Rugby fans attending Ireland’s RBS 6 Nations matches against England and France are now able to pre order their food and drinks thanks to a new app available at the Aviva Stadium called RapidQ.
Supporters simply need to download RapidQ from the app store on their phones and they can then start ordering their refreshments for collection before kick-off, at half time or after the final whistle. Once fans have downloaded RapidQ they pay for their order through their credit or debit card and then show staff at the pre-order collection point a code on their phone and walk away with their choices. RapidQ was has been selected, following trials of a similar system at the stadium last year.
Ahead of the France game on Saturday 14th February, the service will be available from Wednesday 11th February at 12pm right up until half time during the match, with food and drink collection points located in the following designated pre ordering areas;
Bars to be used:
105 – Level 1 East Stand (available between blocks 101 – 109)
124 – Level 1 West Stand (available between blocks 121 – 129)
305 – Level 3 East Stand (available between blocks 301 – 308)
327 – Level 3 West Stand (available between blocks 321 – 330)
505 – Level 5 East Stand (available between blocks 501 – 507)
525 – Level 5 West Stand (available between blocks 521 – 530)
Food Kiosks (Butchers Grill/Food Diner) to be used:
106 – Level 1 East Stand (available between blocks 101 – 109)
57 – Level 1 West Stand (available between blocks 121 – 129)
307 – Level 3 East Stand (available between blocks 301 – 308)
325 – Level 3 West Stand (available between blocks 321 – 330)
506 – Level 5 East Stand (available between blocks 501 – 507)
526 – Level 5 West Stand (available between blocks 521 – 530)
Compass Group Ireland’s Catering Operations Manager at the Aviva Stadium, Sean Curtis, said; “After successful trials at the stadium last year we are delighted to announce our new app, RapidQ, will be a permanent fixture at the stadium going forward including all football and music events. RapidQ will no doubt enhance the game day experiences throughout the grounds.”
RapidQ is available to download for iPhone and Android Smartphones from the iTunes App Store and Google Play now.
For more information contact;
James O’Reilly/Daniel Dwyer
+ 353 87 9728765/ + 353 85 8231995
The RapidQ App is built from software provided by UK based cloud technology company, Preoday, which allows customers to pre order and pay for food, drinks and merchandise from venues as large as stadiums, racecourses and festivals to bars, pubs and small cafes.
Compass Group Ireland, Ireland’s leading food and support services company, employs over 4,000 people on the Island of Ireland, operates over 200 units and serves over 100,000 meals a day.
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