Domino’s fans can get two pizzas for FREE today to celebrate New Year’s Eve – The Sun

DOMINO'S fans can get their hands on two pizzas completely for free this New Year's Eve by stacking two discount deals together.

It could make a tasty treat to celebrate the start of 2020 with.

The offer makes the most of Domino's weekly Two for Tuesday offer, which sees the pizza chain give customers buy one get one free on its medium and large pizzas (small pizzas for gluten-free bases) every Tuesday.

And as New Year's Eve this year falls on a Tuesday, it means you can make the most of the offer.

But there's also a separate deal available to new users of TopCashback who can get up to £15 off Domino's orders.

Domino's prices vary by store and on whether you're getting a delivery or collection, but as an example, we found you could get two medium 11.5-inch original cheese and tomato pizzas for £14.49 at a London branch under Two for Tuesday.

How to save money on pizza

TAKEAWAY pizzas taste great but they can hit you hard on your wallet. Here are some tips on how to save on pizza:

Cashback websites – TopCashback and Quidco often pay you to order your pizza through them. They're paid by retailers for every click that comes to their website from the cashback site, which eventually trickles down to you. So you'll get cashback on orders placed through them.

Discount codes – The Sun has its very own voucher site chock full of discount codes you can use to get money off your order.

Make you own topping – One savvy customer noticed that Domino's charges up to 70p MORE for pizzas on its menu compared to ordering the same one through the "create your own" option. It's worth trying out to see if it makes a difference before you place your next order.

Buy it from the shops – Okay, it might not taste exactly the same but you'll save the most money by picking up your favourite pizza from your local supermarket. Some Asda stores sell freshly made ones from the pizza counter where prices start at around £4.

So with the cashback on top, that means you're effectively getting both pizzas completely free.

There's no minimum spend, but you'll only get your order refunded up to a total of £15, including delivery.

So if your total bill comes to anything up to and including £15 then you'll get whatever amount you spent refunded.

Go over the £15 mark, and you'll just get £15 off your final bill.

But you might want to go quick as the offer is only available until 11.59pm on January 2, 2020 or until 5,000 people have redeemed the deal – whichever is first.

Just be aware that the offer can only be redeemed once per household. Existing TopCashback users can also get the offer as long as they've never made a purchase or received cashback from the site before.

How to get the free food

  • You'll first need to create a TopCashback account
  • Once you've registered, go to the deal on TopCashback's wesbite and click on "get cashback now" to head to Just Eat's online shop or app
  • Make your purchase
  • Wait for the money to appear in your TopCashback account – you'll be able to transfer it to your bank account around 14 days after the promotion end date.

TopCashback warns that cashback can show at a lower rate initially but says it will uplift within 14 working days of the promotion ending.

If the cashback doesn't go through at all, TopCashback says you'll need to submit a claim again within 14 working days of the deal expiring.

If you love Domino's, here's how to ALWAYS bag yourself a discount on Domino's Pizza.

Plus, here are eight ways to never pay full price again for a Domino’s takeaway order.

And in tragic news, Domino’s British chief David Bauernfeind, 51, died on Boxing Day in a snorkelling accident while on a family holiday in Mauritius.

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