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Domino’s Will Pay You $3 To *Not* Get Your Food Delivered

MIAMI, FL - APRIL 14: A Domino's Pizza store April 14, 2004 in Miami, Florida. Domino's Pizza is looking to raise $300 million in the stock market by listing on the New York Stock exchange. The Michigan-based firm already has a London stock market listing for its UK subsidiary. According to media reports, the funds raised may be used to pay off debts. The 44-year-old firm now has 7,400 outlets in more than 50 countries. The firm is reporting that pizza sales are up 5.8% in 2003. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Like so many restaurants around the country, Domino’s is facing a shortage of workers, so the company is serving up a new plan.

Domino’s just unveiled “Carryout Tips” – a promotion that rewards customers with a $3 “tip” if they choose carryout over delivery.

Basically, you act as your own delivery driver.

Here’s how it works: Place a carryout order of $5 or more online or through the Domino’s app, then earn a $3 carryout “tip” that can be applied towards another online carryout order of $5 or more the following week.

What do you think of this idea? Is $3 worth it to leave your comfy couch to pick up your own pizza?

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