Get Free Pizzas From Dominos

Free Pizzas At Dominos

Dominos pizza has received a lot of business from us lately. We get busy and run out of time for dinner. When we do, we order a pizza.

Of course I will use carry out instead of delivery to save money on delivery fees. It’s also super convenient because the pizza status is updated in real time. There is no need to inquire when the pizza will be ready, since they have a status tracker that shows every stage of the process.

It will show you the progress such as preparation, cooking, and when it will be done.

Free Pizza Deals

Always order online instead of calling the store directly. side view of free pizzas at dominos

If you call, you cannot get any deal at all, at least from the local store near us. The cost difference was crazy, like almost 50% more.

Sign up for the Piece of the Pie Rewards first to earn points towards a free pizza.

It’s a great offer and we use it a lot.

Terms of the deal.

  • 1 $10 order earns 10 points.
  • 60 points or six orders earns a free pizza.

Some coupons don’t work with the rewards program, so be aware.

What you get.
When you have 60 points, you get a free medium 2-topping pizza.

Once you are enrolled, click on the coupon section to see both national and local deals. Enter your city and zip code to find your local store.

From there the website will load the current local deals.

We have found some awesome discounts.  It’s not uncommon to get a 3 topping Large for only $7.99.

Better Deals On Certain Days

We have noticed that the deals are better on certain days of the week. Monday through Thursday coupons are discounted much deeper than Friday through Sunday.

Want Even More Perks?

Dominos is running an additional promo. When you sign up for the Piece of the Pie Rewards®, you are entered into the stock program. Each month for a year, Dominos will randomly pick 25 members to get 10 shares of Domino’s Pizza, Inc. (NYSE: DPZ) stock.

If you don’t want to participate that’s fine. You can opt out.

It costs nothing to use and could result in valuable stock. A brokerage account is required to redeem stocks.

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