Domino's launches in-car collection service in Doncaster
Domino’s, the UK’s best loved pizza company, has made it even easier to snap up special collection-only deals, with their latest In Car Collection innovation.
The pizza giant has rolled out a new hassle-free way to collect piping-hot orders at its Doncaster Harworth store, so you don't have to leave the comfort of your own car.
In Car Collection has already been trialled in a handful of cities in late 2020 and after some great customer feedback, the technology is now being rolled out the Domino’s Doncaster Harworth store.
This new, quick and easy way to collect pizza uses location-sharing to track a customer’s journey from sofa to store. Customers who order from the Doncaster Harworth store now have two ways to take advantage of brilliant collection-only deals: either, popping into store to safely collect their order directly or waiting outside in their car for a pizza drop-off from one of the friendly store team.
How does it work?
Choose your favourite pizza, sides and desserts for order and select the In-Car Collection option online or via the app.
The store will send you a text message ten minutes before your order is ready for collection.
Share your current location with the store by clicking a link in the text.
The pizza chefs get busy making and baking your order. They’ll also track your journey to our store.
You arrive at the designated Domino’s parking area.
They’ll bring your order straight to your car, contact free.
Ateeq Rehman, Store Manager at Domino’s Doncaster Harworth said: “Collection is hugely popular in our store and we know pizza fans in Doncaster love a great deal. By offering In Car Collection, we’re giving our customers even more options to get their hands on a Domino’s pizza. In these uncertain times we know how important it is to be able to rely on your local store to cook up delicious food when you’re craving it the most. We’re proud to be able to go a step further and make life that little bit easier by bringing your order directly to your car when you come to collect your food.”