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Domino's® Shows Appreciation for Customers with 50% Off Pizza Deal


Menu-priced pizzas ordered online are half off this week

ANN ARBOR, Mich., Nov. 14, 2022 -- November is a time to give thanks, and what better way for Domino's Pizza Inc. (NYSE: DPZ), the largest pizza company in the world, to show its appreciation of customers than to offer half off all menu-priced pizzas ordered online, today through Nov. 20?


Domino’s is showing customers just how much they are appreciated by offering them a great deal. Today through Nov. 20, all menu-priced pizzas ordered online are half off!


"November is U.S. National Gratitude Month and Domino's wants to say thank you to its customers by giving them a great deal on the pizza they love," said Frank Garrido, Domino's executive vice president of U.S. operations and support. "The holidays are quickly approaching, and we know Domino's customers will appreciate being able to provide a convenient and delicious meal to their family for less."


Domino's 50% off deal is available on menu-priced pizzas ordered through the following online ordering channels:

  • Domino's website (dominos.com)

  • Domino's ordering apps for iPad®, iPhone® and Android™

  • Domino's AnyWare ordering platforms, including through Google Home, Alexa, Slack and Facebook Messenger

Customers can order any size pizza on any crust, with any toppings, as part of Domino's half off deal. Domino's offers more than 20 toppings, a dozen different veggies and proteins, as well as five types of crust. Domino's features 12 specialty pizzas, ranging from the savory MeatZZa and Philly Cheese Steak pizzas, to lighter options like the Pacific Veggie or Spinach and Feta pizzas on a crunchy thin crust! Looking to spice up pizza night? Domino's Buffalo Chicken pizza is the perfect choice!

About Domino's Pizza® Founded in 1960, Domino's Pizza is the largest pizza company in the world, with a significant business in both delivery and carryout pizza. It ranks among the world's top public restaurant brands with a global enterprise of more than 19,500 stores in over 90 markets. Domino's had global retail sales of nearly $17.8 billion in 2021, with over $8.6 billion in the U.S. and over $9.1 billion internationally. In the third quarter of 2022, Domino's had global retail sales of over $4.0 billion, with over $2.0 billion in the U.S. and nearly $2.0 billion internationally. Its system is comprised of independent franchise owners who accounted for 98% of Domino's global stores as of the end of the third quarter of 2022. Emphasis on technology innovation helped Domino's achieve more than half of all global retail sales in 2021 from digital channels. In the U.S., Domino's generated more than 75% of U.S. retail sales in 2021 via digital channels and has developed several innovative ordering platforms, including those for Google Home, Facebook Messenger, Apple Watch, Amazon Echo, Twitter and more.


Subway® Expands Its Non-Traditional Presence Through Flexible and Innovative Concepts

Strategy focuses on reaching guests where they are and serving their "in-the-moment" cravings

MILFORD, Conn., Nov. 14, 2022 -- Subway, one of the world's largest quick service restaurant brands, has renewed its focus on strategically growing its non-traditional business as part of its ongoing transformation journey to deliver better food and a better guest experience.

Grab & Go


Along with expanding its brick-and-mortar presence in non-traditional locations, such as airports, truck stop plazas, college campuses, convenience and gas stores and hospitals, Subway is rolling out flexible, innovative platforms that give franchisees an opportunity to expand their portfolios and better serve their "on-the-go" guests.


For the first three quarters of 2022, approximately 5,900 non-traditional locations across the U.S. and Canada – representing about 25% of Subway's North American footprint – saw an average 13% increase in same-store sales, compared to the same period in 2021. Locations that were hit hardest by COVID-19 restrictions, such as airports, college campuses and hospitals, experienced an average 22% increase, indicating a strong recovery in 2022 across channels impacted by the pandemic.

"As more of our guests search for dining experiences to meet their 'in-the-moment' needs, the brand's non-traditional locations and platforms can serve them wherever and whenever they are craving Subway," said Taylor Bennett, vice president of non-traditional development at Subway. "As Subway focuses on strategic and profitable growth, there is a significant opportunity to expand our footprint in non-traditional locations and for franchisees to generate incremental revenue for their business."

Increasing Accessibility Through Non-traditional Innovations In 2020, to meet consumer demand for quick, convenient food options, Subway began piloting its Subway Grab & Go® platform, in which sandwiches are prepared fresh daily by franchisees and distributed to Subway Grab & Go retail locations, including casinos, convenience and gas stores, hospitals and airports. Now available in more than 400 locations across North America, Subway Grab & Go serves as the basis for several off-premises concepts, with plans for continued growth in the coming year.

New Subway Smart Fridges In September, Subway installed its first interactive, fully unattended smart fridge at the University of California San Diego, supported by Subway Grab & Go and stocked fresh daily by the franchisee's nearby restaurant location. Featuring artificial intelligence and natural language processing, guests can talk directly to the smart fridge and ask about any of the products inside. Weight-sensor shelves help ensure guests are charged correctly, resulting in a completely contactless and cashless transaction, and UV-C light sanitation after every purchase helps guests stay confident in the quality of their food.

Initial feedback on the smart fridge is extremely positive, with college students enjoying the convenience and ease of being able to get a sandwich at any time of day. Subway is already seeing strong interest across its system of franchisees interested in expanding their portfolios with smart fridges.

"Subway Grab & Go has quickly gained traction as consumers are drawn to sandwiches made fresh daily from a brand they know and love, versus competitor items that rely on a 14-day plus shelf life," said Karla Martinez, director of innovation for non-traditional development. "As Subway continues to expand off-premises concepts, guests can expect to find Subway Grab & Go and smart fridges in more convenient everyday places like airports, college campuses, and hospitals."



Non-Traditional Growth Around the World

Internationally, Subway's flexible business model and ability to operate almost anywhere, is allowing franchisees across all regions to introduce non-traditional concepts designed for convenience and efficiency, ranging from Subway Grab & Go and express kiosks to ghost kitchens and drive-thrus. As Subway continues to expand its presence globally, bringing on new master franchisees and country developers who are interested in testing new formats based on their market experience, non-traditional locations will increasingly make up a significant portion of future restaurants.

For more information about development opportunities with Subway, including non-traditional opportunities, please visit subwayfranchise.com.

About Subway® Restaurants

As one of the world's largest quick service restaurant brands, Subway serves freshly made-to-order sandwiches, wraps, salads and bowls to millions of guests, across more than 100 countries in more than 37,000 restaurants every day. Subway restaurants are owned and operated by Subway franchisees – a network that includes more than 20,000 dedicated entrepreneurs and small business owners – who are committed to delivering the best guest experience possible in their local communities. For more information, please visit newsroom.subway.com.

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