Domino's is giving away 10,000 free pizzas across the country, as a way of celebrating the opening of their 1,000th store in the UK.
Although it sounds good, there's not as much pizza to go around as you might hope, as they're giving out pizza at each of their stores. That means there will only be ten free pizzas on offer at each branch.
Domino's stores open at 11am today. If you're one of the first people to arrive and ask for a free pizza, then you'll be given a free personal cheese and tomato pizza.
Another satisfied customer. Credit: PA Images
There's some additional good news for anyone who lives near the new store - the chain's 1,000th - in Overton, Hampshire - not only will you now be able to order Domino's, you will also be entitled to an extra giveaway. A hundred 'Domi-notes' have been hidden around the town which, if found, entitle you to a free pizza.
Domino's CEO David Wild said: "'Domi-Day' is our way of saying thank you for their continued loyalty and support and we look forward to opening more stores, creating more jobs and delivering more pizza over the next 30 years and beyond."
Here's how Twitter reacted to the giveaway:
I better get my free domino's today if I'm one of the first 10
- liss SDMN (@minterffs) August 1, 2017
can it hurry up and be 10 o clock so I can get my dominos
- nat (@badwisglory) August 1, 2017
- free shrugs (@angelaroise) August 1, 2017
While you're there, you might fancy grabbing yourself the new Lotta-Chocca Pizza:
Served on a six-inch dough base, it's topped with melted milk chocolate and is supposed to serve four. But let's be honest, I don't think anyone will be sharing it.
The food-coma-inducing pizza sets you back £4.99 ($6.60) and has 204 calories per serving.
Domino's opened its first store in Luton back in 1985.
To find your nearest branch, enter your postcode into the Domino's store finder.
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