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StadiumDrop: How does it work?

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Pistol Pete getting the fans ready for opening day of football season.

Boone Pickens Stadium's newest feature is not something most people notice. 

It is a small QR code on every spot on the bleachers. This QR code brings you to the “StadiumDrop” app. 

In the age of ease of use, where someone can order anything to his or her house and it arrives the next day, food delivery services are increasing in use. StadiumDrop is a concession stand delivery service, which allows fans to order food from concession stands in Boone Pickens Stadium, and have it delivered right to their seat. 

Concession stand lines can be long, especially at halftime. Long lines can cause fans to miss some of the game, so they can get a $6 hot dog. 

During Saturday’s OSU vs Tulsa football game, I used StadiumDrop to see what it was about. 

StadiumDrop’s ordering system is simple, select which items from a list of options around the stadium. Next, you sign up for an account and include the necessary payment information. For students, meal plans are not accepted through the app. However, meal plans are payment options at the concession stands in- person. Finally, the user will enter his or her section, row and seat number. 

After a short setup, my food and drinks were delivered to my seat in around five minutes. 

Similarly to most delivery apps, there are delivery and processing fees.