We all know Mondays are bit rubbish, but what if I told you that you could get your greasy mitts on £30 worth of food from Domino's Pizza and only pay £12.27? See, today is looking better already, isn't it?
Savvy customers can use a couple of deals to get themselves the cheap pizza when signing up with Quidco this month.
The deal saves you almost £18. Credit: Domino's
To start off, you'll need to sign up with Quidco, which is offering a £10 deal for its new members to be used at Domino's.
You can find the £10 Cashback Bonus Deal at the Quidco site, where you'll need to register before you can take advantage of the offer.
You can then get an extra 25 percent off by popping in the code SAVE25DO once you've selected your goodies, meaning it will come to £22.50, which when combined with the tenner off comes to just £12.50.
And you'll even get an extra one percent back from your pizza purchase, taking the total down to £12.27 once all the deals and offers have been used. Not bad, eh?
The one catch is that you'll need to pay the £22.50 first and then have the £10 added to your Quidco account. Once it's in there you can then move it into your bank account via PayPal or opt for Amazon gift card for the same amount.
The Quidco deal is for new customers only, so hard lines if you've already signed up, but you'll still enjoy one percent back on any purchases made from Domino's.
The only issue is deciding what you fancy. Credit: Domino's
The completely unmanned R2 vehicles are being rolled out to select customers in Houston, Texas, for customers who have ordered online and opt to get the driver-free delivery.
Kevin Vasconi, Domino's executive vice president and chief information officer, said: "We are always looking for new ways to innovate and evolve the delivery experience for our customers.
"Nuro's vehicles are specially designed to optimise the food delivery experience, which makes them a valuable partner in our autonomous vehicle journey.
"The opportunity to bring our customers the choice of an unmanned delivery experience, and our operators an additional delivery solution during a busy store rush, is an important part of our autonomous vehicle testing."
Although there are no plans to introduce the vehicles to the UK just yet, a spokesperson from Domino's UK told The Star: "We're all about extraordinary delivery, having used golf buggies, penny farthings and even our very own DomiCopter to delight our pizza fans with freshly made piping hot food.
"We'll be scrutinising how our friends in the US get on - watch this space!"
Featured Image Credit: Domino's