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Honestly, thank God. This isn't just the news we needed, it's the news we deserved.

Domino's has officially launched GPS delivery tracking in the Republic of Ireland with 'Domi-Pin', and are giving away 400 Catalan Chicken & Chorizo pizzas to celebrate. The newest pizza style is a rich, hearty full-flavoured meal starring a Mediterranean-inspired flavour combination that’s tried and tested.

The tracking shows the location of your driver from store to door, and the pizzamakers are touring Ireland with a giant GPS pin as well as handing out hundreds of pizzas this week. Nom.

This week, from today until Friday, 1 March, people who spot the Domi-Pin will win one of the new Catalan Chicken and Chorizo pizzas on the spot…life just can't get any better. 

The four-foot-high Domi-Pin is set to appear all around Ireland, with the Domino's team giving away delicious treats to pizza lovers nationwide. 

The Domino’s GPS team can be found at Domino’s stores in Citywest, Athlone, Letterkenny, and Galway respectively this week at 2pm to 4pm. Get yerselves down there ASAP.

The first 100 pizza fans at each location only have to spot the giant Domi-Pin and say hi to the team to win a personal Catalan Chicken and Chorizo Pizza.

Eagle-eyed pizza fans who spot and share or repost a picture on Twitter using the #DominosGPS hashtag and tag @Dominos_ROI will also be in with a chance to win. 

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The GPS tracker is the first of its kind in Ireland, and gives you the ability to track your pizzas all the way from the oven to your gaff. The tracker opens to a live map at the delivery stage so you can track the progress of your driver.

There's even a countdown, so anyone on a time limit can prepare for the tasty arrival. We are ridiculously excited to try and test the new technology, is anyone else suddenly starving?

To order, check out the Domino's website or head into your local store. Those stunning Catalan Chicken and Chorizo pizzas are just €22 for a large, in case anyone's wondering. We know we were…

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Get yourselves ready ladies, because Domino's is about to blow our minds but not our healthy January food habits.

Not that we were sticking to them very well anyway, but now there's ZERO guilt for bingeing on delicious pizza, because Domino's are releasing a brand new LOW-CALORIE range.

Thank the tomato sauce and mozarella gods for this beautiful and heavenly gift.

The pizzamaker launched their brand new Delight range by floating massive inflatable slices in the Irish sky to beat those January blues, and are generously giving away 1,000 FREE pizzas to spot the balloons.

Anyone who spots, snaps and shares photos around Dublin's Grand Canal of a Domino's special Floating Slices of Delight using the #SliceOfDelight hashtag will have any remaining January Blues lightened with some delish doughy goodness.

You can also retweet or repost @Dominos_ROI #SliceOfDelight snap to be included in the 1,000. 

The initiative emphasises the introduction of the Domino’s Delight range, developed to contain less than 650kcal per small pizza and around 100kcal for one small but life-changing slice.

The Delight Chicken and Delight Vegi options make sure to use Domino’s signature fresh dough hand-stretched thinner and reduced fat mozzarella. WE NEED IT.

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Luckily for us, the Delight range is available to buy on the Domino’s app, on www.dominos.ie or in store from €16 for a medium pizza and €20 for a large. Get 'em while they're hot, folks.

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This is not a drill!

To celebrate 25 years of business in Ireland, the world's biggest pizza delivery chain is giving away 1,200 free pizzas next week.

With 48 outlets in the ROI, Domino's remains one of the nation's most-loved take-aways – and when free food is involved, it's not hard to see why.

So, how do you get your hands on one?

Well, the first 25 customers to sing Domino's Happy Birthday in store on Monday, November 13, will be presented with a freshly handmade Domino’s medium Hamrock pizza – simples!

As well as that, the fast food chain will a gift a pizza party to the value of €250 to 25 people who are lucky enough to be celebrating their 25th birthday between November 13 and November 26.

To nominate yourself or a friend, all you have to do is log on to the Domino's Facebook page where you you'll need to explain why you feel this person deserves to win.

Oh, and before all you chancers start getting any ideas, the selected winners will need to provide proof of age before they can claim their prize.

Peter Foley, Country Manager Ireland for Domino’s, said: “We’re delighted to be celebrating our 25-year anniversary in Ireland and the newest store opening in Citywest."

 "Giving our loyal customers the chance to showcase their voices in exchange for freshly handmade pizza feels like the perfect way to mark this major milestone.

"We often hear our Irish fans in full voice after watching the football, or a big concert, so we have no doubt we’ll be giving away lots of Domino’s!"

