Domino's "Hot Pizza in 30 Minutes Delivery Guarantee" claims to make up for late orders.
The restaurant gives 20% off your next order or 60 Piece of the Pie Rewards points for late deliveries. 60 pie points = 1 medium pizza.
Tik Tok creator garnered over 6.6 million views presenting her Domino's pizza box and said, "This is the apology pizza for the apology pizza for the first pizza I bought."
In the video, she mentions how Domino's delivery takes 60 to 90 minutes, which exceeds the chain's specified time, but she doesn't mind because she doesn't pay for her next order.
After her initial order took over 30 minutes to complete and has continued to do so, she responds, "Of course, I'll receive the free pizza."
While this trick won't remove the long wait at some Domino's locations, if you plan ahead and order before supper time, you can usually depend on a free or reduced reward for the wait, she says.
"30 minutes or less" pizza delivery was popular in the 1990s. Domino's was sued for $79 million in 1993 after two delivery drivers crashed while hurrying to make a deadline.
Domino's removed the tight delivery policy and now says, "We don't penalise late drivers." Domino's delivery drivers and order processors are aware of the attack.
A former Domino's delivery driver remarked on her article, "As long as you tip your driver, no one worries."
Some consumers may be worried about this viral footage revealing the hack and pressuring the pizza company to modify the money-saving approach, but no attempts have been made so far.