Domino’s customers using CarPlay need to be signed into their existing Domino’s account and have a saved “easy order,” including payment and fulfillment information, such as a preferred pick-up site or delivery address. Panera, which launched with CarPlay last year, and Dunkin’ work in a similar manner.
The CarPlay app also allows Domino’s customers to order by phone.
To entice adoption, Domino’s is offering CarPlay users large one-topping pizzas for a discounted $7.99, carryout only.
“We know how frustrating it can be to wait in a drive-thru line just to place an order. Domino’s app on CarPlay is a great alternative to that, as customers still have the convenience of staying in their car, and can place an order from wherever they are, without waiting in a long drive-thru,” Christopher Thomas-Moore, Domino’s senior VP and chief digital officer, said in a press release.
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