Major League Baseball's Los Angeles Dodgers introduce paperless ticket program for season and mini-plan ticket holders for 2014 season; team cites benefits of program including ease of transferring tickets, using on smartphone to enter stadium

LOS ANGELES , February 12, 2014 (press release) – While continuing to upgrade their on-field product and Dodger Stadium, the Dodgers are introducing a paperless ticket program for season and mini-plan holders in 2014, the team announced.

The Dodgers have entered a ticketing partnership with, based in Costa Mesa, CA, to launch the TDC ProVenue Ticketing platform to afford fans a better and improved ticketing experience using their enhanced technology. Some 17 Major League Baseball clubs utilize the ProVenue platform of, a leader in ticket technology.

The following is a list of some new ticketing features the Dodgers will roll out for the 2014 season:

Digital/mobile delivery to all customers
State-of-the-art customer interface, buy process, ticket management
Integrated loyalty programs
Interactive seat maps
One system for window sales and back office use
Highly configurable system, no limitations

"Paperless tickets are part of our heightened efforts to enable Dodger fans to manage their season seats better than ever," said Dodgers' President and CEO Stan Kasten. "The benefits include: receiving your tickets sooner, being able to print them at home or at your office, the ease of transferring them to family, friends, business associates or clients with free forwarding, and the ability to use them via your smart phone to enter the stadium."

The best way for fans to collect 2014 promotional items and secure tickets for Opening Day and Interleague matchups is to purchase season tickets. More information on benefits in becoming a Dodger season ticket holder can be found by calling 323.DODGERS or visiting

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