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Lambeau Field and Titletown businesses are going cashless

Posted at 8:53 AM, Oct 08, 2020
and last updated 2020-10-08 09:53:46-04

GREEN BAY (NBC 26) -- Lambeau Field has transitioned to entirely cashless payment systems.

The Green Bay Packers announced Wednesday that the transition affects food and beverage stands, the Packers Pro Shop, the ticket office, 1919 Kitchen and Tap, the Packers Hall of Fame and Stadium Tours and other points of sale throughout the building.

It also affects Packers-run business at Titletown, including 46 Below, The Turn and Ariens Hill. Private businesses at Titletown, including Lodge Kohler, Hinterland and Bellin Health, will not be affected by this change.

Parking on gamedays, however, will still be cash-only this season if fans are able to attend games later in the year.

The Packers say the switch to cashless was originally supposed to take place over the next few seasons, but the process was expedited in order for the Packers to introduce it this year as the COVID-19 pandemic continues.

Fans, guests and visitors can use traditional credit/debit card payment methods, as well as a variety of contactless payment solutions such as Mastercard Nearby Mobile App, Apple Pay, Google Pay and tap-and-go credit cards. More mobile payment solutions will be introduced in future seasons. Checks will not be accepted.

For those who have cash and don't have a cashless option, free exchange stations will be available to convert cash to payment cards. Learn more here.