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Twin Payments FAQ

What is the MLB Ballpark app?

  • The MLB Ballpark app is your mobile companion for your visit to Target Field. You can use the app to manage your digital tickets, order concessions and merchandise, view stadium information, access exclusive content and features, and more!

Will Twins Pay work on my smartphone?

  • Twins Pay with the MLB Ballpark app is available on Apple and Android devices.

How do I access Twins Pay in the MLB Ballpark app?

  • In the MLB Ballpark app, tap the TC logo at the bottom to access the Team page. Select the Twins Pay sticker and follow all instructions to pay using your mobile device.

Where can I use Twins Pay at Target Field?

  • Twins Pay can be used at all Target Field concessions and outlets. You must be present in person on site and present your payment QR code to complete your Twins Pay transaction.

Will I be able to apply my Subscriber discount using Twins Pay?

  • Yes! Your subscription holder discount will automatically be applied to all Twins Pay transactions. Subscription holders can also register their subscription partners to benefit from their discount via Twins Pay.

Do I need to scan multiple QR codes to apply my Subscriber discount and card payment?

  • No, you do not need to scan multiple QR codes. All Twins Pay transactions will automatically apply your discount for subscription holders. Simply choose a payment card and present the QR code to pay with a single scan. Your Subscriber discount applies automatically.

How can I view the history of my past Twins Pay orders?

  • At the moment, the history of your past Twins Pay orders is not available in the mobile application. Please ask your cashier for a printed receipt at the time of transaction for your records.

Are there any additional charges or surcharges for using Twins Pay?

  • No, there are no additional charges or surcharges for using Twins Pay.
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