Sunday, May 25, 2014

Beckett Earns America Free Pizza

Doesn't quite have the same ring as "free chalupas!", but I'll take it:

The hot, fresh and tantalizing #DomiNoNo opportunity has been back in play during this Major League season, and it's a reality once again. Domino's had pledged to give away 20,000 pizzas after each of the first two no-hitters to registered users, and that's exactly what will happen on Tuesday after Sunday saw the big leagues' first no-no of 2014.

If 2013 is any indication, it will be quite an event.

Spurred by furious social media activity and fan excitement, last year's first two no-hitters, which took place less than two weeks apart in July, saw the entire allotment of pizzas claimed in under two hours. There have been at least two no-hitters each season in Major League Baseball since 2006.

"Domino's is thrilled to recognize and celebrate one of the great achievements in sports -- the no-hitter -- by continuing this very cool partnership with," said Chris Brandon, Domino's Pizza spokesperson. "This is now bigger and better as we prepare to give away 40,000 pizzas both seasons, and make it easier for all baseball fans to get in on the excitement."

Thanks to Sunday's no-hitter, the first 20,000 accounts to register at can carry out a FREE medium 2-topping Handmade Pan Pizza. The redemption period begins 3 p.m. ET Tuesday.

You've got less than two hours, people. Get working!

(And by the way, Domino's, if there ever was an opportunity to promote your chicken wings rather than pizza--a Josh Beckett no-hitter would be it. Missed opportunity.


Fred's Brim said...

I would like the official scorers to review the game and hopefully find a hit so I don't have to eat a Dominos pizza