Tulane Athletics announces mobile ticketing for 2020-21
NEW ORLEANS – Tulane University Athletics announced today that the department will transition to mobile ticketing for the fall of 2020 to enhance the safety and convenience for all fans that attend Green Wave athletic events.
The introduction of mobile ticketing will limit the physical contact between fans and game day staff. The new mobile ticketing process will also significantly reduce ticket fraud and loss of tickets to provide a seamless venue-entry experience.
“We understand that mobile ticketing will serve as a new experience for most of our fans, but we are confident that this system will significantly enhance our fans’ experience on gameday as well as keep fans safe as they enter our venues,” said Senior Associate Athletic Director for External Operations Jana Woodson.
Although ticket buyers will no longer have the option to print their tickets at home, the new mobile ticketing system will provide quick and safe ticket delivery of season, mini-plan and single-game tickets via smartphones and the Tulane Green Wave app. Fans will enjoy the flexibility of being able to immediately transfer tickets to friends or family.
The Tulane Green Wave app can be downloaded for free on Apple devices through the App Store and on Android devices through Google Play by searching for “Tulane Athletics.” For fans who have previously downloaded the old Tulane Athletics app, the app will update automatically to the newest version.
For fans who do not have smartphone capability, Tulane Athletics will still offer thermal stock tickets upon request.
More information will be provided in the coming weeks, however fans with immediate questions can email email@example.com contact their ticket representative with any further questions.
Fans can follow Tulane Athletics on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram.
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