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October 10, 2023
Dominos Offering Free ‘Emergency Pizza’ For When Life's Got You So Down... You Are Desperate Enough For Dominos
We have some good and bad news for you.
First, let’s start with the facts. Domino's pizza is bad. It’s really bad. In fact, it's so bad that in past taste tests, they placed dead last. This is why they had no choice but to revamp their former recipe and make a new one that is still awful but only slightly less bad.
I am not even joking. I enjoy boxed frozen pizza much more than Dominoes.
Everyone hated Domino’s pizza. In one video during their failed pizza tests a woman said, “Domino’s pizza crust to me is like cardboard.” Another added, “The sauce tastes like ketchup.” “Worst pizza I ever had,” said a third.
But some alleged that the company's near-death experience was saved but its technology transformation where it relied on not the best pizza, but the fastest.
But hey, we all have those unexpected moments in life. And when you need pizza, Dominoes is not many people's first choice. Actually, it may be your last choice. Or if you are like me, you just won’t eat it.
But in an emergency, people do things they would not normally do.
We have all been there, and Dominoes knows that.
So what is the good news? Well, the good news is that the company will never let you down during your inevitable pizza emergency.
In what appears to be some sort of atonement for their crimes against pizza, customers can receive now a free medium two-topping pizza whenever they need it, through their new Emergency Pizza program, according to a news release.
But what is the bad news you ask?
The bad news is that you may actually have to eat the disgraced pizza now.
And do not be fooled, because nothing in life is actually free.
Here is the catch: the pizza will cost you just under $8 before tip.
Customers just need to place one qualifying online order of $7.99 or more to earn an Emergency Pizza through Feb. 11.
It is basically a BOGO deal that can be cashed in several days later.
“Perhaps you burned dinner, the power went out, or maybe your in-laws just dropped in without notice – whatever your emergency situation, Domino’s believes a free pizza can make anything better,” Kate Trumbull, Domino’s senior vice president – chief brand officer, said in a statement. "Why did we launch Domino's Emergency Pizza? With so much uncertainty in everyday life, we believe everyone needs a pizza pick-me-up at some point! The hardest part may just be deciding when to use your Emergency Pizza!"
Within seven days of placing your order, you can claim the Emergency Pizza by signing into or joining Domino’s Rewards.
A Handmade Pan Pizza may also be redeemed for an additional charge.
But only in an emergency.
Now enjoy this old Domino's pizza commercial with Trump: