Imma be honest about it
These ppl that made the pizza they be mean whenever you tell them you have it all the way burned order a pasta they talking about we don’t see you order pasta like dude sometimes your point don’t even show up on the system n I don’t care I just want my food cook right. I used to work at dominoes so I know ppl played around in there n the boss would like them then they look at the food n don’t want to admit they have it burnt
You ask them to remake it n they get upset. I don’t know why they don’t buy the products, they just make the stuff so we can order. Oh then the system they took money off my card it took me a whole month to get it back n everyone gave me a problem 😕 I called up there
“Ma’am I don’t see you order it didn’t pop up in the system” a girl with an attitude n I’m looking at my bank and I can clearly see they took my money took me an whole month cause they said I had to wait til I can get it back. So they have time where it just bad tbh it would be nice for corporate to actually answer the phone when I called or something they food good just this site in general isn’t
The purpose of a native iOS app: beat dominos
I can imagine a few benefits from skipping out on building. Native app, but, it’s also all divided by a the cost of doing anything new, so I’m sure it makes less tsetse for profit people than product people. However, this app is garbage: even if the error codes have the exact same message as on the web (which isn’t hard for a native app to do). The hierarchy for actions is absurd. When I’m in the menu, I can’t see what’s in my cart, or my order totally until I’ve added an item to the menu or closed the menu. Further, when you modify a pizza (I suppose it’s possible domino’s executives only eat the specialty pizzas) the price of the item you’re about to add to your order isn’t displayed. If you have 20 cash and want to maximize your pizza toppings, you might be adding something to the cart and removing it till you get it right for a long time, depending on user intelligence towards domino’s menu pricing.
Bad app. It got an additional star because everything fit on screen and the branding was consistent with the average-at-best domino’s website. But that 2 should be compared with the 3 star’s missing for not valuing the user experience as an outcome of corporate value.
(FYI, I couldn’t see the text as I was typing this, Apple that’s a problem u should look into. iPhone 6s Plus)
Please add garlic options to the app
I love the food and the app is a great help but I wish there was an option for pasta/ bread bowls, pizzas, bread knots, wings, etc. to have the options of garlic or no garlic. I rarely get the bread bowls because I have a garlic intolerance I’m not allergic but it’s very very painful after eating it. I don’t like having to place an order only to realize too late I have to call the store and ask them not to. I don’t normally complain about anything with the food I really love it but it’s very awkward and inconvenient to have to call just to avoid a mishap. I feel really bad about it because a lot of the people that work at Dominos are really hard workers and the branch we order from are some of the most kindest, hardworking, genuinely care about the customers and take pride in doing things right. A lot of people who work in the food industry do care about their customers or their work of their job and I feel that a lot go under appreciated. Thank you for making the app to make it easier to order and thank you to the workers for all your hard work. Especially during the pandemic.
How can pizza be this Good!?
By Camila Camilo
I’ll tell you how; You want a delivery driver that’s willing to battle the unstable elements of blistering winds and sheer cold late at night against terrible drivers that impede their journey to deliver said treasure politely and elegantly at your door without breaking so much as a sweat to save your relationship when your significant other complains there’s nothing to eat since you couldn’t get the groceries and all the stores are closed? Yes you do. You DO want the blessings of humanity to ring your doorbell and support your relationship like Atlas holds up the world on his rippling shoulders all the while enjoying the very pizza you ordered in a cozy warm living room while the champions that brought upon a new form of nirvana accept your shillings and tip their cap looking over their shoulder dramatically in the night like Ryan Gosling in ‘Drive’; KNOWING FULL WELL that they are the real heroes and live a life of danger and unprecedented hazards that live on the edge like a 1970s action flick with unnecessary explosions because not all heroes wear capes but all heroes have a uniforms. I PROPOSE A TOAST! TO THE TRUE CHAMPIONS OF FLAVOR ! HUZZAH BRAVE WINNERS! HUZZAH!!
- A pleased Customer
Dominos has outdone themselves
Now as I'm sure many of us know, Dominos used to have a rap for being "cheap and inauthentic" pizza. As someone who orders Dominos a lot, I agree, it was definitely nothing compared to now. In my past 12 orders, I have received extremely great customer service, expedition of delivery, great deals, and AMAZING food. I regularly tell people to order from them more, no matter what their opinion of what their last experience might've been. Dominos to me, is a leader and example of how a business should progress in the 21st century. Everything that Dominos has done in the recent decade has been a groundbreaking improvement for the company. I only order from Dominos and will continue to until the day I die. I love you Dominos. Thank-you.
Side note: the app is awesome. They keep you 100% updated the entire way through the order and very happy, friendly reminders from the employees when they're on their way and outside.
Update: I've probably made around 40-50 orders in the past year using the app. Absolutely still the best way to get the best pizza!
