Detroit’s Little Caesars Pizza Launches ‘Affordable’ Home Delivery Service

Little Caesars Pizza, headquartered in Detroit, is starting 2020 by offering home delivery for the first time in its 60-year history.
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Little Caesars Pizza is offering delivery for the first time. // Image courtesy fo Little Caesars Pizza

Little Caesars Pizza, headquartered in Detroit, is starting 2020 by offering home delivery for the first time in its 60-year history.

Available only via the Little Caesars app or website, customers order, pre-pay, and then choose pick-up or delivery. The app notifies a delivery driver when the order is ready. Customers also can track their order from store to door using GPS.

“We’ve seen such expensive and complex pricings throughout the pizza industry, and we think it’s crazy,” says David Scrivano, president and CEO of Little Caesars. “Some chains require a minimum purchase to get their deals, or the discount pricing is only available on carry-out orders. We bring much needed affordability to delivered pizza.”

In addition to the Pizza Portal, the new delivery service is in partnership with DoorDash Drive, a national technology company that touts its expertise with quick, reliable, on-demand delivery.

Little Caesars says complete integration between the Little Caesars point-of-sale systems and app, as well as the Pizza Portal pickups, and hot-bag-equipped drivers ensure products are picked up within minutes of being ready and arrive fresh. The integration also ensures a smooth experience for its franchisees, according to the company.

Delivery service is available for Little Caesars’ full menu and during all store operating hours.

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