Domino’s garlic dip lovers are going crazy over the new squeezy bottles of garlic and herb sauce. For a limited time only, Domino’s are offering the chance to win a full-size bottle of the dip – and here’s where to get it.
It’s always heartbreaking when the pizza to dip ratio is uneven and the garlic and herb sauce tub feels unusually tiny. Now you can drizzle your favourite sauce to your heart’s content with the new Domino’s squeeze bottles.
The sauce bottles, launched yesterday, August 13, are only available while stock lasts. So, to add one to your pantry, you better put in an order for dinner.
Where to get Domino’s garlic and herb dip
All Domino’s locations across England and Ireland are involved in the giveaway so if they have it in stock, you may be a lucky sauce winner.
How to order the Domino’s drizzler
If you’re ordering a Domino’s pizza this weekend, simply add ‘The Big Dip’ to your order, and you’ll have a shot at getting an exclusive bottle of The Drizzler.
However, there are only 1000 bottles to be snapped up and Domino’s are expecting high demand. So get your order in quick.
Why The Drizzler?
Many people will be ordering more Domino’s in the hopes of winning a sauce bottle. Not only is it a fabulous way of generating more income but also a genius idea of giving people more of their favourite dip.
A Domino’s spokesperson said: “Many of us have difficulty with the drizzling dilemma we face with the Garlic & Herb dunk-friendly pot.”
“So we’re extremely excited to be launching our exclusive Domino’s Drizzler bottle with a design tried and perfected by our willing volunteers over lockdown.”
The spokesperson also revealed that there isn’t a garlic and herb sauce quite like Domino’s:
“Many have tried to make their own versions, but nothing comes close to Domino’s Garlic & Herb sauce.”
Be sure to take a snap if you’re lucky enough to win one, as, according to the same spokesperson:
“We can’t wait to see fans in full drizzling flow, so share your tekkers on our socials with #DominosDrizzler if you are lucky enough to get your hands on a bottle.”