The Welsh regional team has introduced the service to provide the best possible match day experience for its supporters. Matchday fans will be able to pre-order drinks through the app and collect at pick-up points in the Bisley and Rodney Road ends of the ground. The app is available for download on the App Store and Google Play ahead of the next big derby game on 30th December 2018 against the Ospreys.
Jon Westwood, Head of Commercial at Dragons Rugby, explains, “The Dragons are always looking for ways to enhance their supporters’ enjoyment of games. Having this app will only add to the match day experience as supporters can order their drinks before coming through the gates and pick up when they arrive or pre-order their half-time refreshments to beat the queue.”
Nick Hucker, CEO of Preoday, adds, “We’re proud to be able to help one of the top rugby clubs in Wales to create a richer fan experience. Long queues at the bar before the game and at halftime can spoil the effect for rugby lovers, and now that’s something they don’t need to worry about.”
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