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Domino’s plays Cupid anew with pizza proposal service

The complimentary service will be available from February 10, with all orders to be delivered on February 14.

Domino’s is offering Aussies the chance to propose marriage with their pizzas this Valentine’s Day.

In an announcement, the complimentary Domino’s Pizza Proposal service will be available from Thursday, February 10, with all orders to be delivered on February 14.

Customers can choose “You have stolen a ‘pizza’ my heart! Will you marry me?” or their own preferred wording to pop the question on the 14th.

“What better way to start your new life together than with an unforgettable pizza proposal and a truly supreme engagement!” Domino’s Australia and New Zealand chief executive David Burness said.

In past years, Domino’s gave away a diamond-encrusted pizza slice engagement ring and provided free wedding catering to one couple.

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