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You Can Get £15 Off Your Domino's Order Today

You Can Get £15 Off Your Domino's Order Today

If an unremarkable evening lies ahead of you then fear not - you can make it much more remarkable with lots of cheap pizza.

TopCashBack is offering a £15 discount on your order, and better still, you can use it in conjunction with the restaurant's existing offers - which means you can get your hands on plenty of pizza for next to nothing.

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If you can wait until Tuesday, for example, when Domino's offers a buy-one-get-one-free deal on pizzas, you can get two large 13.5 inchers for £19.99. Minus your £15 discount and you're getting two large pizzas for £4.99 - as I'm sure the maths whizzes among you have already realised.

You can make Tuesdays more bearable with two large Domino's pizzas for a fiver. Credit: PA
You can make Tuesdays more bearable with two large Domino's pizzas for a fiver. Credit: PA

If you're already a customer with TopCashBack, then I'm afraid you won't be able to cash in on the offer. However, if you're not a member, all you need to do is sign up through this link and place your order. The £15 will then appear in your TopCashBack account within 14 working days of the promotion end date, and from there, you can transfer the funds into your bank account.

You can use the £15 cashback alongside any of the chain's deals throughout the week - though you can't use it in conjunction with anything that requires a voucher code, such as student discount.

It's also worth noting that only one person per household can sign up for the offer, so you're going to have to share those pizzas around - or just buy more for the still-pretty-reasonable price of two for £19.99.

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One couple who would presumably be well up for two large Domino's pizzas for a fiver are Victoria and Tom Browne. The newlyweds, from St Austell, Cornwall, decided to part company with tradition, instead opting to serve their wedding guests with a £350 order from Domino's.

Guests seemed pleased with the alternative wedding spread. Credit: SWNS
Guests seemed pleased with the alternative wedding spread. Credit: SWNS

The order was comprised of 30 large pizzas, 20 garlic breads, 20 boxes of chicken strips and 20 boxes of wedges, which were delivered piping hot after the ceremony alongside loads of garlic and herb dip.

Mrs Browne said: "Most people know me and Tom just don't do things traditionally. I didn't want traditional sandwiches or anything at the wedding, I wanted something that stood out.

"We actually kept joking, saying, 'Shall we have Domino's?' But as it got closer and we didn't have any food plans, we started seriously considering it and I emailed Domino's asking the question.

"People are still gobsmacked with it, people think that as a buffet you have to have like sandwiches and stuff. I don't really like pasties and I'm not picking them because everyone else likes them."

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Jake Massey

Jake Massey is a journalist at LADbible. He graduated from Newcastle University, where he learnt a bit about media and a lot about living without heating. After spending a few years in Australia and New Zealand, Jake secured a role at an obscure radio station in Norwich, inadvertently becoming a real-life Alan Partridge in the process. From there, Jake became a reporter at the Eastern Daily Press. Jake enjoys playing football, listening to music and writing about himself in the third person.

 

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