Irish rugby supporters attending this Sunday’s RBS 6 Nations game between Ireland and England at the Aviva Stadium can again avoid the queues by pre ordering their food and drinks ahead of the game. Fans simply need to download ‘RapidQ‘ on their phones to view the menu and place their orders for collection before kick off or at half time.
Once fans have downloaded RapidQ they place and pay for their order through their credit or debit card and then instead of queuing up they simply show staff at the pre-order collection point a code on their phone and walk away with their choices.
Ahead of the England game the service will be available from Thursday 26th February at 12pm right up until half time in the game, with food and drinks collection points located in the following designated pre ordering areas;
Bars to be used:
105/124 – Available at Level 1 – East Middle (102-115) West Middle (116-128)
327/305 – Available at Level 3 – East Middle (301-315) West Middle (316-330)
505/525 – Available at Level 5 – East Middle (501-515) West Middle (516-530)
Food Kiosks to be used:
106/57 – Available at Level 1- East Middle (102-115) West Middle(116-128)
307/325 – Available at Level 3 – East Middle (301-315) West Middle (316-330)
506/526 – Available at Level 5 – East Middle (501-515) West Middle (516-530)
For more information contact;
James O’Reilly/Daniel Dwyer
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