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How do tickets work this year?

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8 hours ago, Davidson Deac II said:

Neither have I, but the people in front of me did.  

One-in-a-million.....not relevant.

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1 hour ago, Panthercougar68 said:

I was worried to try the wallet because I figured that would cause more issues than scanning the barcode. Might have to try it next game.

Downside if you don’t use the wallet, the Panthers app you still need internet to access. What if you get a phone call while your in line and the Panthers app has to reload, could be lagging especially with all those people jammed into a tight space. Once it’s on the wallet no more need for internet  

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Disaster waiting to happen.

Mark my words there will be a complete meltdown at the stadium at some point this year --- will be as bad as JFK during a hurricane, everything will come to a total halt.

 

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9 hours ago, SBiii said:

Disaster waiting to happen.

Mark my words there will be a complete meltdown at the stadium at some point this year --- will be as bad as JFK during a hurricane, everything will come to a total halt.

 

Eh, it's not like the Panthers are the first team to go this route.  Sure, they'll be the occasional issue where someone doesn't understand and gets frustrated, but it's really not that revolutionary to have digital tickets.

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On 8/19/2019 at 1:37 PM, CatTower said:

Eh, it's not like the Panthers are the first team to go this route.  Sure, they'll be the occasional issue where someone doesn't understand and gets frustrated, but it's really not that revolutionary to have digital tickets.

Data grab.

**By encouraging fans to use apps for their tickets, colleges are able to obtain important data on customers, including whether they used the tickets, whether they sold them and who they sold them too. Teams can also collect information on who they were sold too including, potentially, contact information.

“They’ll pitch the fraud angle and that’s legitimate,” McEvoy said. "It’s not the only reason. There are some self-serving reasons. ... A big piece of the puzzle is data. Everyone wants access to data these days. The sport organization wants to track whether the season-ticket holder used their tickets. If they transferred the ticket to someone else, they would love to know to whom the ticket was transferred to and try to obtain contact information for that person. Would that person become a future ticket buyer?”**

https://www.syracuse.com/orangefootball/2019/09/syracuse-football-fans-cant-print-tickets-off-a-computer-this-year.html

 

 

 

 

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