Celebrate the Big Game with Domino's $5.99 Mix and Match Deal

    Industry News | February 1, 2021
    Domino's mix and match deal.
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    Domino's is committed to providing a safe, delicious, hot meal the way customers want it.

    Large gatherings and parties may seem like a distant memory, but one thing remains the same: on the biggest game day of the year, football fans from all over the country will take a seat around their respective TVs and enjoy pizza, and Domino's corporate and franchise-owned stores are ready to deliver.

    Whether you’re ordering a meal for one or for your entire household for Sunday's big game, when it comes to delivering a satisfying feast, there’s only one play to remember: Domino’s $5.99 mix and match deal. 

    "Football's favorite Sunday is consistently one of Domino's busiest delivery days of the year," says Jenny Fouracre, Domino's spokesperson. "Domino's corporate and franchise team members prepare for this day, much like the final two football teams battling it out. It takes focus, practice, a great player lineup and extra hustle to come through on game day. Domino's stores across the country have prepared by staffing up, ordering extra ingredients and practicing the art of precision pizza-making."

    Domino's is committed to providing a safe, delicious, hot meal the way customers want it – whether via contactless carryout or delivery. Stores across the U.S. also offer Domino's Carside Delivery, which gives customers the option of staying in their vehicle while a team member delivers their order to them in the store's parking lot, making for a convenient, contactless carryout experience.

    Domino's Game Day Stats

    Domino's typically sells about 2 million pizzas on football's biggest game day – about 30 percent more than on a normal Sunday.

    The most popular pizza topping for the football event of the year is pepperoni.

    While Domino's stores throughout Kansas City and Tampa will see high sales at the beginning of the game, the city of the winning team will likely see higher sales at the end of the night.

    During last year's game, Domino's sold enough pizzas to stretch across about 6,000 football fields.

    News and information presented in this release has not been corroborated by QSR, Food News Media, or Journalistic, Inc.