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Domino's Pizza Party

Earlier this week, I had the opportunity to attend Domino's Pizza Party in celebration for Christmas as well as year end appreciation. It was held at their Kovan branch which was a few minutes away from the mrt station.
(Image credit to The Influencer Network))
The place is small, considering that the main focus is on takeaways and delivery, but it is cozy and really great for gatherings and parties. You can even hold a short company meeting/presentation there before indulging for lunch or dinner, bet your staffs will enjoy working even more ;)
(Images credit to The Influencer Network)
The party started off with a short presentation on the brand and the latest promotions. What's a party without any games right? We were then divided into 2 teams for two games, one to design a human Christmas tree and the other to come up with a cheer incorporating certain words. It was a fun interactive session to bond with other bloggers and I think we did really well. This is one of the reasons why I enjoy attending events; to meet new people and make more friends with similar interests :)
Moving on to the food which is the highlight of the post!
Domino's Pizza is a recognized brand worldwide, known for their product quality and operational excellence. Believe or not, they are the first to implement pizza tracker to ensure the food is delivered within 30minutes and served hot! Not forgetting that all their prices are nett and no extra delivery charge, all the more to patronize their brand more often!

Domino's Pizza is offering 50% off all pizzas from now till 11th January 2015! How can anyone resist such a good deal in additional to prompt delivery of pizzas! If they are late for takeaway/delivery, you will get a free personal pizza to be redeemed in your next order. There is no better place or time to plan your Christmas or year end party. You can save so much on pizzas and use the amount to get more sides or even their best selling Chocolate Lava Cake.
A meal at Domino's Pizza isn't complete without their signature Chocolate Lava Cake! Look at all the thick gooey chocolate oozing out out of the soft chocolate cake. It is so yummy that I feel like getting more despite it being alittle too heaty :x

More details of prices as follows:
Personal Pizza at $5.40 (U.P $10.80)
Regular Pizza at $11.40 (U.P $22.80)
Large Pizza at $14.90 (U.P $29.80)
Xtra Large Pizza at $17.90 (U.P $35.80)
*Promotion valid for take-away or dine-in only.
*Surcharge applies for Cheese Burst, Cheesy Crust, Classics, First Class pizza and Cheese sauce upgrade.

In addition, they are introducing "Double Delights", which is a wide variety of scrumptious sides, delectable desserts and refreshing beverages that comes in pairs! You can save up to 40% with add-on deals as compared to ordering ala carte.

For more details as well as updates on their latest promotions and offerings, do visit them on their Website | Facebook | Instagram :)
Thanks William, The Influencer Network for the invite and taking such great photos! :)


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