Complaint: Domino’s has long had a popular coupon offering many of its offerings for $5.99 when you order two items over the internet. Suddenly Domino’s started to add $1 extra to certain of these items. Bone-in chicken wings, for some reason, now tally up $6.99 while bone-out wings are still $5.99. And salad bowls served in a bread bowl tally up $6.99 while salads in a regular container tally up $5.99. Domino’s did correctly post a notice at the chicken wing page, notifying shoppers of the price increase for bone-in wings under the coupon. However, it failed to make a similar warning regarding the salad bowl in a bread bowl. It appears that they are hoping customer’s won’t notice. (A $6.99 looks like a $5.99 if you aren’t watching closely. )I phoned and wrote Domino’s to see if this was an error and was told that these prices had simply increased – with no explanation of why the website is being left in an incorrect state.
Tags: False Advertisement, Food
Address: Internet United States