Wells Fargo Center parking lots no longer accept cash payments – CBS Philly



PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Wells Fargo Center parking lots will no longer accept cash. Officials say research has shown paying with cash takes three times longer than pre-purchased parking and twice as long as credit cards.

The Wells Fargo Center has prioritized cashless parking during the pandemic.

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The change will begin Friday night when Wells Fargo Center hosts WWE Smackdown.

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“At the height of the COVID pandemic, we prioritized cashless parking for health and safety reasons, but we also found that it made the parking process much faster for our fans,” said Phil Laws, General Manager of Wells Fargo Center. “Our parking partners at SP + provided us with clear data which showed that pre-purchased and cashless transactions drastically reduced transaction times and made the parking process much faster and easier. We want every part of our fans’ experience to be as easy and enjoyable as possible, and by going entirely cash-free in our parking lots, fans can expect less traffic in the future. “

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All major credit cards, prepaid cards, and digital payments such as Apple Pay and Google Pay will be accepted.


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