What’s better than having pizzas? 50% off pizzas, that’s what!
Keeping their customers’ hearts and minds in thought, Domino’s Pizza is now giving out a whopping 50% off to their loyal fanbase for all pizzas on the menu for take-away!
Effective 13th July 2020, you will be able to indulge in your favourite pizzas without having to feel the pinch. The promotion is applicable for all pizzas of all sizes, so, grab the offer while it is still hot from the oven!
Linda Hassan, the Group Chief Marketing Officer of Domino’s Pizza Malaysia and Singapore said in a press statement: “We understand that in this current situation, Malaysians are prudent in their spending and some may be facing greater challenges than others. We felt it was timely and highly appropriate to introduce a valuable offer that will allow us to cater to all of our customers.”
“At Domino’s, our customers are always our number one priority and we are ever ready to go the extra mile to offer our customers their favourite pizzas at a fantastic value,” she added. “The thought behind this value deal goes down to filling the needs and wants of our customers and rest assured that we will always stand by our promise in creating
great moments for our customers, families and friends. To all value seekers, this is for you!”.
Domino’s Pizza also encourages its customers to utilise the cashless payment service in the times of the pandemic. Other than debit and credit cards, you can also opt for other options like Grabpay and other online banking methods.
For greater convenience, the promotion is available for Domino’s exclusive Potong-Q and Pandu Ambil services too. Domino’s Pizza also has additional offers set in line for the upcoming weeks, so stay tuned for that.
This half-price offer is only for a limited time, place your order at Domino’s website or the Domino’s Pizza mobile app to savour your pizza cravings now!
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