Dickey-Stephens Park is Latest Venue to Go Cashless


Dickey-Stephens Park is Latest Venue to Go Cashless
Dickey-Stephens Park in North Little Rock, home of the Arkansas Travelers (Sydney Bryant)

The Arkansas Travelers announced that Dickey-Stephens Park in North Little Rock is going cashless for all events including baseball games in 2023.

Central Arkansas' longtime minor league team said the move will help shorten wait times at concession stands and the gift store, and will "help to promote health and safety for our patrons and staff" at the 7,300-seat ballpark.

Visitors without a bank card will be able to purchase a gift card at the ballpark that will be accepted at all concession stands and the gift shop.

Cash will not be accepted at the box office, but can be still be used at the Travelers official parking lot west of the Broadway Bridge.

The ballpark joins a growing number of sports and event venues that have stopped accepting cash as consumer payment methods change. Simmons Bank Arena in North Little Rock went card-only for concessions and merchandise purchases in January. Razorback Stadium in Fayetteville has also gone cashless, along with most Major League Baseball stadiums and a handful of NFL, NBA and NHL teams. 


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