The freebie deal is a part of Domino's Emergency Pizza program
Domino’s is lending a hand to those with student loans.
On Wednesday, the pizza chain announced that they will give away $1 million worth of free pizza to all customers with student loans, which resumed in September.
The initiative is part of Domino's Emergency Pizza program, which includes offering those with outstanding student loans to apply for one free medium pizza with two toppings.
On Oct. 25, Domino’s will begin giving out a limited supply of codes to those eligible until the $1 million supply runs out.
"When life gives you loans, Domino's gives you free pizza!" Kate Trumbull, the senior vice president of the food company said in a statement.
In October, the company unveiled its Emergency Pizza program, allowing customers to score a free pizza from the chain “whenever they need it most,” according to a statement from Dominos. Now through Feb. 11, customers can order a medium two-topping pizza for free, as long as they are reward members.
Designed with burnt dinners, power outages and surprise in-law visits in mind, the emergency pie is a one-time members-only deal. Domino’s guests earn the coupon when signed into their rewards account and after placing a delivery or carry out order of $8 or more. Emergency pizzas cannot be ordered on Oct. 31, Dec. 31 or Feb. 11.
But the nationwide fast food offerings aren't stopping at Domino's. Wendy’s is dishing out scary-good deals for Halloween.
Starting Oct. 27 through Oct. 31, the fast food chain is offering several deals for "you and your boo" – from freebies to buy-one-get-one-free options. The only catch is they must exclusively be ordered on the app or website — not in-store.
From BOGO premium sandwiches to free 6-piece chicken nuggets, the deals change every day leading up to the spooky holiday.
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