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Domino’s Pizza: 70% Cashback ($10 Cap Per User) + 30% Westpac Bonus Cashback ($10 Cap Per User) @ ShopBack



  • Cashback is ineligible on orders using the Cash payment method at checkout.
  • Cashback is ineligible on Sunday & Public Holiday surcharge, delivery fee and service fee component.
  • Cashback is not applicable for purchases made via the Domino's app
  • Gift card purchases and Purchases using Gift cards unless otherwise stated
  • Returns, exchanges & cancellations

ShopBack’s Notes:

  • Order value is the final amount paid excluding promo codes, gift cards, surcharges, fees or taxes.
  • Excludes taxes, fees or additional extras
  • All promo codes are eligible for Cashback

When will I get my cashback?

Purchase Tracked In Claim In
Today 2 days 90 days

Referral Links

Referral: random (4084)

$30 for referrer, $10 for referee after referee qualifies.

Qualifying requirements for referee: 1. Made a minimum $20 online purchase (below exclusions apply), 2. Received a minimum $10 confirmed cashback online, 3. Added banking details to account.

Users will need to fulfil the referral criteria within 180 days from referee's sign-up date to unlock cashback.

Exclusions: Any other ShopBack new customer bonus offers; Purchases from Uber, Kayo Sports, DoorDash, Hayu, Accor Hotels, Intercontinental Hotels Group, ShopBack Vouchers (Gift Cards), Woolworths Gift Cards, Circles.Life (list subject to change)

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  • +4

    Great deal
    Thanks OP

    • +1

      Was about to comment nah until seeing Domino in the title

  • +10

    Lol…. Legit haven’t had a dominos for 3 years plus

    • +1

      It hasn’t changed mate

      • +2

        Nah, the cheese is more plasticy…

        • +6

          Indulge in the rich embrace of plasticky cheese on a fragrant, cardboardy pizza base.

          • @OMGJL: Sounds like a weight watcher’s dream — a high-fibre, zero-calorie pizza! Domino’s pizzas are guaranteed to navigate intestinal transit completely intact — minus a little chewing, naturally

  • +4

    Made a purchase through the ShopBack app the first time Domino's cashback was offered and it didn't track, still waiting on response to my claim.

  • +9

    I love a bit of competition (Pizza Hut / Dominos Cashback)

  • -7

    not good enough

    • +3

      You can’t get a deal better than this with 100% total cashback from ShopBack

      • -3

        Well. I don't deny it's a good deal. But it's not necessarily 100% cashback. In fact it's a bit harder to hit 100% due to the low 30% westpac portion and $10 SB cap portion.

        You basically max out 100% value at $14.30. So hopefully coupons can bring prices down to that.

        • +3

          Which is better than the 100% $10 ones.

          • +1

            @ATangk: Dunno… Domino's is more expensive than PH last time I tried to compare.

        • +2

          GST not included in cashback. So no matter what, you'll need to pay minimum of 10%.

          Anything up to $15.72 will give 90% discount.

          • @linkii: Is that confirmed the case with Dominos? I don’t know which cashback store doesn’t say that but clearly places like Pizza Hut include cashback on GST, hence why it’s so popular.

            • @ATangk: Says in the post and on shopback website.

              Order value is the final amount paid excluding promo codes, gift cards, surcharges, fees or taxes.

            • @ATangk: GST is a Goods and Services Tax - there can potentially be GST on takeaway food but not necessarily, which might be why PH tracks at 100% cashback and doesn't reduce for tax. Hopefully Domino's is the same.

          • @linkii: I've always wondered this… Because with PH it will track inc GST.

            In the last SB round I ordered $10 exactly (2x unreal medium) and got $10 tracked.

  • What about using codes

    • +3

      Under notes on SB Domino's page:

      All promo codes are eligible for Cashback

      • Thanks, I’ve added it to OP’s description

      • This is what Ib read on Shopback Domino's
        offer page

        This Cashback deal is not valid together with:
        Vouchers or Promo codes not featured on our platform

        @gotyourback can you please confirm if promo codes on Ozbargain page are eligible for cashback

        • +1

          Confirming what BG has said, the Notes section has said:

          All promo codes are eligible for Cashback.

      • @MiscOzB
        Where do you see this ?

        I see following on SB page :
        This Cashback deal is not valid together with:

        Vouchers or Promo codes not featured on our platform

  • Can we pre-order for pickup Friday?

    • I'm curious too lol

    • +2

      @gotyourback please confirm whether we can pre-order for half-price Tuesday, thanks.

