- Domino’s customers will get a 20% discount off all menu-priced items when they order online, the company announced today.
- A Domino’s executive said the company wants to “give customers a break” on higher prices caused by inflation.
To help its customers deal with inflation, Domino’s has temporarily lowered its prices for digital orders, according to a press release. Domino’s stores nationwide are now offering 20% off all menu-priced items ordered online.
“It’s no surprise that prices are up on nearly everything, from milk to eggs, gas and even delivery services,” said Joe Jordan, Domino’s president of U.S. and global services. “Nobody has been spared from inflation, including restaurants. We want to give customers a break, as they’ve been emptying their pockets all summer long but shouldn’t have to for delicious pizza.”
The 20%-off deal is valid on all menu-priced items ordered online for a limited time. Customers can take advantage of this deal for carryout and delivery. It’s available on Domino’s website, ordering apps for iPad, iPhone and Android, and on the Anyware ordering platforms, including Google Home, Alexa, Slack and Facebook Messenger.
In February, Domino’s announced that carryout customers could claim a $3 “tip” when they placed a carryout order online. That offer ran through May 22, with customers being encouraged to claim a $3 coupon to be redeemed on another online carryout order the following week.