MasterCard PayPass Credit Card Readers Installed in 9 Major League Baseball Stadiums
MasterCard’s PayPass, a “contactless” form of credit card payment, has been installed at concession stands in nine Major League Baseball stadiums in time for the opening of the 2006 baseball season. Ther promise of PayPass is that consumers can pay via credit card more quickly and securely. MasterCard credit card holders can tap a PayPass-enabled card on specially-equipped merchant terminals without ever handing their cards to stadium employees. PayPass can be used for orders under $25.
The stadiums that have installed PayPass are Busch Stadium (St. Louis Cardnals), Citizens Bank Park (Philadelphia Phillies), Dodger Stadium (Los Angeles Dodgers), Fenway Park( Boston Red Sox), Great American Ballpark (Cincinnati Reds), PETCO Park (San Diego Padres), Shea Stadium (New York Mets), Turner Field (Atlanta Braves) and Yankee Stadium (New York Yankees). Information on PayPass technology and credit cards currently offering it can be found at the MasterCard Web site.
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