Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Domino's® Launches Messenger Ordering in the U.S.

Domino's® Launches Messenger Ordering in the U.S.

Domino's customers can place or track an order by clicking the message button on Domino's Facebook page, using or by searching for "Domino's" within Messenger. This will send customers to an ordering welcome screen. From there, customers can use a pizza emoji to start their Easy Order, or tap "Recent Order," "Easy Order" or "Track" to begin.

Customers can find more information about Messenger ordering at, along with details on all of the AnyWare ordering platforms, including emoji, Twitter, text, smart TV, Amazon Echo and more.

My Review:
Domino's® launches messenger ordering! Now that football season is here my family and I will be eating a lot more pizza and one of our favorite pizza places is Domino's. I love Domino's because that's what we ordered when I was a kid and it still seems to taste just like it did back then. This past weekend I was working/playing around on Facebook and my husband said "hey we should order pizza." and I figured since I was already on Facebook I'd check out Domino's messenger ordering. I'm completely amazed at how easy it was to order pizza using messenger. I clicked on the messenger order link from Domino's Facebook page and simply logged into my Domino's account and selected to place my most recent order. Since we usually order the same thing anyway this was incredibly easy. When I told my husband okay I just ordered pizza he didn't really believe me because usually when I order pizza it seems to take me a really long time for whatever reason. Domino's messenger ordering is a super quick and easy way to order pizza and I'll definitely be using it again in the future!

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Disclosure: I received product(s) for free, in exchange for my honest review. I only recommend products I've used personally, and believe will be good fit for consumers.

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