Beloit Sky Carp’s home stadium to go cashless by end of January

Beloit Sky Carp, ABC Supply Stadium set to be cashless ballpark beginning in 2023
Beloit Sky Carp, ABC Supply Stadium set to be cashless ballpark beginning in 2023(wifr)
Published: Jan. 5, 2023 at 4:43 PM CST
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MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) - The ABC Supply Stadium in Beloit, home to the Beloit Sky Carp, is going cashless for the Minor League Baseball season and all future team events, according to a release Thursday.

Stadium officials said starting Jan. 21, credit, debit and gift cards will be accepted inside the stadium at the box offices and concessions. Attendees who bring cash can purchase gift cards to use at the stadium.

“Being cashless will help cut down on lines at concessions and the box office by making transactions quicker and offer added security for fans,” Zach Brockman, president of the Beloit Sky Carp team said.

The team said the transition will bring the stadium in alignment with the 29 other cashless MLB stadiums, including Beloit’s affiliate, the Miami Marlins.

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