In a somewhat unexpected promotion, PlayStation Plus members in the UK can currently get a discount on Domino’s pizza every Sunday.
To quote the promotion, PlayStation Plus subscribers can get “any pizza, any size, £10.99 on Sundays.”
To be more accurate and to also reference the promotion’s terms and conditions, you can sign into your PlayStation Plus account each week to claim an exclusive voucher code for Domino’s pizza.
However, the voucher codes are only valid on Sundays. They’re also only valid for “any size pizza from the menu or Create Your Own up to 4 toppings.” Additional toppings, fancier crusts and bases, and any other items will be charged as extra.
This deal starts today, 20th of October 2019, and runs all the way until the 29th of December, 2019. That’s an entire 10 pizzas if you start today, and it’ll only set you back £109.90*!
*For comparison: 12 months of PlayStation Plus is only £49.99, or just under 5 PlayStation-Plus-deal-exclusive pizzas.
To be completely honest, this isn’t really the best deal you can get at Domino’s. Just taking a quick glance at the online Deals menu shows that I can get “any classic crust pizza from the menu, or create [my] own with up to 4 toppings” for a slightly lower price of £9.99, and I can do this deal any day of the week before 4pm.
But hey, if you’ve got a PlayStation Plus account, live in the UK, and have a hankering for Domino’s pizza but only on Sundays, you’re in luck!
For more information, including the terms and conditions, you can check out the promotion’s official page by following the link here.
In related video-game-and-food deals, you can currently win an Xbox One X Eclipse Limited Edition Bundle along with thousands of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate access codes just by eating Taco Bell.
Please note that, while this pizza deal is only open to people in the UK, the Xbox contest is only for US citizens. Now, where’s the “free Nintendo Switch with every Starbucks order” worldwide promotion that we all need…Swipe to read more stories and follow us on Twitter or like us on Facebook Open Comments More Articles from MSPU