TD Garden, which is home to the NBA’s Boston Celtics and NHL’s Boston Bruins, announced a partnership with the technology platform Venuetize to create mobile ticketing options for fans.
Through the mobile app, fans can purchase tickets and reserve parking. It will also serve as a digital wallet, allowing users to purchase food, beverages, and merchandise at the venue. Additionally, users can make reservations for restaurants at the retail and entertainment complex The Hub, which just opened late last year, as well as the Causeway entertainment district around the Garden. According to a press release, Venuetize hopes to add in-seat food ordering options to the platform in the future.
“Mobile technologies are a vital component in how we can provide our guests with all of the information they need at their fingertips in order to reduce friction points when visiting TD Garden and The Hub on Causeway,” TD Garden President Amy Latimer said in the release.
Currently, the Celtics are ranked third in the NBA Eastern Conference and are set to play the Phoenix Suns this Saturday at The Garden. The Bruins are top in the NHL’s Atlantic Division and will take on the Vegas Golden Knights in Massachusetts on Tuesday, January 21. The Garden also has a packed concert lineup this year, including concerts from Billie Eilish, Michael Buble, Harry Styles, Bon Jovi, and Camila Cabello.
The mobile app is available in both the Apple iOS and Android app stores. For more information about the switch to mobile ticketing, see the Garden’s website.
Last Updated on January 17, 2020 by Olivia Perreault