You Can Get Two Domino's Pizzas For 99p This New Year's Eve.
The New Year is almost upon us, which means you'll be deciding whether to head out into town to ring in the next decade or heading to a mate's for a house party.
You might even just be planning a night in under the blanket with the TV on, watching it all happen from the safety of your settee.
Either way, you'll be needing to line your stomach and what better way to do it than with a pizza or two?
Good news - the good folks over at Domino's are offering customers the chance to get their hands on two pizzas for just 99p. No, this is not a drill, nor is it some terrible New Year prank.
As a bonanza Two for Tuesdays deal, the fast-food giant is offering its standard two medium cheese and tomato pizzas for just £15.99.
But when you add this deal to TopCashback's £15 cashback deal, it means you can bag yourself dinner for less than a quid. Amen!
However, this added extra is only available to new members, so we're sorry if you've already signed up with them in the past. Maybe find your mate who hasn't and convince them that now is the time.
All you have to do is sign up to TopCashback, which is free, and then find the £15 cashback at Domino's page. Click and it will whizz you over to the pizza giant's website faster than you can say large pepperoni and dough balls.
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Once there, you just order as you normally would, but make sure to order at least £15 worth of grub to qualify for the deal. TopCashback will then credit your account with the bonus within a week of your order being made.
The deal is available until 2 February 2020 - but bear in mind that the Two for Tuesday offer will have ended by then, so you need to act quickly if you want to make the most of it.
And just to reiterate, this deal is only open to NEW members, so if you've already used TopCashback before, you won't be allowed to do it again.
Sorry, but rules are rules.
Anyway, what are you still doing here? Get over and get your orders in. Go!
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