We'll eat to that!

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We've all been there. Saturday night, not a word from anyone all day, when all of a sudden your phone lights up.

You immediately start planning your outfit and gearing up for the night ahead – but oh wait, it's just Domino's Pizza again.

Is there anything anything more disappointing?

Well, one Cork lad has decided that enough is enough, and although he loves Domino's deeply, the constant texts have got to stop.

Seán Fogarty took to his local branch's Facebook page to let them down easy.

“Look. What had was incredible that night  but i cant see you anymore (sic). I want you to know i love and respect you but im seeing someone else now,” he wrote.

And the plot thickens.

“I know i said don't worry about them but i have to be honest now. Im seeing Apache Pizza Ballyvolane. They make me feel special. But what we had was special too and ill cherish it always. <3 its not you, its me, and my wallet.”

But, determined to be the bigger person, Domino's waited until emotions had settled before dishing out the most brilliant response.

“Dearest Seán. It has taken me a while to write back, because I just couldn't bring myself to reach out to you again, knowing you would only break my heart even further. But I can stay silent no more,” they began.

“The time we shared… it really was special. I had no idea you were seeing someone else… that you had a bit on the side. I'll admit… it hurt. A lot. Especially hearing who you were cheating on me with.

“Do they give you as many toppings as I did? Do they knead your dough as long and as lovingly as I did? Do they taste as good as I do?”

“On second thought, forget I asked. I don't want to know. It would hurt me too much to hear the answers.

“I'll admit, I was tempted to beg you to take me back. Surely once you saw how much I needed you you would rethink things. But no. I won't beg. I will respect your decision and try to move on with my life.

“Hopefully someday I will find someone who held me like you did, who enjoyed me as much as you did. Someone who loves me for who I am – a steaming hot dish, crispy on the outside yet soft on the inside, cheesy af, sometimes spicy, sometimes not, who wants nothing more than to be loved and touched and devoured intensely.

“I believe that person does exist, and they will love me more than you ever did”.

But of course, like all great break-ups, Domino's finished with a little dig:

“Best of luck with your bit on the side – and don't be calling me at 2am when you get sick of her or when she disappoints you, because I'll probably be busy with someone else. #MovingOn #PepperoniPassion#BreakUpsAreHard”

You'll bounce back Domions – we got you! 

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Greatness from Dominooo's.

Yes, it's theme tune is stuck in our heads right now, but let's be honest with ourselves, we all love a feast from Domino's every now and again.

The pizza chain suits us perfectly on hangover days, sick days and as cheat meals, however, its latest revelation has people freaking TF out.

It turns out the Domino's Garlic and Herb dip (the family size version) contains 675 calories.

Yes, we know it's the equivalent of two McDonald's cheeseburgers, but we don't order Domino's to be healthy, do we?

Plus it's family size, and meant to be shared (but we can admit that we gobble it all up by ourselves sometimes).

Domino’s told The Sun: “Our Garlic & Herb Big Dip is great for sharing with family and friends, and we recommend each party size should serve at least four people. Single size pots are also available at 169 cals each.

“We’re committed to providing transparent nutritional information on our website and via our app, to enable customers to make informed decisions.”

We'll be honest, we're not too bothered by this news… we might even order a Domino's tonight.

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We have to admit that even though it seems hella lazy, we've all had nights when we just don't want to answer the door to the delivery man.

Sometimes, we don't even want to ring up a restaurant to give our order, so this will come in handy for… well, for hangover days, hectic days, period days, or any other day that you just feel a little lazy.

Domino's has announced its 'door-livery' innovation, which a Heatwave Letterbox being installed into your door, that will keep your order fresh for up to 12 hours.

Domino's will deliver your pizza even if you're not there, so it will still be piping hot for when you get home.

And you can even choose the style of your new Heatwave Letterbox, which include finishes such as ice chrome, slick nickel and classy brassy.

Would you be interested in this? We totally would. Too bad it's an April Fool's joke.

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With every year, comes at least four or five weddings you have to attend.

And even though they're great craic, it can be a bit stressful too. What to wear? How to travel to and from? What present to get the newlyweds?

Well, Domino's has just answered the latter part of your prayers.

Yes, Domino's.

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The fast food giant has legit launched a wedding registry… because, pizza is always the better option, right?

Any cheese-lovin', pizza-poppin' couple would adore this and it actually has some pretty sweet wedding-deals.

