Buy Pizza, Get Free Xbox Game Pass (ANZ Only)

Domino's is offering a "Gaming Bundle" that comes with two pizzas, garlic bread, a drink, and an Xbox Game Pass trial.


Since you're on this website, you probably like video games. And there is a strong likelihood that you enjoy pizza as well. Pizza company Domino's has announced a unique partnership that combines pizza and gaming.

Now until March 31, Domino's is offering a "Gaming Bundle." The bundle includes two traditional Dominos pizzas, garlic bread, and a 1.25L drink, plus a 14-day Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription. The bundle costs $28 AUD for pickup or $35 AUD for delivery.

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The Xbox Game Pass Ultimate code will be emailed to you within 24 hours of placing your order. The offer is available in Australia and New Zealand only.

Xbox Game Pass Ultimate includes Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass. It normally costs $16 AUD/month, though new subscribers can grab a membership for only $1 AUD.

Xbox Game Pass gives subscribers access to a catalog of games to play at no extra cost. It also includes all first-party releases, meaning you can grab the just-released Ori and the Will of the Wisps, as well as all other Xbox exclusives for 2020, including Halo Infinite.

For those choosing delivery, Domino's recently launched a "Zero Contact Delivery" option in the wake of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak. Customers can choose this to have the pizza delivery driver drop the pizza off on their doorstep instead of making physical contact.

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