Apple and the Major League Baseball to banish paper tickets

POSTED BY on Feb 27 under Mobile & Web News

Apple and the Major League Baseball’s quest to get rid of paper tickets has received a major boost after the League announced that thirteen stadiums will offer Apple’s Passbook integration for the new season.

Seven teams including Minnesota Twins, Oakland A’s and Detroit Tigers have signed up with another three to be announced very soon.

It is interesting to see how long will it take for Apple and the Baseball League to include all thirty teams in the project.

In the 2 weeks that the project is running at 4 ballparks, Passbook is accounting for 12% of sales of single game tickets bought online, which is around 1,500.



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