Ocean City Arcades Go Cashless While Keeping Cash Customers

Ocean City Arcades Go Cashless While Keeping Cash Customers

Intercard’s Hybrid Technology Takes the Worry Out of Going Cashless Since 1970, the Greenspan family has operated two popular arcades on the boardwalk in Ocean City, Maryland. Sportland boasts more than 200 video and redemption games and nearby Fun City has 140. Jerry Greenspan recently upgraded his arcades with a...

Kudos to Neil Hupfauer on His BPAA Honors

Kudos to Neil Hupfauer on His BPAA Honors

Celebrating Neil Hupfauer today at Bowl Expo 2021 as the newest recipient of the Victor Lerner Memorial Award and BPAA Hall of Fame inductee! Fun fact: Mr. Hupfauer is a pioneer of the FEC and was an early adopter of Intercard technology.

Jason Mitchell Joins Bowl Expo Arcade Boot Camp Panel

Jason Mitchell Joins Bowl Expo Arcade Boot Camp Panel

Intercard arcade expert Jason Mitchell has joined the panel for Bowling University’s Games and Redemption Profitability Boot Camp at Bowl Expo on June 20 in Louisville, Kentucky. Mitchell will share valuable insights on how to utilize the full power of a cashless technology system to maximize revenues and profits. Best...

Philly’s Only Traditional Arcade Goes Cashless

Philly’s Only Traditional Arcade Goes Cashless

University Family Fun Center bills itself as “Philadelphia’s only traditional arcade,” an urban venue close to several college campuses that thrives on local regulars and walk-in trade. When William Schoepe opened the former University Pinball in 1977 it was strictly pin games, with over a hundred flippers to choose from....

VA Arcade Manages Reopening Surge with Cashless System

VA Arcade Manages Reopening Surge with Cashless System

When Gary Ellis, owner of Fun-n-Games Arcade in Moneta, Virginia, switched to an Intercard cashless technology system in October 2019, the immediate benefit of changing from coins to cashless was a big boost in revenue. “The first couple of months we saw as much as an 80% increase,” says Ellis,...