      • +10

        Yeah pre-orders are fine mate, go for your your life.

        • my 70% didn't quite track as 70% for some reason. The 30% WP tracked as 30% , but the upsized tracked a fraction below 70% ($12 order, it tracked as $8.25 instead of $8.40 for some reason….pick up tomorrow, no surcharges etc)

          • @souths123: Flagged with the team, cheers for letting me know.

  • +3

    Domino's on CR now too, so hopefully will start getting nice upsizes from them as well.

    • Hopefully it comes to TopCashback that would be amazing.

  • How does this work? Does it take you to the website, or Domino's app?

    Basically free pizza, difficult to say no LOL

    When does it expire?

    • +1

      Cashback is not applicable for purchases made via the Domino's app

      Clicking through via ShopBack brought me to the Domino’s website

      Ends today I believe

  • $14.28 for 100% cashback

    Oh wait. Need to pay GST. Any amount upto $15.72 will give 90% discount.

    • 100% cashback on purchases up to $14.29

      If cashback tracks, it tracks based on full amount paid including GST.

  • +3

    Ohhh, finally Domino's fight back. Interesting

  • +26

    I can't be the only person who thinks 90 days to approve the cashback is (profanity) ridiculous. It's not like I'm going to shit the pizza out and go get a refund.

    • +4

      Affiliate schemes carry out multiple checks before approving transactions (at least one person on here has several accounts to get around the per user caps). If they want to give themselves 90 days to do so then so be it.

      It's a free pizza. This site can be (profanity) ridiculously whiny…

    • invest $14, wait 90 days for a monthly interest rate of almost 300% plus a pizza, really whatever days is fine….

    • +2

      Money markets. All the cashback companies are investing your money over that time period. Frustrating for you, but a pretty good idea for them.

      Think about it. The store doesn't care, all they want is a sales conversion. You go to cashback site, click through to their site and buy something. That is the ultimate goal of any business online: clicks - leads - sales.
      The store's margin will always cover the affiliate payment to the cashback site (if it doesn't then they are simply running a loss leading campaign to get your marketing information as you are the prized customer; someone who is real, has money to spend and likes buying what they are selling).

      The cashback site will always keep a % of the affiliate payment themselves (the core of their business), however they then realised that they have all this cash coming in and there are very low risk money markets to play in to get a bit more. Why do you think it takes 3 days for a non-Osko payment to clear, the bank is quickly investing your money while it is in limbo and no one but them can touch it.

      You think it is a coincidence Westpac is now a part owner of Shopback?

      • No they're not… It takes that long for them to receive the money - when they receive it, you receive it.

        Whether they're investing it in the time period between you receiving it and you withdrawing it I don't know (but it seems unlikely beyond storing funds in interest-earning accounts etc.).

        The store absolutely does care whether the affiliate commissions they're paying out are legitimate or fraudulent. The cashback sites don't "always" keep a percentage for themselves - TopCashback pays out 100%. They don't "only" want a sales conversion, they want a sales conversion at the lowest possible cost to them.

        It takes 3 days for a non-Osko payment to clear because that's how the system was built before we had the amount of infrastructure we do now - not because banks are hoarding the money to invest in short-term money markets. I'm unfamiliar with the Australian system, but I know in the UK, on day 1 outgoing payment requests are all processed and batched together, overnight the information is sent to the central processing system, on day 2 the central system calculates what money needs to be sent to which bank etc and then sends it overnight, on day 3 the banks receive the incoming payment information and assigns the payments to the right account. It has absolutely nothing whatsoever to do with them wanting to keep hold of your money for an extra two days of investment income.

        What do you mean "coincidence"? Westpac invested in Shopback to get perks for their customers (not to be nice obviously, but to increase their customer numbers/active users) and to make money from the profit they generate.

        Where are you getting all this from? It reads as if someone with a very rudimentary idea about affiliate marketing and banking processes is making blind guesses about how they imagine stuff is done. Which is fine, I find it weirdly interesting too, but don't present your guesses as fact.

    • +13

      Hey mate, that's a good callout. I think it's just been chosen as the payout window as they're new in our system and that is the default period. Chatting with the team, this should be shortened to 30 days sometimes soon.

  • +5

    I am so sick of pizza from all the 100% deals..

    • +8

      If you can afford to pay for food, then I say go for it! One of the perks of being rich, I guess. Personally I’m glad that these schemes are around to help those less fortunate… and should this generosity bring their lives to a premature end, then at least it won’t prolong their suffering

      • +9

        Trust me. I want the free food. My body no longer agrees, that's all

        • +1

          I’ve been mostly getting ice cream for free. Dominos doesn’t have the same though.

