Super Bowl goes cashless with Visa  

November 23, 2020 | Payments

Written by FinTech Alliance

Super Bowl goes cashless with Visa  

The NFL and Visa have struck a deal to make the 2021 Super Bowl cashless.  

In Brief: 

  • The event is planned to go ahead with cashless payments to minimise the risk of Covid-19.  

  • Visa is the official payment service provider for the NFL.  

  • For those who are hesitant to go cashless, ATMs will be installed which dispense sanitised, pre-paid $500 vouchers.  

What does this mean?  

Renie Anderson, the NFL’s VP of Partnerships and Chief Revenue Officer, says Visa will shape the Super Bowl experience for “years to come” and help the league deliver “a more enjoyable and safer experience for everyone involved”. 

Read more here.    

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