& # 39; Enjoy it & # 39 ;: Domino & s will offer FREE pizzas to customers for a whole week, which includes BBQ Meatlovers, Hawaiian & Supreme Flavors.
- Domino's is giving away free pizza lunches to lucky customers throughout the week
- You can choose Supreme, Hawaiian, Cheese and BBQ Meatlovers
- The record deal will run from Monday, September 17 through Sunday, September 23
Matilda Rudd for Daily Mail Australia
The largest pizza manufacturers in Australia are giving away free lunches to their customers for a whole week.
The lucky ones who pass in front of a Domino's in Melbourne will receive a lunch with all the expenses paid from Monday, September 17 until Sunday, September 23.
The CEO of Domino for Australia and New Zealand, Nick Knight, said that customers can choose from some of Domino's most popular pizza recipes, such as Supreme, Hawaiian, BBQ Meatlovers, Simply Cheese and Spicy Veg Trio.
Australia's largest pizza makers are giving away free lunches to their customers for a whole week
"We want to thank and thank our local customers and the Melbourne community, and what better way than with food?" Knight said.
"It's also a great opportunity for those who have never eaten Domino's to try.
The special gift can be picked up from 12:00 to 13:00 every day of the week with customers being allowed one pizza each.
And if you're worried they'll run out before you can leave the office, you can be sure they know how popular it will be.
So, where can you get a free pizza?
Monday September 17 – Flemington Tuesday September 18 – Carlton Wednesday September 19 – St Kilda Thursday September 20 – Lonsdale St Friday September 21 – Port Melbourne Saturday September 22 – Richmond Sunday September 23 – East St Kilda
And if you're worried they'll run out before you get out of the office, you can be sure they know how popular it will be.
"We will not compromise quality," Knight explained.
"Many people do not know that we make our fresh dough in the store every day, and this week we will take extra turns to make sure we prepare enough dough every day to face the hustle and bustle of pizza lovers in the area."