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Rose Bowl Teams Up With Tappit For Cashless Purchases

Published on Thursday, December 2, 2021 | 5:52 am
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Visitors at the Rose Bowl Stadium will soon be able to make purchases using only their cell phone. Using a simple QR code, fans can seamlessly pay for their food, drinks and merchandise quickly and efficiently — without the need for wallets or cards.

The stadium and Tappit have developed a partnership that will help the fans experience through Tappit’s white label web wallet — an app-less mobile payment solution, enabling organizations to implement cashless payment solutions without having a mobile app.

“With Tappit’s white-label web wallet, we’re able to minimize person-to-person contact while still giving fans an exceptional experience. We’ll be able to get a clear view of every single guest and their preferences and understand in greater depth how to make their experience exceptional. This way, we can build better relationships, personalize experiences and make our fans feel at home each and every time they attend our event,” said Jens Weiden, Chief Revenue Officer of the Rose Bowl Stadium in a prepared statement.

Tappit minimizes the contact between visitors and staff as the industry continues to bring in-person events back after the COVID-19 pandemic.

“At Tappit, we’re fans first, and we’ve already seen how the current climate has dramatically changed the sports and entertainment industries,” said Tappit’s CEO, Jason Thomas in a statement. “Teaming up with one of the most iconic US venues that plays host to college football, concerts, flea markets, international soccer and more, Tappit will provide that clean and seamless payment experience, whilst equipping Rose Bowl Stadium with powerful customer insights and data other payment methods can’t provide. This makes it possible for them to really understand their fans, boost revenues and improve the experience all around.”
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