Domino’s now has a wedding registry for pizza lovers

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Domino’s now has a wedding registry for pizza lovers
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Kitchen appliances, bedding and suitcases are a few of the things you might expect to find on a typical wedding registry, but this one is a first!

Domino’s Pizza has started a wedding registry for America’s pizza-loving couples.

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Now there’s a wedding registry for pizza 

The registry allows couples to choose from a number of gifts to enjoy before, during and after the wedding. Each gift is an eGift card that can be used on anything at Dominos.com.

‘Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, so we wanted to give recently-engaged couples that are passionate about pizza the chance to register for something they both truly love as much as their partner,’ said Jenny Fouracre, Domino’s spokesperson. ‘Choosing wedding gifts can be a daunting process, especially if couples can’t agree on what to register for. Our registry aims to bring couples together over their shared love of pizza.’

The packages, including “Married but Chill” and “Post-Honeymoon Adjustment to Real Life,” range in price from $15 to $100.

‘We hear often from customers that Domino’s was a part of their big day, from proposals to after-hours meals at their wedding,’ said Fouracre. ‘We wanted to make it easier for people to ask for and receive something that they’ll really use.’

After selecting their gifts, couples can share their wish list with family and friends on social media and with a unique URL. To register, visit dominosweddingregistry.com.

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