Unusual pizza coupons

21 Nov

In America, does Domino’s Pizza have funny or unusual coupons?

Or is it another “only-in-Japan” thing?

Because, once again, Domino’s Japan is offering 25% off specials to customers that fit some crazy stipulations.

Some of the funny new Domino’s Japan coupons.

For example, customers in Japan can get 25% off their pizza order if the pizza delivery person sees that they:

– have facial hair (a beard and/or a mustache),
– have “piggy tails“,
– have a last name with four Japanese kanji characters (very few Japanese people have such a long name),
– have a twin sibling,
– are wearing  glamorous clothes,
– are in the eleventh grade (high school ID required),
– have a pet parakeet,
– are wearing a “dorky” T-shirt,
speak with an accent from another area of Japan (than the one they’re currently in), or
– show a receipt that proves they’ve already ordered a Domino’s pizza earlier that same day.

Coupons can’t be combined in one order…but if someone meets all of the above stipulations, they can get 50% off of their order (the odds of such a person existing are probably extremely slim though).

4 Responses to “Unusual pizza coupons”

  1. Musings November 29, 2012 at 3:22 pm #

    Nope. Certainly not in Hawaii or Illinois.


    • tokyo5 November 29, 2012 at 3:54 pm #

      >Nope. (Domino’s Pizza doesn’t have funny or unusual coupons) in Hawaii or Illinois.

      I guess it’s “only-in-Japan”. Many things are.


  2. Sam Gleske November 23, 2012 at 10:07 am #

    I enjoyed (this) post and no, they don’t have strange promotions like that here in the U.S. But it would be neat if they did.

    Thanks for posting!


    • tokyo5 November 23, 2012 at 10:15 am #

      If you could use these coupons, which would you use?


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