You Can Now Order Domino’s Pizza Using a Voice Command, Just in Time for the Super Bowl

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Domino’s brings its ordering capabilities to Amazon Echo
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The pizza chain expects to sell more than 12 million pizza slices nationwide on Super Bowl Sunday. 

Amazon Echo users won’t even have to lift a finger to get their Domino’s Pizza on game day, or ever again. Just in time for one of the chain’s busiest delivery days of the year, the pizzamaker has unveiled details of the expansion of its digital ordering platforms to Amazon Echo. Customers can place an Easy Order (a saved favorite Domino’s order) or most recent order by enabling the Domino’s skill within the Amazon Alexa app and linking their account to their Domino’s Pizza Profile.

Dennis Maloney, Domino's vice president and chief digital officer, says, “Ordering via Amazon Echo marks Domino's eighth platform in the suite of AnyWare technology. We want to continue making ordering pizza as convenient as possible, and this is no exception. Customers can order from anywhere they are, including from the comfort of their couch while watching Sunday's football game.” The chain expects to sell more than 12 million slices and four million chicken wings nationwide on Super Bowl Sunday.

“Domino's is the first in the pizza and quick-service restaurant industries to have an Amazon Alexa skill,” Maloney says. “We're extremely proud to be the only restaurant company in the U.S. that gives customers the ability to order via emoji, Twitter, text, smart TV and now Amazon Echo.”

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