oerpriced
On the subject of pizzas i am always amazed at people who pay full price in the likes of pizza express. I only go when there is a voucher, or offer or we use tesco vouchers.

Whistleblower0 Mon 11-Nov-13 16:32:20

For supermarket pizzas i like lidl. We pile on extra toppings. Also goodfellas thin base ones. I have some aldi pizzas in the freezer to try. Never had them before. Hope they're nice.

comemulledwinewithmoi Mon 11-Nov-13 16:33:57

Asda yum also if you have bread maker, dough is so cheap and easy to make, tomm purée and whatever toppings you fancy!

comemulledwinewithmoi Mon 11-Nov-13 16:34:17

I know what you mean about take away though

kali110 Mon 11-Nov-13 16:34:23

Medium???what were you ordering? I love dominoes. Always order larger, decadence and its about £15 so wondering what you ordered!

Mylovelyboy Mon 11-Nov-13 16:36:10

fluffy I think they must of made a mistake.

ShinyBauble Mon 11-Nov-13 16:37:28

DS loves Dominos. I can always find a code, usually £10 off £30. At the moment they have a 50% off £40 code for our area so it's pizza for dinner on Saturday.

But I would prefer it if they would just price the pizza's more cheaply and do away with the codes!

CinammonGirl Mon 11-Nov-13 16:39:42

Dominos is ridiculously overpriced - our asda has a fresh pizza counter and their pizzas are absolutely delicious and very cheap. The papa johns near where we live is very good and we sometimes have that as a treat if they've a deal on. We never use Dominos anymore.

decaffwithcream Mon 11-Nov-13 16:46:04

Woman in front of me was charged 42 euro in a sandwich chain for 3 coffees and 3 sandwiches in a chain coffee shop on the weekend. They were splitting an individual bag of crisps between the three of them.

She made a slight choking noise.

MillyStar Mon 11-Nov-13 18:39:19

You definitely need to get the deals!

Me and my best friend were hungover yesterday and we got a medium pizza each, garlic bread, potato wedges and bottle of pop for £25, we were picking at it all day and were stuffed before bed so £12.50 for a full day of food isn't too based!

Thenfirstnrule of dominos is never ever pay full whack!!

MillyStar Mon 11-Nov-13 18:40:28

Oh my god really can't spell tonight think I'm still pissed from Saturday

SmiteYouWithThunderbolts Mon 11-Nov-13 18:44:21

Dominos pizzas are overpriced, tasteless and cardboardy (at least round here anyway). We found a wonderful takeaway that does amazing pizzas, kebabs AND fish & chips (proper chips, not those 'orrible thin ones), and has the bonus of being half the price of Dominos.

Get onto hungryhouse.co.uk and have a hunt for small local pizza places. You can read the reviews if you're unsure of their quality.

catsmother Mon 11-Nov-13 18:49:58

Bloody hell - I always imagined Dominos was "cheap" (and nasty, according to a fair few of you). Usually buy Tesco pizza - there's usually one of their finest half price or special for £2 to £3.50, or the Pizza Express range on a special. For special occasions we've sometimes been to Fire and Stone, where the pizzas are bloody gorgeous - and imaginative - with decent fresh ingredients such as proper, rather than reconstituted meat, and even those range from about £9 to £12. Most are about £10 IIRC.

BatPenguin Mon 11-Nov-13 18:52:14

Another vote here for Asda make your own - £3.50 for 14 inch deep pan and you get more toppings than dominos. I won't lie I do like a cheeky Dominos now and again but only if we've used a discount code. Otherwise £20+ for pizza that I always have to microwave first is a piss take.

Discount code all the way. I never ring up either always online. I prefer pizza hut though. Only buy if 50% off voucher. Pizza is the most expensive takeaway for us. No one likes the same pizza or base do end up with minimum of three pizzas buy large for lunch the next day.

I've not tried the asda ones but looks like they will br saturday nights dinner.

