Dining out with friends and family can be a challenge. It can be expensive and not everyone always gets exactly what they want.
It’s an important balance in keeping the tab to a minimum, while getting a variety of foods for the everyone at the table, including those picky eaters. Thanks to Domino’s latest offer, it’s all taken care of — just click and pick-up.
The popular pizza chain’s Mix & Match Deal offers a wide selection of menu items at just $5.99 each at participating locations. However, you must purchase two or more items to get the special price.
The special is available for a limited time.
Selection and price may vary by location.
Choose from the following items:
Medium, two-topping pizza
Breads — Parmesan Bread Twists, Garlic Bread Twists, Stuffed Cheesy Bread, Stuffed Cheesy Bread with Bacon & Jalapeño, Stuffed Cheesy Bread with Spinach & Feta, Parmesan Bread Bites or Cinnamon Bread Twists
Salads — Classic Garden or Chicken Caesar
Chicken — Boneless Chicken, Specialty Chicken – Crispy Bacon & Tomato, Specialty Chicken – Classic Hot Buffalo, Specialty Chicken – Sweet BBQ Bacon, Specialty Chicken – Spicy Jalapeno Pineapple, Honey BBQ Wings, Garlic Parmesan Wings, Hot Buffalo Wings, Sweet Mango Habanero Wings or Plain Wings
Sandwiches — Philly Cheese Steak, Chicken Bacon Ranch, Italian, Chicken Parm, Buffalo Chicken, Chicken Habanero or Mediterranean Veggie
Pastas — Build Your Own Pasta, Chicken Alfredo, Italian Sausage Marinara, Chicken Carbonara or Pasta Primavera Desserts — Cinnamon Bread Twists, Domino’s Marbled Cookie Brownie or Chocolate Lava Crunch Cakes
If you order for delivery, the price of each item increases to $6.99. In addition, delivery orders may be subject to additional fees. Bargain hunters will just pick up their order for the best savings.
You must add the coupon to your online order. If you’re ordering in-restaurant for carryout, be sure to mention the offer at checkout.
If you’re looking for a bigger deal, Domino’s continues to offer its popular $7.99 Carryout Special every day.
This post was first published at Living on the Cheap. Used here by permission.