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You can either sponsor the hen party for around 60 quid, give the men a '2am Bachelor Party Feast' or treat the newly-married couple to a 'Post-Honeymoon Adjustment To Real Life' pizza.

We'd say many married couples would prefer this as a present opposed to… well, silverware.

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If anyone has a serious case of The Fear this morning, it's one particular branch of Domino's Pizza after an employee was snapped in a compromising position in a well-known highstreet supermarket.

So, it all kicked off when the guy, who was wearing a Dominos uniform, was photographed stocking up on potato wedges in a branch of Aldi in the UK.

Taking to social media to call the pizza giant out on the apparent indiscretion, SineadSarah shared the snap before writing: "Thank you @dominos – next time I spend 3.99 on tiny portion of potato wedges, I'll remember there from Asda." (sic)

Twitter users, unsurprisingly, wasted no time getting in on the drama as the tweet racked up more than 17,000 likes in less than 24 hours.

"Free Pizza for life coming her way so she doesn't reveal any more of your secrets!" wrote one (exceptionally gleeful) social media user.

"I feel so betrayed," added another.

Weighing in on the controversy, a spokesperson for the international franchise acknowledged the public's outrage, and hastened to offer an explanation for the move.

"With a big sporting weekend, very occasionally our stores are in an unfortunate position where some products may run out," she said.

"We do not advocate this as a solution and are investigating. We have rigorous food standards where our franchisees buy all food from our approved suppliers to help maintain the high standards customers rightly expect.”

Right, so…

 

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Ever been so worse for wear that even ordering a takeaway feels like effort?

Well, at long last the heroes at Domino’s have found a solution.

The pizza giant has launched a new facility which allows customers to order food through Facebook simply by messaging the word “PIZZA” to a contact called “Dom”.

“Dom” – who is in fact an artificially intelligent chatbot – enables Facebook users to satisfy their cravings near instantaneously by automatically ordering a user’s favourite pizza upon receiving the word “PIZZA” or – if you’re really suffering – its emoji equivalent.

To get set up, all you need to do is open an “Easy Order” account with Dominos and link it to your Facebook profile.

Then, open your messages, find “Dom” and let him take care of the rest.

Sundays just got a whole lot better.

 

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You know that delighted feeling you get when you order a takeaway only to learn on arrival that you’ve been given extra food?

Well, imagine how you’d feel if your delivery came with $5,000 in cash.

After ordering chicken wings from Domino’s in San Jose, a Californian woman discovered that she had accidentally been given a container full of cash instead of her food.

But while most of us would take the 5k and head straight for the shops, honest Selena Avalos contacted the branch from which her food had been sent and alerted those working there of their mistake.

According to The Sun, the popular pizza chain rewarded the Spacetel Wireless manager’s honesty by offering her free pizza for a year.

And just for being a good person, Selena’s boss gave her a paid week off work.

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You know those times when you're so hungover you just wish that a big cheesy pizza would magically drop onto your kitchen table and you'd be saved?

Yeah, we all have those dreams from time to time but now, it seems that it actually could happen.

Domino's, being a pizza wonder that it is, has tested out a delivery drone in New Zealand – and it turned out quite well.

Called Flirtey, the drone successfully completed one autonomous flight delivery yesterday which means it's now one step closer to being brought into the mainstream. 

It has brilliant packaging techniques that makes sure your pizza stays nice and toasty throughout the the whole delivery process.

It's also driven electrically unmanned and has several built-in safety features, like 'low battery return to safe location' and 'auto-return home' features in case of loss of GPS signal or communication.

"Domino's customers can expect the freshest and fastest pizza delivery service at the same quality they have come to expect from us thanks to Flirtey's industry-leading technology," said Domino's CEO Don Meij.

We're liking the sound of this.

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We love pizza. In fact, we love it so much we'd go to great lengths to get it. But, not as great as this man.

Paul Price is a cyber-security expert from the UK and when feeling hungry (or hangry, who knows) one day, he used a simple tech trick to fool the pizza company into giving him free food.

He successfully ordered an 'Americano' pizza with extra pineapple and hot dog stuffed crust, a portion of chicken strippers and a tub of chocolate chip cookie ice cream straight to his door without having to pay for it.

Paul managed to fiddle with the Domino's app so it didn't process any card payment at the end of his order.

But after feeling a little guilty, he decided to pay for the meal when it came to his door.

"I told the delivery driver there must have been a mistake with the order as I never entered any card details and wanted to pay with cash," Paul admitted on his blog.

"He happily left with £26 and my conscience was clean."

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