MILWAUKEE - The Milwaukee Brewers are rolling out paperless tickets.
The Brewers announced a "Digital Ticket Delivery" option that lets fans have game tickets delivered to a credit card or smartphone.
Fans who choose the credit card option, called "Brewers Fan Pass," can use the same credit card they used to buy the tickets. The credit card will be swiped at the gate. They will then receive a printed receipt with the seat location.
Fans who choose the smartphone option, called "Mobile Delivery," will receive a text message for each ticket they buy. At the gate, the image on the phone will be scanned and a receipt with the seat location will be printed. Mobile Delivery tickets cannot be transferred or forwarded.
The electronic ticket options are available for home games starting with the April 23 game against Houston.
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