This app is so annoying
I can’t believe a company would make it so hard to give them money. I spent over 30 mins or more trying to place an order on my iPad, where if you go to review your order you can’t go back and add anything else unless you want what they suggest, or you delete your whole order and start from scratch. That still wouldn’t have taken so long to place the order tho, but I was using a coupon they had, but my total was coming out way more than it should have. It took me a while to figure out that some crusts and toppings were causing my price to go up because they were more costly ingredients. The problem is no where on the list of ingredients does it let you know which ones cost extra and which don’t, it’s just one list of ingredients and if you choose ingredients based on the coupons guidelines and the price comes out to high then you are left confused as you get no information as to why. So after starting from scratch a few times since I can’t just go back to the main menu, I finally figured out what was raising the price so high. This app needs work, the ceo should try and use it, get to checkout and then try and go back to add something else and he’d quickly fire whoever made this app.
Great app, only needs minor improvements
This app is snappy, easy to use, and highly functional compared to other “fast food” apps. The dev team did a great job. A couple suggestions for improvements: For carside pickups (mandatory in my neck of the woods during Covid), it would be nice if we had the option to have our car’s details (color, make, model etc) saved. I have to re-enter the details each time...not convenient. Same goes for delivery instructions...let us save them for next time. Rewards: they should be point-based for each dollar spent...not just 10 points for spending any amount over $10 points. $10 order? 10 points. $40 order: 10 points. What’s the incentive to order more?. If I’m spending $20, I should get 20 points, not 10. Now, I just create two orders if the pizzas are $11-12 each. Do whatever math you need to, to make rewards make sense, but don’t incentivize splitting orders up...it’s inconvenient for us and sometimes confusing for your staff. Also, a visual graph indicating our point standing would be nice.
Please more toppings
By more toppings plz
Every time we see an ad on TV from Dominos the toppings are amazingly an abundance on the pizza. And when I get my pizza I’ll get maybe a handful of Topping! It’s pretty sad that you see more cheese than Topping. I know black olives come in a can. They can’t be that expensive just to throw a half a handful on them be generous! You know we all don’t just like cheese we want toppings pepperoni bacon sausage black olives onions peppers and etc. I’ve gotten the pepperoni lovers. It looks just like a regular pepperoni pizza! So I feel like I’ve been wasting money just ordering the specialty pizzas. If they don’t put enough toppings on it to even matter. So I save money by not even bothering to place the orders for the specialties. If you guys please could work on this I’d greatly appreciate it. I’ve ordered pizzas throughout the years here and it’s only been a handful where they’ve been really good. I’m not a picky person but when your boyfriend says don’t go back there. Did their pizza is not worth the price. It’s not a good sign when you order five pizzas in the more.
The Pizza Is Suddenly Really Good
I have not ordered Domino’s for years because the product was no better than grocery store frozen pizza. I needed a pepperoni pizza for kids, and I decided to order one of the new pan pizzas for me. When I picked up the pizzas and opened the first box, I was so surprised by the appearance of the product. It was smoking hot, the pepperoni was crisp and sizzling, and the hand tossed crust was blistered, crackly and perfectly, very slightly, charred. It was magnificent!
I opened my pan pizza (sausage, jalapeños, diced tomatoes, and onions). It was equally fantastic. A bit of the cheese, just the right amount, was all the way to the edges of the crust creating that yummy, chewy, crispy edge that is so addictive.
Dominoes, I salute you. You figured out pizza is supposed to be amazing, and that is what you are selling now. I am back; I’m a Dominoes customer and even a fan now. If you have not tried Dominoes lately, roll the dice. You can afford six dollars. That’s all it takes (with the coupon) to get a pizza. No other pizza company is providing the value Dominoes does at the moment.
Latest Version Never Credits Reward Points
By The Stereophonic Oddity
I order a A LOT of Domino’s, and part of the reason I’ve remained loyal has been the rewards. With one of these recent updates however it has stopped crediting me entirely. I noticed last week that my reward points were lower than expected, but now after my most recent order and reviewing the orders I received credit for there are multiple missing. Furthermore there is no way to recover the rewards number & earn credit for these previous orders unless I have the physical box the pizza came in still in the fridge or trash, because I order & pay through the app, and I’m not emailed a rewards number with my receipt because I’m supposed to be signed-up and receiving those credits automatically. Luckily I was able to recover credit for one order this way, but the others appear to be irredeemable and there’s nowhere to look for more info. I’m very upset and disappointed, because I’ve ordered Domino’s at least once a week for the last 5 years and with my daughter and I order many many pizzas for the summer camp I manage every year. Having this happen multiple times over the last 4 weeks shows it’s systemic- whether a glitch or not- and Dominos is going to lose my business going forward.