Domino’s Regrets Telling Customers They Get 100 Years Of Free Pizza If They Get Tattoos

Domino's Tattoo

Expensive mistake.

What could be better than getting free pizza for 100 years if you get a small tattoo of Domino’s on yourself forever? Probably just getting free pizza for 100 years without the tattoo sure, but I think it’s a pretty small price to pay for unlimited pizza for essentially the rest of your life. Especially if the tattoo isn’t even in a visible place or anything.

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Domino’s were actually stupid enough to promote this offer over in Russia with the firm promising 100 free pizzas for the next 100 years for those that got the tattoo. Unfortunately, the tattoo did have to be visible and over 2cm wide, but you could still get it like on the back of your knee or something so there were definitely ways around it. You could also get it in black and white and not even Domino’s colours if you wanted.

Anyway, the promotion was supposed to last from the start of September to the start of November but so many people had got inked up in the Domino’s style that they had to shut it down because they had run out of their allocation of free pizzas. They took to social media with the following announcement:

Friends, we already have 350 participants!

We are not receiving any new tattoos!

If you are at a tattoo artist’s and getting tattoos, we will include you in the list of participants. But we are waiting for pictures before 12:00 today.

For those [getting tattoos] later, we recommend cancelling the appointment, because unfortunately we will not be able to include you.

Hot damn that’s pretty annoying but I suppose you’ve gotta be quick on these things. Kinda skanky they said it would run for two months and they shut it down after ten days though yeah. They have at least followed through with their original promise as you can see some people have already been awarded certificates and enjoyed their free pizzas. That’s cool.

For more Domino’s, check out these discount codes for every Domino’s in the country. Yes.


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