February 1, 2014 | Kopytek
Imagine a world where all of the Major League Baseball teams stopped printing paper tickets.
Well that is the reality for Dodger fans this season.
No more will Dodger Stadium have those iconic printed tickets available for sale, instead they will use physical and digital barcodes that allow fans entry into the stadium for games. You can read the full article HERE at the LA Times.
This is something that we could see happen across all MLB Clubs across the United States.
Some like the idea of using their smart phone as their ticket or just printing off a barcode from home, but virtually no one we asked thought the idea of not having the ability to take home those nicely printed tickets with their favorite teams logo and players on them. Some people frame these tickets, get them autographed by players and even have their condition graded by experts to be sold in the future.
What are your thoughts on this?
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