DV 2

Valentine’s Day falls on a Saturday this year, which makes it a perfect opportunity for an elegant dinner out with your special someone. Of course, if you’re single, you may want to bypass a meal in a restaurant surrounded by couples making kissy faces at each other and just call Domino’s for a pizza instead.

But even if you’re not headed out, Domino’s understands that maybe you’re in the mood for both pizza and love. That’s why this Valentine’s Day the popular pizza providers are offering a deal that includes a cute heart-shaped pizza, and, if you’d like, a romantic kabe-don wall pound as part of the delivery service.

Domino’s is a casual dining option in every country it operates in, but the company has an especially playful attitude in Japan. Past promotions have included Hatsune Miku augmented reality pizza boxes, the Domino’s Japan president himself sharing his favorite Japanese-language puns, and discounts for customers who say “farewell” instead of “goodbye” to the delivery person.

This year, Domino’s is celebrating Valentine’s Day with a special heart-shaped pizza. Ordinarily, the uniquely shaped medium-size cheese and pepperoni goes for 1,300 yen (US $11), but between February 12 and 15, there’s a way to get one for free. Customers who purchase a large pizza of at least 3,000 yen and use the coupon found here on Domino’s website can tack a Happy Valentine Pizza onto their order for no extra cost.

DV 1

Alternatively, you can use the coupon for 50 percent off a large pizza with a regular price of at least 3,000 yen. Regardless of which choice you make, you also get another coupon for half off a large pizza ordered between March 12 and 15, right around the time of White Day, the Japanese holiday when guys give presents in return to the girls who gave them gifts for Valentine’s Day.

While the prospect of having some extra cash in your pocket or food in your stomach is exciting all by itself, there’s one other part of Domino’s Valentine plan sure to get customers’ hearts racing. Solo diners can request (using the coupon also found here) that when the deliveryman brings them their pie, he also execute a romantic kabe-don wall pound, currently the go-to way for macho guys in Japan to dramatically express their love.

DV 3

Just don’t spend too long lost in his eyes. You wouldn’t want your pizza to get cold, would you?

Source: Nari Nari
Images: Domino’s Pizza (edited by RocketNews24)