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Domino’s offers $7.99 carryout special every day with pizza, wings and combos

Frugal families can top their pizza with lots of savings, thanks this popular Domino’s special. 

The popular pizza shop offers a carryout special every day of the week — with lots of options to please everyone at the table. 

And, if the pizza somehow doesn’t make to the table completely intact, the restaurant offers complimentary “Carryout Insurance” on all carryout orders. If damage occurs to your carryout order after you leave the store, just take it back and they’ll remake it at no cost.

Photo: Domino’s

The popular pizza shop’s Carryout Deal offers customers a one-topping pizza for just $7.99 at participating locations. (The offer excludes XL or specialty pizzas.) Crust availability varies by size. Plus, some locations may charge extra for select toppings and/or sauces. 

According to Domino’s website, the regular price of a large pizza with one topping is more than $18, so the deal offers more than 50% off. Regular price varies by location and/or market.

And, for a limited time, the carryout special also includes two other options for $7.99 each:

8-piece wings — regular or boneless (plain, Honey BBQ, Hot Buffalo, Sweet Mango Habanero or Garlic Parmesan)

Dips & Twists Combos — Cheesy Marinara Dip & Bread Twists or Five Cheese Dip & Bread Twists

Mix it up by grabbing a pizza and an order of wings or a combo for a more “well-rounded” meal. 

With no limit, it’s the perfect excuse for an office pizza party or frugal family feast at home. The offer is for carry-out only — simply order online and pick it up. (Be sure to click on the special before ordering.) 

This deal is from Living on the Cheap, our sister site.

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