Detroit Tigers fans heading to Comerica Park can use an all-new, unique way to skip lines and get to the game quicker.
Beginning Tuesday, the Tigers will become the fifth team in the MLB to have optional fingerprint scanners for fans.
“Detroit is an amazing sports town with a loyal fan base and we couldn’t be more excited to partner with the Tigers,” CLEAR CEO Caryn Seidman-Becker said in a release. “In addition to expanding the network of venues where CLEAR is available, we are also working on applications for biometrics that extend beyond security to other uses inside the venue that will continue to transform the game day experience.”
It's called CLEAR and will be available at Gate A, which is the gate with the big tiger out front.
Fans who wish to use their fingerprint to get inside will have to register at the stadium. It allegedly takes only five minutes and will go into effect immediately at the ballpark.
You will still have to go through security and show your ticket, but fans who register with CLEAR can expect shorter lines.