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Domino's pizza stores are open but there are big changes to how you order

Wales Online logo Wales Online 26/03/2020 Stephen Hurrell
a slice of pizza: A Domino's Pizza worker has revealed a few secrets about how staff work © Vee Satayamas/Flickr A Domino's Pizza worker has revealed a few secrets about how staff work

Domino's pizza stores are remaining open during the coronavirus outbreak but there are some changes to how you can order.

The takeaway pizza specialist has stopped collections on pizza deliveries, meaning you cannot visit a store to collect your takeaway any more.

Domino's had previously stopped accepting cash as payment and is instead encouraging customers to pay by contactless card to ensure people can continue social distancing. It has also launched contactless deliveries meaning drivers can drop off pizzas without coming into contact with customers.

The pizza chain said: "Our colleagues are working hard to keep our pizzas flowing in communities around the UK, and we want to thank them for their efforts."

It has warned customers deliveries may take slightly longer than they usually do and asked for patience during the difficult time.

Domino's has also promised to delivery free pizzas to NHS workers next week as part of a scheme to deliver 100,000 free meals to front line workers.

Other delivery services such as Just Eat are still open for deliveries in the UK but a number of chain fast food restaurants have closed their doors entirely. KFC, McDonalds and Burger King, as well as sandwich store Subway, have all announced they have closed their doors and will no longer be doing online deliveries.

A number of local takeaways and restaurants are still delivering via Just Eat.

Topcashback, a website that pays people in cashback when they shop online, is giving anybody who orders a Just Eat takeaway up to £15 off their order in the form of cashback.

The deal means people can support local takeaways and restaurants who use the Just Eat platform, and the cashback will be matched to your spend up to the price of £15. That means if your takeaway costs exactly £15 it will be completely free after cashback.

Topcashback is offering the deal to any new member of the site who signs up today here. Signing up is free and once you order a Just Eat through the site they will return up to £15 in cashback within 14 days.

You can get the Just Eat deal here.

UberEats and Deliveroo are also still open and a number of local restaurants are available to order from, with all of them offering takeaway only and many banning collection at the takeaway itself.

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