This a great deal, any way you slice it. Domino’s pizza fans can join its new customer loyalty program, Piece of the Pie Rewards, for freebies and perks. Membership is free. Here’s how it works: An online order ($10 minimum) equals 10 points. Only one order per day can earn points. Once you earn 60 points, enjoy a free medium two-topping pizza. If you want a pizza party, save up your points, as you can redeem up to five free pizzas per day. You can join online at dominos.com.
Starbucks stirs up some fun every week, no coffee involved. Every Tuesday, the ubiquitous coffee shop releases its “Pick of the Week” — a free downloadable song, book, game or app. Just stop by and pick up each week’s redemption card. (No purchase necessary for you non-coffee drinkers.) The “Pick of the Week” card can usually be found near the register or pickup counter. If not, ask a barista for assistance. The value of the download ranges from 99-cents to $19.99 and more. One recent app was worth $34.99. For even more convenience, you can also receive notice of the weekly download via the Starbucks app. starbucks.com
January is National Soup Month and it’s the perfect time to slurp on the hot dish. Customers can enjoy On The Border’s chicken tortilla soup on the cheap. Made in-house daily, the soup is loaded with seasoned chicken, Mexican rice, monterey jack cheese, zucchini, avocado — topped with tortilla strips. It’s even more “slurp-worthy” because you can keep it comin’ for just a buck. Through Jan. 31, purchase a bowl of Chicken Tortilla Soup at regular price ($5.29) and, for just $1 more, make it endless. The Mexican restaurant offers other values with its Endless Enchiladas on Mondays, Taco Fix Tuesdays (with tacos starting at $2) and free endless chips and house-made salsa served all day, every day. ontheborder.com
Pancake lovers will flip for this deal. IHOP’s popular all-you-can-eat pancakes promo is back, through Feb. 14. Get the deal by ordering one of the combo meals with two buttermilk pancakes and eggs, hash browns and your choice of sausage, bacon or ham. Then, pancakes are served two at a time until the customer is “full.” Diners may also choose a stack of five buttermilk pancakes as the main course. The syrupy sweet promo is available at participating locations, starting at $4.99. The best part is that IHOP serves breakfast all day, so you can batter up for savings whenever the craving hits. IHOP.com