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Domino's Pizza

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What does a Domino's Pizza Franchise Cost?

Owning a Domino's pizza franchise means owning a part of one of the most powerful global brands in the restaurant industry. To buy a Domino's investors need a liquid capital amount of $100,000 and a total amount ranging between $119,700-$461,450 to open a new location. In-store and classroom training, as well as ongoing support and training are part of the program to ensure franchisees are successful.

Total Investment$119,950 - $461,700
Cash Required$75,000
Business TypeFranchise
Target Market National

Own a Piece of the (Pizza) Pie.

Founded by the Monaghan brothers in 1960, Domino's Pizza is the recognized world leader in pizza delivery. Domino's is listed on the NYSE under the symbol "DPZ" and operates a network of more than 15,000 franchised and company-owned stores in the United States and over 85 international markets.

Entrepreneur Magazine has voted Domino's Pizza "the best franchise opportunity in the pizza category" every year since 2004.

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Domino’s has built its 50+ year success around its franchisees – independent business owners with a common vision and mission to be the number one pizza company in the world. Much of this success has come from our franchise business model, which is primarily an internally-based franchise system.

Follow the path of more than 90 percent of our franchise owners and learn to run and operate a store or supervise multiple stores, before investing in your own stores. Prepare and learn to successfully operate our business before buying our business.

Domino's Pizza has expanded its menu to include specialty pizzas, oven-baked sandwiches, penne pastas and chocolate lava crunch cakes. Domino's Pizza made a change to its signature hand-tossed pizza, reinventing it from the crust up with a new sauce, cheese and garlic-seasoned crust.


  • 93% of Americans eating at least one pizza per month
  • Domino's sells 3 billion pizzas in the U.S. each year
  • Domino's drives over 10 million miles a week


Domino's Pizza has made starting a franchise easier with:

  • Innovative food items
  • Special incentive programs
  • Recession-proof market
  • Established brand
  • Co-op advertising program
  • National advertising
  • Proven business model
  • Purchasing power
  • Low cost to open and operate
  • Multiple revenue streams
  • Profit sharing program

Training and Support

Domino's Pizza is focused on your success and offers a training program that includes four days at the Pizza Prep School as well as five days in the Franchise Development Program. Training covers the franchise-related courses:

  • Store operations
  • Finance
  • Human resources
  • Marketing

Community Involvement

We care and we help. It's that simple. Stores support national philanthropic partner St. Jude Children's Research Hospital® and local charities, schools and organizations. Domino's Partners Foundation financially aids team members in times of hardship and adversity.

Special Incentives

Domino's offers low-cost franchises to qualified veterans with 80% off the franchise fee and has additional incentives for minorities and women owners.