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(Fox 5 Las Vegas)   Allegiant Stadium to be first American pro sports venue to open cashless, fanless, and winless   (fox5vegas.com) divider line
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268 clicks; posted to Sports » on 04 Sep 2020 at 5:38 PM (32 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2020-09-04 5:28:19 PM  
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2020-09-04 6:14:52 PM  

Speaker2Animals: [Fark user image image 530x395]


Note the wording there. Debts. If they never give you, say, a game ticket, you don't owe them money.
 
2020-09-04 7:44:48 PM  
Will they take casino chips?

\ Yes I know they're called cheques....
 
2020-09-04 7:52:51 PM  
I hope they get sued to farking oblivion.
 
2020-09-04 7:57:56 PM  

IHadMeAVision: I hope they get sued to farking oblivion.


On what legal grounds, exactly?
 
2020-09-04 8:33:27 PM  

meanmutton: IHadMeAVision: I hope they get sued to farking oblivion.

On what legal grounds, exactly?


Yeah I am curious as well? Mercedes Benz is cashless one Atlanta. Fun fact everyone pretty much has a card or a payment service at this point. It's not a big deal. I kinda like not having the person counting coins in front of me. Soccer half time only last so long.
 
2020-09-04 9:23:38 PM  

baron von doodle: Speaker2Animals: [Fark user image image 530x395]

Note the wording there. Debts. If they never give you, say, a game ticket, you don't owe them money.


Also I think the SCOTUS has ruled that that particular line on currency doesn't mean that a business is *required* to accept currency, it only means that, if they don't say "no cash", they have to accept currency when presented to pay the bill presented.
 
2020-09-04 10:04:55 PM  

ClavellBCMI: baron von doodle: Speaker2Animals: [Fark user image image 530x395]

Note the wording there. Debts. If they never give you, say, a game ticket, you don't owe them money.

Also I think the SCOTUS has ruled that that particular line on currency doesn't mean that a business is *required* to accept currency, it only means that, if they don't say "no cash", they have to accept currency when presented to pay the bill presented.


Yep. Also, in this case, the stadium provides kiosks to exchange cash for stadium plastic.
 
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