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Indiana U. Going Cashless at All Athletic Events

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The Indiana University athletic department announced Wednesday it has transitioned completely to cashless transactions at all its on-campus venues. The switch will cover all purchases, including ticketing, merchandise and concessions.

In addition to major credit cards, Apple Pay and Google Pay will be accepted on game days at concessions locations and the IU team store for game-day apparel sales.

“The move to cashless is designed to improve the pre-game and game-day experiences for all Hoosier fans by reducing the amount of time that fans are waiting in lines, be it at a ticket window, concessions area, or merchandise store/stand,” read a news release announcing the change. “In addition to expediting the checkout process, the move to cashless will also enable concessions areas at IU Athletics venues to increase the number of point-of-sale locations in its existing space.”

Among the venues that are now cashless are Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall (including the Ticket Office), Memorial Stadium, Armstrong Stadium, Wilkinson Hall, Bart Kaufman Field and Andy Mohr Field. The Indiana Hoosiers Team Store locations at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall and the Carmichael Center, meanwhile, will also be exclusively cashless when they re-open later this summer.

Indiana joins a growing number of schools that have gone cashless, including North Carolina State, Vanderbilt, the University of Tennessee, Texas Tech, Syracuse, Miami University and Grand Valley State.

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