Domino’s Giving Free Handmade Pan Pizza Slices

Leading pizza company Domino’s Pizza (NYSE: DPZ) is inviting consumers to try its new Handmade Pan Pizza, launching the biggest sampling program in the company’s history and giving away half a million pizza slices.

On Tuesday, Oct. 23, from noon to 2 p.m. local time, participating Domino’s stores across the U.S. will each give away 100 free slices of Handmade Pan Pizza.

Domino’s recently introduced its Handmade Pan Pizza with a crispy golden crust, a great buttery taste – and most importantly – fresh, never-frozen dough, says the company.

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“Domino’s spent three years perfecting this product and raising the bar for pan pizza, so we felt there was no better time for us to launch our biggest sampling event ever,” said Chris Brandon, Domino’s Pizza spokesperson.

“Our goal is to give as many people as possible the opportunity to experience the fantastic taste of our new Handmade Pan Pizza made with fresh, never-frozen dough. We hope everyone experiences love at first bite.”

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The national sampling event kicks off a big week to close out National Pizza Month, ending with one of the biggest days of the year for Domino’s Pizza: Halloween.

As dinnertime arrives for trick-or-treaters on Oct. 31, Domino’s expects to sell nearly 1 million pizzas – a 40 percent increase over a typical Wednesday night.

Traditionally, Halloween ranks as one of the busiest days for Domino’s Pizza in the United States. Other top days for Domino’s are Thanksgiving Eve, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day.

The company suggests that customers can visit and click on “locations” to find the closest store and pick up a free slice of Domino’s Handmade Pan Pizza while supplies last.

Photo courtesy: Domino’s Pizza

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