LOS ANGELES -- The Dodgers are moving to a paperless ticket system for season ticket and mini-plan holders in 2014, the team announced on Thursday.
These season ticket holders will no longer receive a book of tickets, but rather will receive the tickets electronically. Fans can print the tickets from home, or pull up the barcode of the ticket(s) on their phone to enter Dodger Stadium.
The Dodgers are partnering with Tickets.com, which the team says works with 17 MLB teams.
"Paperless tickets are part of our heightened efforts to enable Dodger fans to manage their season seats better than ever," president and CEO Stan Kasten said in a statement. "The benefits include: receiving your tickets sooner, being able to print them at home or at your office, the ease of transferring them to family, friends, business associates or clients with free forwarding, and the ability to use them via your smart phone to enter the stadium."
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