Aramark adds Giants to MLB portfolio, Marlins offer all-you-can-eat ticket

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Hospitality services company Aramark Sports + Entertainment has partnered with the San Francisco Giants, while rival Major League Baseball team the Miami Marlins has announced plans for an all-you-can-eat ticket at loanDepot Park during the 2024 season.

As part of its agreement with the Giants, Aramark will deliver reimagined food and beverage offerings at Oracle Park.

Aramark has also developed new culinary creations and introduced guest-experience innovations with its partners at Citi Field (New York Mets), Citizens Bank Park (Philadelphia Phillies), Coors Field (Colorado Rockies), Fenway Park (Boston Red Sox), Kauffman Stadium (Kansas City Royals), Minute Maid Park (Houston Astros), and PNC Park (Pittsburgh Pirates).

This season will see the introduction of various restaurant collaborations, twists on classic stadium dishes, new desserts, signature beverages, and self-service technologies.

Coors Field will now offer self-checkout using Tapin2 kiosks at Wazee Market, while Fenway Park will expand its Mashgin-powered Fenway Favorites self-checkout offerings with locations at the right field concourse and Bleachers in centre field.

Meanwhile, the Marlins will debut a new Béisbol Bundle at loanDepot Park this season. Starting at $52 (£41/€48), the all-you-can-eat ticket includes premium seating on the Legends Level, plus unlimited access to ‘Fire Eats’ and non-alcoholic drinks at the Caliente Grill concession stand until the end of the seventh inning.

Caliente Grill’s selections include hot dogs, chili dogs, nachos with cheese, chili nachos, cheeseburgers, popcorn, peanuts, cookies, sodas, and water. Alcoholic beverages will be available for purchase at the adjacent bar.

The Marlins will host the Pirates on opening day this Thursday. Fans attending the game in a group of 10 or more can upgrade to a Fiesta Suite and get the same all-you-can-eat access plus a private suite to watch the game.