The 2017 Autumn Internationals kick off on Saturday 11th November with Ireland vs South Africa. This year the Aviva Stadium’s Rapid Q app is helping Guinness Series match-goers beat the pre-match, half-time and post-match scrums for food and drink.
Fans can choose to order and pay for their drinks using the Rapid Q app on their phones or through Rapid Q’s designated web portal. Powered by Preoday, the app is available for download from the App Store or Google Play, now.
The service couldn’t be simpler to use. Fans simply need to choose which event they’re attending; where they’re sitting (so they can pick-up at the nearest bar); what they’d like to order; and pay for it. After registering your account, the entire ordering process can be completed in just six clicks.
Because of the app, rugby fans can avoid queues and collect their drinks from the quick-collect points in a matter of minutes. Consequently, they have more time to socialise and relax during the half-time break.
And if that wasn’t reason enough to use Rapid Q, fans can get 15% off their first order with the service for all orders made before midnight on Friday 10th November.
The Rapid Q app and web-order service will be available for all Guinness Series games at the Aviva Stadium, as well as other upcoming international matches and concerts.