Dominos is giving free pizza to anyone with student loans.
The pizza chain announced it will give away $1 million worth of free pizza to all customers burdened by student loans. The deal kicked off on Oct. 25, and the restaurant will continue to give out a limited number of free pizza codes to eligible customers until $1 million worth of free pizza has been claimed, per a Domino’s press release.
“Student loan payments have resumed for millions of Americans, and we wanted to help in our own little way by using the power of pizza to do something nice for our customers,” said Kate Trumbull, Domino’s senior vice president, chief brand officer in a press release. “When life gives you loans, Domino’s gives you free pizza!”
To snag the deal, customers can apply on the official Dominos website. Eligible applicants will receive a code for one free pizza via email, which will be redeemable for 30 days.
The free pizza deal is part of Domino’s Emergency Pizza program, an initiative the restaurant announced in October, which provides customers will a free medium two-topping pizza “whenever you need it most,” per Domino’s. Now through Feb. 11, rewards members can receive a coupon for a free medium pizza.
Emergency pizzas cannot be ordered on Oct. 31, Dec. 31 or Feb. 11.