The well-known Domino's app allows you to select, customize, and track your pickup or delivery orders.
Domino's will enable third-party delivery platforms such as Uber Eats and Postmates as on July 12.
According to a press release, the pizza business will collaborate with both platforms in select U.S. regions this fall.
Customers' desires to purchase pizza via meal delivery apps like Uber Eats sparked the new arrangement, according to Domino's CEO Russell Weiner.
"Because some customers only order delivery through the Uber Eats app, this deal could make Domino's available to millions of new customers worldwide."
Customers will be able to order from their neighborhood Domino's through Uber Eats.
In order to battle hidden fees on competing delivery applications, the chain distributed over 5 million "Surprise Frees" in 2021.
"Unlike many third-party food delivery apps, Domino's provides customers with one straightforward delivery fee, because we know what customers want and deserve.
Currently, Uber Eats and Postmates are assisting the chain. According to the news release, the change will increase its client base and give Uber with data on optimal delivery metrics.
The new partnership may bring Uber Eats orders to 70% of Domino's stores worldwide, generating $1 billion in revenue.
The original app will feature promotions and a reward scheme, and Domino's delivery drivers will wear uniforms.
After the agreement was announced, Domino's stock increased about 10%, indicating a successful start.