As the rest of the country prepares their parties and game day attire, Appetizers are onsite at one of the biggest events of the year. Whether visitors are Eagles fans or rooting for the Patriots, an efficient and quick concession experience is something everyone can agree on.

To date, we’ve installed more than 650 point of sale devices at US Bank Stadium, the home of the Minnesota Vikings. With game day upon us, let’s take a look at our product suite and how it will improve the experience for the fans and notable attendees at the biggest game of the football season.

US Bank Stadium was completed in 2016 and has had more than 400 events annually, attracting more than 1.3 million visitors each year since inception. With a capacity of over 73,000 visitors, US Bank knew they needed a point of sale system that could withstand the massive crowds. Appetize is incorporated throughout the entire stadium, from in-seat mobile ordering to an integration in the digital menu boards. Here’s a list of all of our products you can find in the stadium:

  • iPods for Hawkers
  • iPad Minis for In-Seat Mobile Ordering
  • 10-inch All-In-One Terminals
  • Integration with Cisco for Digital Menu Boards
  • 15-inch Terminals in 11 Bars and 8 Premium Clubs
  • VenueNext Integration For Mobile Ordering on Smartphones

In addition to these products, our state of the art, cloud-based software will ensure the operators of US Bank Stadium will have accurate, real-time data and reports throughout game day.

With our system, visitors of US Bank Stadium will get their concessions quickly and easily so they won’t miss a minute of the game. For the biggest event in football, you can imagine the guests will want to be in their seats and not in line waiting for their food and beverages. That’s where we come in.

“The Appetize team is fully committed to being a partner and they deliver a robust solution that meets our requirements of increasing speed of service, enhancing fan experience and increasing revenue,” says the Chief Technology Advisor of the Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority. “Since our first event; the system, equipment and support team have proven to be both reliable and dependable.”