Domino's has decided to "indefinitely" postpone any future participation in the T-Mobile Tuesdays rewards program after getting hit with way too many free pizza orders earlier this week from customers of the wireless carrier.
T-Mobile CEO John Legere posted, via Twitter, an internal message from Domino's announcing their decision to pull out of the rewards program, despite previous plans to offer a free pizza to members on June 21. Legere added, "They saw 3x & 4x in a typical day and can't handle the volume.!"
Legere also posted that June 21 will see many offers for T-Mobile Tuesday users, including a free $15 ride on Lyft, a free Frosty from Wendy's, a free Vudu movie rental and "$20 of free stuff on http://MLB.com." He added that even more companies will be included in the rewards program.