Domino's doesn't have enough drivers right now, so it wants you to come get your own pizza — and it's even ready to pay you to do it … kinda.
From now through March 26, customers who order their pizzas online and choose carryout receive a $3 "tip" in the form of a coupon code that can be redeemed on future orders.
If this gimmick sounds familiar, that's because Domino's ran the same promotion earlier this year just in time for the Super Bowl, one of the busiest days for pizza delivery. During the four-month promotion period, customers claimed a whopping 17 million $3 carryout tip coupons. This time around, you can take advantage of the coupons during the Super Bowl but also during the holidays when you might have a whole family of hungry houseguests to feed.
"Domino's will tip you $3 to pick up your pizza"— Dan Price (@DanPriceSeattle) February 7, 2022
is a hell of a way of saying
"Domino's refuses to pay its drivers the wage required to get workers, and thinks you'll just do the job for a sub-minimum wage."
To claim your $3, just place an order for at least $5 on Domino's website or app, and click the "Claim your $3 tip" prompt. You'll get an email with a unique code that must be used by Sunday of the same week on an order of at least $5. You can claim and use a coupon code once every day.
The restaurant industry has been particularly hard hit by a labor shortage during the pandemic. Big chains like McDonald's and Starbucks have been forced cut hours, shut down dining rooms, and scale back menus. Domino's has also increased prices and adjusted promotions this year, though the chain still has some of the best cheap pizza deals around.