Climate Pledge Arena tackles long lines with touchless concessions

Customers will be able to grab food and drinks and pay using the palm of their hand or a scan of their credit card.

SEATTLE — The Kraken and Climate Pledge Arena leaders call it a “War on Lines.”

It is an oft-mentioned phrase as the almost $1.2 billion dollar Arena officially opens to the public this weekend, with all sorts of bells and whistles that show off the investment.

It includes touchless, cashless concessions, using state-of-the-art technology intended to get people in and out and back to their seats as soon as possible.

In advance of the opening, Kraken Senior Vice

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