The offer comes with a two-minute guarantee, meaning that after pizza is ordered online and says it is ready, it will arrive at your car within two minutes of you checking in.
If the pizza isn’t ready and in your car in two minutes, you have your choice of a free pizza or 20% of your next order.
I downloaded Domino’s app to test out this guarantee.
Carside delivery is available online or through Domino’s app. The app is nothing special, but it’s easy enough to use.
It makes is simple to build a pizza with the toppings, crust, and sauce of your choice.
You can even control how much of each topping you want, or if you just want it on half of the pizza, which seems convenient when ordering for a group.
Apply coupons in the app, and make sure your order is right before checking out.
Choose what time you’d like to get your pizza, and how you want to pick it up.
For carside delivery, Domino’s requires that you input some information about your car, presumably to make delivery easier. Curbside pickup programs at Walmart and Target have adopted similar measures.
One of the most useful features is pre-selecting where you’d like the pizza placed in the car, which can make delivery even faster.
Once the order is finally placed, watch its progress on Domino’s tracker.
The chain also sent me a text that my order was received and a way to check-in if I didn’t have the app.
The same instructions in the app were also posted on the store’s window.