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    Domino's Offering BOGO Pizza Deal for March Madness

  • Industry News March 12, 2018
    Domino’s
    College basketball’s tournament month is a busy time for Domino’s.

    Domino's Pizza is kicking off college basketball’s biggest month by offering a buy one menu-priced pizza, get one free deal for carryout customers who order online through March 18.

    “The first week of tournament games has officially begun, and we wanted to give basketball fans a special deal as they’re gathering around the TV,” says Jenny Fouracre, Domino’s spokesperson. “Fans can take advantage of two carryout pizzas for the price of one when they order on any of Domino’s digital ordering channels.”

    College basketball’s tournament month is a busy time for Domino’s, especially near the end of it. Domino’s sold more than 2 million pizzas during the 2017 semifinals and championship game night combined—enough to give more than 27 pizzas to each person attending the final game in San Antonio this year.

    “Basketball teams aren’t the only ones preparing for a spot in the finals,” says Fouracre. “Domino’s team members and stores across the country are gearing up in their own way to handle the game day rush. It takes training, focus and hustle to make great-tasting pizzas during these busy days.”

    Carryout customers may take advantage of the BOGO deal by ordering online at http://www.dominos.com, via Amazon Alexa, Slack, Facebook Messenger, voice ordering with Dom or any of Domino’s ordering apps for iPad, iPhone, Android, Windows Phone 8, and Kindle Fire. The free pizza must be of equal or lesser value than the purchased pizza.

    Domino’s and Basketball Facts

    • During the 2017 college basketball tournament, Domino's produced enough dough to match the weight of more than 19 million basketballs.
    • It takes 69 Domino’s pizza boxes stacked from the floor of a basketball court to reach the hoop.
    • It takes more than 4,500 Domino’s pizza boxes to cover a 4,600-square-foot basketball court.
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