Domino is giving away free pizza tomorrow to celebrate Freedom Day07/18/2021
It’s FreeDom Day! Domino’s is giving away hundreds of free pizzas tomorrow to celebrate the end of 480 days in lockdown
- Domino’s Pizza is celebrating ‘FreeDom Day’ on July 19 by giving away free food
- They will be offering 480 free £20 vouchers to winners who respond to a tweet
- Pizza lovers with the best reason why they need a pizza will win a voucher code
Domino’s is giving away hundreds of free pizzas tomorrow to celebrate ‘Freedom Day’.
All coronavirus restrictions including social distancing and legal limits on gatherings will come to an end in England on Monday, July 19 – after 483 days in lockdown.
To celebrate what the pizza company are calling ‘FreeDom Day’, it is offering 480 free £20 vouchers to its customers.
Domino’s Pizza is celebrating ‘FreeDom Day’ on July 19 by giving away hundreds of free pizzas with 480 free £20 vouchers on offer to winners who respond to a tweet (file photo)
Pizza lovers looking to be one of the lucky winners will need to reply to a Domino’s kick-off tweet with a really good reason why they need one.
Fans will have to get creative to be in with a chance to win a voucher – the wackier the response the better.
The 480 individuals with the best responses will be sent a direct message with a free £20 voucher code to redeem the Domino’s pizza.
Boris Johnson’s plans for a triumphant Churchillian end to more than six months of lockdown in England tomorrow have been hampered after No 10 became alarmed by the surge in the number of Covid infections.
Officials had discussed marking the lifting of Covid restrictions with a rousing speech by the Prime Minister at an historic venue associated with the wartime leader – until scientific advisers took fright at the recent climb in cases.
Pizza lovers with the best reason why they need a pizza will win a voucher code as most restrictions will come to an end in England (file image)
Yesterday the number of daily cases hit 54,674, with 740 patients admitted to hospital and 41 deaths.
But vaccination rates are slowing, with 67,956 people having their first dose on Friday and 188,976 their second: daily rates were running well below the level at the height of the rollout.
The total number of people who have had both doses across the UK is now more than 35.7 million – just under 68 per cent of adults.
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