Baseball fans will get a cashless payment experience when they re-enter Petco Park this season
- Baseball fans will have a cashless experience when they re-enter San Diego Padres' Petco Park next season.
- The team signed a partnership with Tappit to enable fans to make transactions through the MLB Ballpark app at the stadium.
San Diego Padre fans will get a cashless payment experience when they re-enter Petco Park for this year’s baseball season.
They will be able to make purchases directly through their phones on the team’s MLB Ballpark app. Fans will also be able to link their preferred payment method to the app to pay at concession and merchandise stands at the stadium.
Last week, the major league baseball team announced a multi-year partnership with event and venue based payment ecosystem Tappit in the creation of the cashless payment solution called Padres Pay.
“As we prepare for the 2021 baseball season, our priority is the health and safety of our fans and employees. We believe that through Padres Pay, we’re one step closer to safely welcoming Padres fans back home to Petco Park while minimizing person-to-person contact,” said Padres CEO, Erik Greupner.
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