Longdistance Mon 11-Nov-13 18:56:46

Fuck that. I never buy pizza when out. All it is is a flour dough, cheese, tomato and whatever toping. It's a rip off.

I think it's bs. I buy pizzas from Lidl, so much cheaper.

Monetbyhimself Mon 11-Nov-13 18:59:31

Iceland £1.50 and I am a little bit of a food snob.

GhostsInSnow Mon 11-Nov-13 19:00:13

Our local Tesco has just opened up a Pizza counter and its quite lovely. I tend to have those when I'm fancying Pizza. The best thing about Dominoes is the garic and herb dip anyway and you can make that at home wink

ShinyBauble Mon 11-Nov-13 19:02:28

I used to love Dominos because of their mozzarella dippers - they were beautiful, especially with the garlic and herb dip. I've never tasted better! So of course they dropped them from the menu, just like they dropped the yummy gourmet pizzas.

Now they've filled up the 'sides' menu with different varieties of doughballs and chicken wings. Not nice at all.

hermioneweasley Mon 11-Nov-13 19:10:12

Since I learned to make really yummy pizza dough, I totally begrudge paying anything for pizza when I can make it for A couple of quid for all of us.

Whistleblower0 Mon 11-Nov-13 19:13:42

Has anyone eaten the pizza in costco? It is absoloutely delicious, stupidly cheap, think it's £1.50 for a massive slice
We always end up getting a slice when we're there. You can get a whole pizza to take away for under a tenner. It would feed the 5,000, never seen a pizza box so big in my life..

IsThatTrue Mon 11-Nov-13 19:17:06

Our local pizza place is about £15 for a super (biggest size) delivered, or if you collect you get 2 supers for £13.95 confused

Just in case you're wondering, we always collect!

dontyouknow Mon 11-Nov-13 19:27:21

I love Domino's - nearly as much as DD does. Don't think we've ever paid full price as there are always so many deals. We get leaflets through the door with offers on them and codes for online.

Also - OP - whenever we order the pizza box has a menu stuck to it which has a load of special offers at the bottom. Maybe keep that in the kitchen drawer for next time?

IamInvisible Mon 11-Nov-13 19:34:12

Bloody hell!shock £46 for pizza! <faints>.

I haven't ordered pizza in over 20 years, I had no idea it cost this much. I wouldn't do it, even with a 50% off voucher. I begrudge paying £6 a portion for fish and chips!

I just told my teens. DS1 said "that's half a good pair of trainers!"

EddieVeddersfoxymop Mon 11-Nov-13 19:36:58

Just be glad that you can get takeaway delivered <lives in the sticks>

Our nearest Dominos is a 40 mile round trip and no one delivers out here at all. hard done bygrin

goodasitgets Mon 11-Nov-13 19:38:08

They've just sent me a 50% discount code by text as I was reading this thread grin
I do buy it sometimes as we get the emergency services discount

IamInvisible Mon 11-Nov-13 19:40:02

That's our situation too, Eddie. We live in the sticks too, no takeaway delivery round here.

expatinscotland Mon 11-Nov-13 19:58:51

Make your own pizza dough in the bread machine. Shape it and freeze it on a tray, then wrap in clingy and then in foil. Instant pizza that taste much better than shop bought.

EddieVeddersfoxymop Mon 11-Nov-13 20:04:46

I'd love to have a takeaway delivered, it's not the same when DH goes out to get something and stinks out the car in the process.

First world problem anyone? grin

ssd Mon 11-Nov-13 20:07:45

to me, ordering pizza without a discount code sounds the height of decadence

I buy my dough but do the rest myself, far cheaper.
I do occasionally get a takeaway pizza, but it's £9 for a large one which DD and I share, and that's usually because I'm unwell.

fluffyraggies Mon 11-Nov-13 20:15:14

No delivery here either sad

No Pizza Hut nearby - just the Dominos, about 7 miles away. Rural.

