Domino’s Pizza partners with members-only shopping program

March 30, 2011

Domino's Pizza has announced a new partnership with ShopRunner, a members-only shopping program that offers consumers unlimited, free two-day shipping.

ShopRunner members can now receive free prompt delivery on all Domino's online orders through Domino's Pizza is the only national pizza company to provide free delivery for ShopRunner members at checkout.

Consumers can sign up for a free, 30-day ShopRunner trial online. Following the trial, ShopRunner members pay $79 a year for free, two-day shipping on millions of eligible items from participating retailers and a host of exclusive benefits including members-only deals.

"Free delivery through a ShopRunner membership is an excellent value that we are thrilled to bring to our customers," said Dennis Maloney, Domino's Pizza vice president of multimedia marketing. "We are looking forward to working with ShopRunner on this innovative partnership – one that proves we are always seeking ways to uphold our status as the true 'delivery experts.'"

ShopRunner debuted six months ago and now includes partnerships with more than 70 retail partners, including Toys R Us, Lord & Taylor, Sports Authority, PetSmart and, inc.

Members can shop and get free two-day delivery on products including books, toys, clothing, electronics, sporting goods, pet supplies, automotive and now free delivery from Domino's Pizza.

"This partnership with Domino's Pizza is extremely exciting and represents more than an additional value-add for our members," said Mike Golden, ShopRunner president. "It's symbolic and illustrates a game-changing approach and direction we are taking in building the best consumer experience, delivering access to a wider and wider assortment of products and services for our members."

ShopRunner is a wholly-owned subsidiary of GSI Commerce.

Topics: Customer Service / Experience, Delivery, Domino's Pizza, Marketing / Branding / Promotion, Online Ordering

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