          • @ATangk: Me too.

            • @rdhupar: Yep I've done pizza on tues, ice cream, wings on wed, pasta and some of their desserts. Not just pizza

    • +2

      Me too… Then i started buying ice cream
      …. Im starting to get sick of the ice cream too

      (but please don't stop doing these 100% Cashback)

  • +4

    For me, 70% Dominos cashback > 100% Pizza Hut cashback
    I would much rather have Dominos any day!

    • +1

      Not sure why you got negged, I prefer dominos too. Pizza hut is far away and has subpar quality pizza compared to my local dominos

      • +1

        it really varies for me, some stores from both sides are pure garbage

    • Nah, cheaper deserts from PH, I have a freezer with several free cookies in it.

  • +1

    Does anyone know if advance/future orders are eligible like for pizza hut?

    • +1

      Cashback is ineligible on Sunday & Public Holiday surcharge, delivery fee and service fee component

      I'd say yes it's okay 👍 mine also tracked for Saturday order

  • +1

    Offer would have been great if 100% normal cashback as then TCB can match it.

  • Domino's coupon codes please

  • Anyone can advise how to get westpac bonus cashback? Do we need to activate or just use a westpac debit card as a payment?

    • +1

      Just use Westpac debit card the one you have in your shopback profile.

  • +5

    Cashback tracked for a future order I put in

    • Thanks for the update! Did it track including gst or excluding?

  • Yeaa finally joining the fight against Pizza hut . Will finally order a pizza and not ice creams 😅

  • Could we just get a little clarification on that part :

    "Order value is the final amount paid excluding promo codes, […]

    All promo codes are eligible for Cashback"

    • +2

      If your order is $20, but you use a 50% off coupon to bring it down to $10 then the cashback is calculated based on an order value of $10.

      • Oh right that was simple and logic, thanks mate !

  • +19

    182867 currently gives you 40% off all premium and traditional pizzas.
    499491 will give you two sides for $6.

    Added a traditional pizza and two sides to the cart with these codes and it worked out at $15. This worked in NSW, but may work in other states also. Hope this helps :)

    • +2

      Those codes and others are from here for those wondering, the pizza coupon page is available from the 'Pages' menu on OzBargain.

    • Good deal- shame the 40% off code finishes today, I was trying to use for an order to pickup tomorrow!

      • +1

        There will be a new 40% code tomorrow for December, unfortunately that won't help you as you need to order before today.

      • can you order today for the 70% cb then pick up tomorrow?

        • Yes can still get the cashback but just can’t apply the 40% discount code. Was trying to double dip for a future order but all good

  • +1

    Is the $10 cap for Westpac cardholders in addition to the $10 Shopback cap? That is, if my order is $20, do I get $10 Shopback (70% of $20 maxes out the Shopback cap) + $6 Westpac (30% of $20) = total $16?

  • Can we get this offer from Topcashback as well?

  • has anyone managed to log into Dominoes after going through Shopback app (on mobile) through Google? tells me to remove my pop-up blocker, do not recall setting one up for Shopback app lol

  • I had a westpac debit card with 19 digits number. When I tried to add it,it's only allow me to enter 16 digits:( Anyone had the same issue before?

  • +1

    For those wondering how to "basically" max out this promo; Spent exactly 15 on Dominos. Got 10 dollars Cashback from Domino promotion and 4.50 through Westpac. Not bad at all for 50cents.

    • I'm going to need some help with this! I thought this was the most basic pizza I could choose…

      1 x
      Pepperoni Deluxe | 4840kJ
      Large Pizza
      Classic Crust

      • +2

        You can use these codes below to bring down the costs for your order:

        182867 = 40% off all premium and traditional

        And if you want to buy some sides
        499491 = 2 sides for 6 bux

        I believe choosing to pick up that pizza may bring your price down even lower, if you have not done so already.

    • +1

      Did the same too, bought BBQ meat lovers and 2x 1.25L drinks

  • Great deal. Celebrate Ozbargain Bitcoin Pizza Day! 🍕 🥳

  • I did 2x traditional pizzas for tuesday, 1 L and 1 XL for $17 (cashback came to $15.10 all up; $10 + $5.10)

    • I tried to order for Tues but showed full price only, how do you get round that?

      • It should auto apply the 50% off coupon.. make sure you select tuesday as your pick up day

        • Thanks, got it, only used to way PH does it.

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