Wells Fargo Center launches app for personalized ticketing



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The NHL’s Philadelphia Flyers and Venuetize recently launched the Wells Fargo Center app, designed with intent to offer a mobile ticketing platform unique and personalized to every Flyers fan.

The Wells Fargo Center app will allow fans attending a game, concert, or other event at the team’s home arena to view, manage, transfer, and scan their tickets for entry. In the long run, this will eliminate the need for paper tickets.

For now the app will offer tickets to events including Philadelphia Flyers and Wings games, as well as select concerts and family shows. More features and offerings are set to be announced throughout the upcoming season,” said Shawn Tilger, COO, Philadelphia Flyers, in a press statement.

The new app integrates with the venue’s Paciolan ticketing system, allowing the club to provide additional digital ticketing features. The contextually-driven Venuetize platform will also make it easy to serve up push notifications with useful information, offers, and rewards as fans navigate the stadium.

“Mobile ticketing, commerce, and contextual awareness all greatly enhance the fan experience. Venuetize is pleased to have been chosen as the Flyer’s partner for turning the Wells Fargo Center into a smart space,” Karri Zaremba, Venuetize founder and COO, said.

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