Camden Yards Adds New Beer Markets that Track Purchases Using a Ceiling Camera

| March 30, 2023 | 0 Comments

Levy, the new food and beverage partner at Oriole Park at Camden Yards, is using a new technology at the B&O Markets to charge customers. The B&O Markets, which sell cans of beer, hard seltzers, cocktails in a can, sodas, waters, and pretzels, will track patrons’ purchases using camera technology in the ceiling and sensors on the stocking shelves. This technology will tally what patrons take out of the refrigerators and then automatically charge the respective credit cards.

Patrons will tap their credit card when they come to the market. This will open a gate allowing patrons to enter, grab the items they want, and then walk out without having to stand in a line to pay.

There are three B&O Markets on the first level of the ballpark.

16oz beers are $10.99 for domestic and $12.49 for craft, hard, seltzers, or imported beers. 24oz beers are $14.99 for domestic and $15.75 for imports or hard seltzers. 12oz canned cocktails are $12.99.

The addition of the B&O Markets is part of an effort to speed up the vending process at the ballpark.

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