Here’s How You Can Get A Free Domino’s Pizza

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Is there anything better than pizza? Trick question — the answer is free pizza.

And thanks to Domino’s, if you’re a member of the pizza chain’s Piece of the Pie Rewards program, you’ll be getting just that from Feb. 2 – April 28. And we’re not just talking a slice, we’re talking a whole medium two-topping pizza for zero dollars!

There is no purchase necessary for the deal, which Domino’s has called Points for Pies. All you have to do is upload a photo of any pizza in the Domino’s app once per week for six weeks and the free pizza is yours.

And that’s any slice or whole pizza from anywhere you can get pizza. That means pies from other restaurants, homemade ones or frozen pizzas from the grocery store are fair game to qualify for this giveaway.

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Here’s how it works: You’ll get 10 points for each photo you uploaded for the six weeks, giving you 60 points at the end. You do not have to use the points on the pizza right away, but they do expire in six months, so don’t forget about them if you’re saving the pizza for another time.

The photos must be uploaded via the Domino’s app and you must be a Piece of the Pie Rewards member to qualify.

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By joining the Piece of the Pie Rewards program, you’ll begin earning 10 points for every future order of $10 or more. Once you’ve spent $60, you’ll get another free medium pizza.

So go ahead and stock up on pizza photos in your phone so you can deploy them at the right time!

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