Debonaires – Something amazing now online

Order online with Debonaires Pizza.

Debonairs Pizza is part of was established in 1991 by two university students in Pietermaritzburg. Debonairs was then acquired in 1996 by Famous Brands (which also owns Wimpy, Mugg & Bean, House of Coffees, Steers, Fishaways, Milky Lane and a bunch of others) giving it access to the best support system available in the fast food franchising industry in South Africa.

As far as I can see, Debonaires is the only pizza franchise that allows you to order using the website or with the Debonaires mobile app. The idea of ordering a pizza online is pretty intriguing, and Debonaires has executed it perfectly.

Sure Domino’s, Romans and Scooters allow you to phone in an order but Debonaires list their full menu on the site, the prices are the same as if you walked in to the shop, there is no chance someone gets your order wrong, you can pay with your credit card, and you can see what you ordered the last time.

Sign-up is quick and easy and the order system is driven by your cellphone number. On registration a verification code is sent to your mobile number to ensure that you can be contacted. This is the number used as your log in for the account, and to send confirmations and notifications. The account allows you to opt-in to be notified of specials, discount vouchers and restaurant promotions, and you can track recent orders.

The Debonaires mobile app makes this even easier. It’s available at the Google Play and Apple app stores and it allows you to track the status of your pizza order to your door!

Want to share with your friends? Debonairs now allows you to send someone special a gift voucher to use when ordering online or via the mobile app.

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Ordering online is easy. You can choose collection or delivery, but if you want delivery, you’ll need to enter your address to check the distance. A minimum order of R50 is needed to qualify for free delivery and it must be within 5km radius of the store you are ordering from. If there is no branch near enough to you, then you have pay for delivery.

Payment can be made online with a credit card, cash on delivery, or credit card on delivery. There is an option to include the drivers tip on your credit card.

The entire system is quick, and efficient. You get a SMS messages to confirm the order (if using the website), delays, and estimated delivery times. The system only allows you to order when the selected branch is open.

Debonaires  “Hot or Not” dot promise means that if you receive your pizza and the dot is red, your pizza’s hot and fresh and if it’s not, your pizza’s FREE.

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