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SBD/March 26, 2014/Research and Ratings
Poll: NBA Will Be First League To Switch Completely To Digital/Card-Based Season Tix
Published March 26, 2014
Sports execs feel that the NBA, NFL and MLB are most likely to be the first pro leagues to move completely to digital/card-based tickets for all season-ticket holders, according to results of a Turnkey Poll conducted in February. Among the respondents, around 27% said the NBA would be the first league to eliminate paper tickets. The NFL got 25%, while MLB got 20% (Turnkey).
WHICH PRO LEAGUE WILL BE THE FIRST TO MOVE ALL
SEASON-TICKET HOLDERS TO DIGITAL/CARD-BASED TICKETS?
|Not sure/No response||