It was 1995 and we were all obsessed with Friends, ER and Oasis, or Blur. The Usual Suspects, Toy Story and Clueless were showing in cinemas as Domino’s, the nation’s favourite pizza, opened its doors in Northern Ireland for the very first time.
A quarter of a century later and Domino’s is celebrating 25 years in Northern Ireland. Can you imagine a time before Domino’s? As if!
In the words of Take That, ‘Never Forget’ the 90’s, as Domino’s dishes up a slice of nostalgia. Hark back to a time before everyone had a mobile phone, prior to web ordering, apps and GPS trackin
To celebrate this milestone birthday, we’re offering ‘The Big £25 Deal’ to all customers in Northern Ireland until 3rd January, which includes two medium pizzas, wedges, cookies and drinks*. So, dig out your discman, pop on Alanis Morrisette’s Jagged Little Pill and celebrate with a slice of cheesy goodness.
Domino’s Ireland 90s aficionad
Some things never change; like Domino’s fresh dough, secret recipe tomato sauce and 100% mozzarella cheese, always fresh, never frozen. However, in 25 years Domino’s tech has advanced considerably, as you can now order Domino’s pizza at the touch of a button from your phone, smart watch or virtual assistant.
Earlier this month, Domino’s also announced that i
Try Domino’s selection of pizzas and sides for yourself, simply order online, through the Domino’s app or via your nearest store. For more information and to find your nearest store visit: www.dominos.co.uk
Domino’s 25th anniversary facts:
- Last year Domino’s fulfilled almost 2.5 million orders in Northern Ireland, an average of over 6,800 per day.
- On its busiest day in 2020 Domino’s delivered 15,475 pizzas in Northern Ireland.
- The most popular Domino’s pizza is ‘Create your own’ followed by Pepperoni Passion.
- Last year Domino’s made and sold 3,348,549 pizzas in Northern Ireland, the equivalent of 9,174 every day.
- There are 31 stores all over Northern Ireland.
- Domino’s has raised over £150,000 for the Northern Ireland Children’s Hospice.