All Wolves supporters will be able to make contactless payments at the Molineux kiosks for the first time on Tuesday evening, when Wolves face Manchester United.
The matchday experience and service for supporters is being further improved with the installation of a contactless system, which will be fully operational on all kiosks, with payments also accepted via Apple Pay and Google Pay on phones.
The system has been trialled in the Stan Cullis Stand during the 2018/19 season to great success and Wolves are delighted to expand the system across all Molineux concourses.
The new system will reduce queuing time and hassle for supporters at the kiosks, ensuring more supporters will be served pre-match and at half-time on a matchday.
The option to pay by cash or card remains, however it’s expected many supporters will opt for contactless payment, given the interest during Fans’ Parliament meetings.
Laurie Dalrymple, Wolves managing director, said: “At recent meetings with supporters, an area of regular discussion has been contactless payments in the concourse, so the new system in place on Tuesday evening is a big step forward for the club and a further example of our desire to deliver on our previously stated ambitions to enhance the fan experience.
“Fan engagement remains high on our list of priorities, so as a club we are delighted to make this improvement to the matchday experience, which will see more supporters serviced, more efficiently on a matchday.
“The system has proved hugely successful in the Stan Cullis Stand this season, and we thank the supporters for their patience during this period, but the expansion of the project, we hope, will be warmly received.”