FARMINGDALE, NEW YORK - SEPTEMBER 15: A general view of a Domino's restaurant on September 15, 2022 in Farmingdale, New York, United States. Many families along with businesses are suffering the effects of inflation as the economy is dictating a change in spending habits. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)
Does Domino's Pizza Tracker Actually Track Your Pizza?
By Chase Shustack
Some may recall that, as late as the '90s, Domino's used to run a promotion that promised it would deliver your pizza within 30 minutes or less or it would be free. Today, Domino's has its own "pizza tracker," a "feature" that details every step of your pizza, from who's making it to what time it leaves the store, leaving some to wonder just how accurate it is.
According to HuffPost, the Pizza Tracker can be inaccurate, depending on the employees who work there, and reveals several ways that employees can "cheat" the system. The U.S. Sun is a bit harsher on the subject, even going so far as to call the Pizza Tracker "totally fake," as customers discovered that the Tracker was based solely on the time since the order was placed and doesn't reflect every step in the process.
Despite its name, the Tracker doesn't so much track your pizza as it does update you on when an employee has completed one part of the process. Domino's had this to say to Cosmopolitan: "Our Domino's pizza tracker is a live system based on real-time information in every kitchen. There's absolutely no estimating involved in the process."