Domino’s is looking to stir up some customer goodwill, offering free pizzas with minimal effort. The chain has launched a new promotion, offering a free “Emergency Pizza” to customers.
There are, of course, a few hoops you’ll have to jump through. To get a free pizza, you’ll have to first place an order of $7.99 or more, then either sign in or up for Domino’s Rewards program within seven days.
From there, you’ll have 30 days to redeem your free medium two-topping pizza. (Note that you won’t be able to get your emergency pizza on Oct. 31, Dec. 31 or Feb. 11, Super Bowl Sunday.)
Feb. 11 is also the last day of the promotion.
“With so much uncertainty in everyday life, we believe everyone needs a pizza pick-me-up at some point,” said Kate Trumbull, Domino’s senior vice president and chief brand officer in a statement.
You’ll only qualify for one Emergency Pizza during the promotion, but it can be combined with other deals. Delivery charges will apply.
Domino’s has been on something of a PR push for much of this year, launching new programs, such as the ability for people to order a pizza from any location and via Apple CarPlay. It also plans to add to its Chevy Bolt delivery fleet by more than 300, bringing the total to over 1,100, due to enthusiasm from stores and franchisees.
The company’s most recent earnings report fell short of analyst expectations. Overall revenue fell 3.9% to $1.03 billion.