Domino’s Giving Away $1 Million in Free Pizza

Customers with student loans can apply for a free medium pizza.

October 27, 2023

As part of its Emergency Pizza promotion, Domino’s is giving away $1 million worth of free pizzas to anyone with student loan payments.

"Student loan payments have resumed for millions of Americans, and we wanted to help in our own little way by using the power of pizza to do something nice for our customers," said Kate Trumbull, Domino's senior vice president, chief brand officer. "When life gives you loans, Domino's gives you free pizza!"

The new extension of the brand’s Emergency Pizza promotion gives customers who have student loan payments the chance to apply for one free medium two-topping pizza, while supplies last. This is in addition to earning a free Emergency Pizza from the promotion.

Beginning on October 25, Domino’s will give away a limited number of free Emergency Pizza for Student Loans codes each day until all $1 million worth of free pizza codes have been claimed.

According to the press release, “The journey to a free pizza starts just like the journey to college—with an application.” Customers can apply for the free student loan pizza on the website, which will have them verify their email address. If codes are available on that day, Dmino's will send customers an email with the free pizza code, which they can redeem on their next online carryout or delivery order placed within the next 30 days.

Domino’s Emergency Pizza is a program that offers a free medium two-topping pizza for customers to use whenever they need it the most.

Any Domino's customer who places a qualifying online order can earn an Emergency Pizza from now through February 11, 2024. In order to claim their emergency pizza, customers must sign into or join Domino’s Rewards within seven days. Then, customers can redeem their emergency pizza within 30 days.

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