AMB Sports & Entertainment has added cash-free points of sale at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in the past year. (Getty Images) Transition comes as part of AMB Sports’ decision to lower some concessions prices further Cashless venues are gaining traction at the highest level of sports. AMB Sports & Entertainment, owner of the NFL’s Atlanta Falcons and Major League Soccer’s Atlanta United FC, has committed to eliminating cash transactions at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. The move takes effect March 10, when Atlanta United opens its 2019 home schedule against FC Cincinnati. Mercedes-Benz Stadium becomes the second big-league building to go cashless for food and merchandise after Tropicana Field, home of Major League Baseball’s Tampa Bay Rays. Levy runs the food service at both venues and merchandise at the Trop. Fanatics runs retail at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Other facilities in Atlanta are moving in the same direction. Delaware North Sportservice, the food provider at SunTrust Park,… Continue Reading Falcons, Atlanta United Going Cashless

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