Domino’s offers free garlic bread for locked down customers in Greater Sydney

The free sides are available in participating stores.

Domino’s said it is offering customers in Greater Sydney a free garlic bread with every online delivery order with a $22 minimum spend on Monday, 26 July.

“As people in Greater Sydney and its surrounds enter their fifth week of lockdown, we want to do what we can to help lift spirits,” Domino’s Australia and New Zealand CEO Nick Knight said in an announcement in the brand’s official website.

To redeem this offer using Domino’s Zero Contact Delivery, customers are told to head to dominos.com.au or the Domino’s App, place your pizza order, and select ‘add a garlic bread’ for the side to be automatically added to the cart.

The items are available at all participating Domino’s stores in Greater Sydney, Blue Mountains, Central Coast, Wollongong, Shellharbour, and Orange.

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