Amazon Walk Out technology is coming to T-Mobile Park

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The Seattle Mariners and hotel partner Sodexo Live! today announced that Amazon’s Just Walk Out technology and Amazon One are coming to T-Mobile Park, the first time the two frictionless retail technologies will be used in a Major League Baseball stadium. . Innovative technologies will be showcased at the venue’s new Walk-Off Market, designed to eliminate lineups and allow fans to enjoy Mariners baseball more.

The Walk-Off Market is scheduled to open this summer near Section 126 on the stadium’s main level. Fans will benefit from an effortless shopping experience, offering the option of inserting a credit card at the front door or waving their palm over an Amazon One device to enter, make purchases and then to go out. The credit card they inserted or linked to their Amazon One ID will be charged for items they picked up after leaving the store. If a fan is new to Amazon One’s palm recognition service, they can register in less than a minute at one of three registration kiosks just outside the store.

The Walk-Off Market will be stocked with a wide selection of beers – craft, domestic and imported – as well as Northwest wines and ready-to-drink cocktails. Buyers will be required to present photo ID to an attendant when purchasing alcohol.

Fans will also find a variety of Coca-Cola products, on-the-go snacks and best-selling baseball fare, including Mariners Dog hot dogs, Ballpark nachos and soft pretzels, as well as a selection of branded merchandise. Mariners.

“The Walk-Off Market is built for speed. From the menu offerings to the store layout to Amazon’s Just Walk Out technology, everything is designed to give fans what they want and get them back into the game as quickly as possible,” said Catie Griggs, President business operations of the Seattle Mariners. “We are delighted to partner with our hotel partner Sodexo Live! to bring these breakthrough technologies to T-Mobile Park and do an even better job of serving our fans.

“We are thrilled to be working with Amazon to make T-Mobile Park the first stadium to offer both Just Walk Out technology and Amazon One in the same store,” Sodexo Live said! CEO Steve Pangburn. “The next-gen technology is sure to cut lineups and be a hit with fans, and we’re excited to deploy it at Mariners games this season.”

Amazon’s Just Walk Out Shopping experience is made possible by the same kinds of technologies used in self-driving cars: computer vision, sensor fusion, and deep learning. Amazon One is a fast, convenient and contactless way for users to use their palm to enter, identify themselves and pay.

“We are delighted to work with T-Mobile Park and Sodexo Live! to enable a quick and effortless shopping experience for baseball fans when visiting the Walk-Off Market equipped with Just Walk Out technology and Amazon One,” said Dilip Kumar, Vice President of Retail physical retail and technology at Amazon. “Our physical retail technologies are designed to remove friction for shoppers and make shopping faster and easier, so we’re thrilled that T-Mobile Park is adding these offers to help its fans get what they need. quickly and without missing a moment of the action.”

Sodexo live! manages prestigious conference, cultural and sporting venues and major events around the world. With 40,000 employees and 500 sites, we offer our customers a range of tailor-made catering, sales and event services, helping to transform the consumer experience into unforgettable memories. As strategic and responsible partners, we are committed to unlocking the full potential of our customers while supporting local communities.

Sodexo live! contributes to the success of prestigious events such as the Royal Ascot, the Tour de France, the Rugby World Cup and soon the Paris 2024 Games, and highlights exceptional places such as the Restaurants of the Eiffel Tower, the Hard Rock Stadium, the Bateaux Parisiens, the Yachts de Paris, the Royal Academy of Arts in London, the Prado Museum in Madrid and the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles.

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