Rufus44 Mon 11-Nov-13 20:17:05

We used to love asda pizza, it's gone a bit downhill

Used to be masses of toppings with cheese on top, now there is no extra cheese and they haven't got as many toppings.

And it really winds me up when you ask for mushrooms and they say sorry we have run out!!!!! It's fucking asda, there are millions of them in the produce department !!!!!!

Rufus44 Mon 11-Nov-13 20:18:29

And I'm boycotting dominos (not that they will notice)

I live in a little village full of mainly independent shops and they have opened a dominos!!!

carabos Mon 11-Nov-13 20:30:22

Not a takeaway but DH and I paid £88 for 2 pizzas and a cutted up orange in a restaurant in Courcheval a couple of years ago shock.

runes Mon 11-Nov-13 20:36:26

Peggy I nearly wet myself at your Pizza Hut story grin Can you imagine the conversation he'll have to have to explain to the hungry people back home why he's returned sans pizza. grin grin

DrDre Mon 11-Nov-13 21:05:08

Pizzas are just cheese on toast.

Lagoonablue Mon 11-Nov-13 21:14:16

Pizza is pretty rank unless it is from a nice authentic Italian place or actually Italy itself. I always find them sweet and glutenous. Horrid.

BatPenguin Mon 11-Nov-13 22:23:44

I always find them sweet and glutenous. me too. <Drool>

VivaLeBeaver Mon 11-Nov-13 22:26:49

I get 50% off at Dominoes.

Only bothered with them once even at half price.

damejudydench Mon 11-Nov-13 22:29:23

They always have offers on. I wouldn't pay full price.

I made this the other day. It was flippin' amazing. Far better than Dominoes.

uhOhOhDear Mon 11-Nov-13 22:32:47

Sainsbury are doing create your own pizza counter now. Mmm tasty and better and cheaper than that domino greasy dough...

Whistleblower, thats how I catered an emergency kids party back in Feb. Into costco and spent £100 on big pizzas, mozzarella sticks, crisps, huge carrot cake that doubled as a birthday cake, some cordial and tat and sugary crap for party bags. Stuck youtube on the big tv, dh wired up some microphones and we had karaoke. Best party ever and cost peanuts. grin bloody love costco.

Whistleblower0 Tue 12-Nov-13 16:35:04

Yourma i love costco as well. I think i am addicted to their pizza blush

LovesBeingHereAgain Wed 13-Nov-13 06:51:38

Last time we fancied a Domino's it was bogof and it was cold so called up and they gave us a free meal next time, so defo cheaper grin

chocolate140 Thu 14-Nov-13 09:02:01

my local dominoes is 10 mins away and last time I ordered it they took 4 hours to deliver it. Somehow the pizza guy managed to get lost even though it's literally one really long road! Pizza was stone cold and chewy by the time it actually arrived as well, £30 wasted

hyenafunk Thu 14-Nov-13 11:32:55

Oh I love a good Dominoes. I'm a really fussy bastard (think Sheldon from Big Bang Theory grin) so their pick your own pizzas really appeal to me, especially since they have the option to have no cheese.

But I'd never buy it without a voucher code or two for Tuesday's. It is definitely overpriced, they must make a lot of profit.

chateauferret Fri 15-Nov-13 18:23:30

We ordered their stuff once and it was absolutely fucking horrible. Cold, soggy, bare of toppings and the cheese dry and powdery. Never again. Bleeeeurgh.

MrsLouisTheroux Fri 15-Nov-13 18:31:08

Feeling smug tonight! Bought 2 pepperoni pizzas from Coop for £1.50 each (half price offer). Put a bit of ham and
sweetcorn on them and they were cooked in 10 mins. Lovely! Dominoes are overpriced and IME not great.

Shonajoy Fri 15-Nov-13 18:58:50

If you order online go to the deals section there's always a deal. Most we ever pay for three large pizzas is £31.

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