Watch for it: A ‘No No’ Means ‘Yes, Yes’ for Free Pizza

Tuesday is news day, and today, Domino’s Pizza announced the first 10,000 MLB.TV subscribers who visit the next business day after a no-hitter is thrown and log in will receive a free, two-topping medium Handmade Pan Pizza (carryout only) when they order online from The promo is called “Domino’s DomiNoNo.” That’s a cringe inducing name for sure.

Let’s break down the deal…

MLB.TV subscribers pay $109.99 / $129.99 a season ($19.99 / $24.99 a month) to “watch every out-of-market game LIVE online and on your favorite mobile and connected devices (like Xbox 360* and Sony Playstation® 3) including iPhone, iPad, select Android phones and tablets.”

This is separate from the MLB At Bat 13 app.

So this promo helps draw attention to Domino’s AND, perhaps helps stimulate some MLB.TV sign-ups during week two of the season.

In the press release are some interesting facts.

Other diamond facts:

— It would take 308 pizzas lined up to cover the distance around the bases
of a Major League Baseball diamond. That’s one delicious home run.
— There’s a Domino’s Pizza within 4.5 miles of every Major League Baseball
stadium, and more than half of those stores are within 1.5 miles.
— Domino’s delivery experts drive about 1.4 million miles a day – that’s
more than 19 million trips around the base paths.
— The last season without a no-hitter was 2005.
— With six, April 27 boasts the most no-hitters thrown on any single date.
— April 4, 2001, was the earliest a no-hitter was thrown in a season.

Seems like MLB is really working the sponsors this season.


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  1. TheGang says:

    Game on!
    Looks like the first “No No” was recorded by Homer Bailey on Tuesday night.
    Homer Bailey threw the seventh and final no-hitter that matched a Major League Baseball record in 2012, and he just threw the first one in 2013. This time, it means some free pizza.
    The Reds right-hander’s gem against San Francisco on Tuesday night at Great American Ball Park means the first 10,000 MLB.TV subscribers who visit on Wednesday can score a free Domino’s two-topping medium handmade pan pizza.


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