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Sport Bayern renounces Printed Tickets

21:25  04 may  2021
21:25  04 may  2021 Source:   sofoot.com

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  Le Bayern renonce aux billets imprimés © provided by Sofoot

A micro-step forward for ecology, a terrible news for collectors.

On Tuesday, Bayern Munich's management decided to permanently give up printed tickets for digital ones. Now, it will be necessary to damage its laptop to present the mobile ticket or print it. The reasons mentioned are environmental and will come into effect once the reopening of the stages Actée: " Sustainability, the conservation of resources and the reduction of CO2 emissions are central questions at FC Bayern ," spoke Jan-Christian. DREESEN, the Bavarian Vice President.

Thus, 350,000 letters initially sent by mail to supporters will be transmitted electronically. In addition to the benefits raised by the Bayern Board, this new format aims to allow simplified and fast management of the tickets by subscribers and a better broadcast, if the places are acquired in the form of packs for example.

Allianz Arena's vintage match tickets will now come to golden price at the trinkets.

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