Fancy a slice of pizza?
You could score a whole pizza for free at the opening of the newest Domino's in Bradbury on Monday, March 2.
The store will be the 17,000th global Domino's location.
Locals will have one hour to score a free pizza - from noon to 1pm - and 17 of the boxes will also include a hidden 'Golden Slice'.
Find a box with a Golden Slice, and you take home $1000 in cash.
The opening will be marked with a special visit and ribbon-cutting ceremony attended by Domino's executives from the US as well as Australia.
"Domino's opened its first international store in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada in 1983," Domino's Pizza chief executive Ritch Allison said.
"We've come a long way since then and I'm incredibly proud to celebrate the opening of our 17,000th store in the world.
"This achievement is a true testament to how hard Domino's has worked and truly is a reflection of the success of our global brand."
Chief executive of the Australian branch of Domino's, Don Meij, said he was excited to celebrate the milestone.
"This is an incredible milestone for the Domino's brand, and we're honoured that it is happening here in Australia.
"The first Domino's store in Australia opened in 1983 and since then we have grown to 700 stores across the country, and more than 2600 stores in nine markets around the world.
"We couldn't be more thrilled to commemorate Domino's 17,000th store in the world, right here in Bradbury.
"This store opening represents our commitment to international growth and development and we look forward to continuing our global growth momentum by opening even more stores closer to our customers and serving up high-quality food to local residents."
The new store is located at Shop 3a/100 The Parkway, Bradbury.