Andrews, Texas get ready! We have been doing the Dominos $3 event for several weeks now and it's time to hit up one of our favorite Domino's...the Domino's in Andrews, Texas!

Andrews get ready to hit up some $3 Dominos Pizzas this Tuesday from 5p-7p. This will actually be the final location for the Summer Pizza Event from Dominos so, make sure to hit it up!

WHERE ARE THE LOCATIONS OF THE $3 DOLLAR PIZZAS?

In ANDREWS - 1335 N Main St.

This Location ONLY!

HOW MUCH ARE THE PIZZAS?

Yep $3 Dollars!  $3 Dollars!!

WHAT TYPE OF PIZZAS?

Cheese and Pepperoni Pizzas

WHAT TIME IS THE $3 MEDIUM PIZZA EVENT?

FROM 5P TO 7PM Tuesday June 29

WHAT TYPE OF PAYMENT WILL THEY TAKE?

Cash ONLY!

Yes, the $3 Dollar Medium Pizzas Are BAck this Tuesday. We have been teaming up with Dominos for the past 17 years to bring you this event. I mean it's the best PIZZA deal you will find anywhere!

Reason to buy the $3 pizzas? Um, so many. First, who wants to cook in this heat? No one! LOL. No need to with this event. Stock up on PIZZAS! You know, you can refrigerate or freeze these pizzas for later. I'm not going to lie, I kind of love cold pizza the next day!

And, another reason to buy pizzas form the Dominos' $3 Dollar Pizza Event? Partial Proceeds go to a great cause, the Permian Basin Honor Flight!  What an awesome cause. Dominos has been raising money for the Permian Basin Honor Flight for years and you can help with your purchase of a $3 Dollar Pizza this Tuesday.

TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE PERMIAN BASIN HONOR FLIGHT PLEASE VISIT THIER WEBSITE HERE! 

Seek you this Tuesday at Dominos!

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