Domino's Pizza tests a button to have their favorite pizza delivered

Domino's Pizza tests a button to have their favorite pizza delivered

Violet Field inHigh TechDec 29, 2020 2 min read0 views

Testers of this button will be able to have their favorite pizza delivered for free once a day until January 1

Domino's Pizza (illustration). - PHILIPPE HUGUEN / AFP

Order your pizza with the push of a button? The dream of some has just come true. In the favorite United Kingdom, Domino's Pizza has been testing a specific order button since Monday, reports The Independent relayed by Capital.

According to the fast-food chain, 57% of the British population are already fed up with leftover Christmas meals, reports The Telegraph & Argus. Domino's is therefore dedicated to coming to their rescue." With all that 2020 has given us, the last thing we need is another plate of dry turkey," said a spokesperson.

Fed up of turkey sandwiches? Turkey curry? Turkey pie? Has festive food fatigue set in yet? We've discovered that at 3pm today the majority of the country is absolutely sick of turkey. Introducing the Turkey Panic Button. Check the @Dominos_UK Instagram channel to find out more pic.twitter.com/xLfqkIwhfT

- Domino's UK & Ireland News (@dominosukinews) December 27, 2020

One free pizza per day

This is why the channel created the “Turkey Panic Button”. This Sunday, all the volunteers to test the famous button could make themselves known on social networks. Those selected were contacted on Monday by Domino's to indicate which was their favorite pizza and receive the button.

Until January 1st, by simply pressing the button, the lucky testers will be able to have their favorite pizza delivered once a day. Delivery will be free. If the test is successful, the chain plans to market the button nationwide for Christmas 2021.

If 2020 has been a bad year for the restaurant world, Domino's Pizza has been able to do well during the coronavirus crisis. The chain of pizzerias even indicated last August that it was going to hire 20,000 additional people in its various brands.