Domino's Australia beginning to ditch cash payments

Customers will only be able to use debit or credit card, contactless payments such as ApplePay or Android Pay, PayPal and Domino’s Instagift cards to buy their pizzas both in store and when they have orders delivered.
  • vaishnavi News Editor
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Domino's is testing cashless stores at five locations in Australia. Customers will only be able to use debit or credit card, contactless payments such as ApplePay or Android Pay, PayPal and Domino’s Instagift cards to buy their pizzas both in store and when they have orders delivered.

Nick Knight, CEO of Domino’s in Australia and New Zealand, said, “With the growth of tap-and-go payment systems and mobile payment technology, use of cash is slowing and we’re seeing that right across our network.” 

The pizza chain’s cashless stores will cut lines in store and reduce delivery wait times. It will also increase safety since both the stores and delivery drivers will no longer have any cash to steal. 

“We’re now heading towards a very real future where the legal tender could be solely electronic, so it’s important that we remain digitally agile and continue to meet consumer demands,” Knight stated.

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