Pros: If there are mistakes and the manager is feeling gracious, free pizza!!! I also made decent money, at least twice what I made as a waitress.
Cons: Having to find the people you are delivering to. Sometimes they wouldn't answer the phone, gave the wrong address, etc.
A typical day at Domino's yielded about $50 every night I worked unless it was a Friday or Saturday night. Basically I got paid better than a waitress for a fraction of the time with the customers. Plus I got to listen to Pandora all day while driving. For the most part, my management team and coworkers were pretty relaxed even though we were one of the busiest stores in the district. The worst part of the job for myself personally would be the varying ways of finding apartments in the many, many, oh so many complexes in downtown Fort Worth. Having to remember key codes, or in some cases, having to call and ask the customer to come and open the lobby door was kind of a pain. But it was well worth it, I was paid enough to support myself, I worked about 35 hours a week so I still had plenty of time for school, my managers appreciated the hard work I put into my shifts every day, and sometimes I got free pizza! ;)