Pay with OpenTable: Mobile Payments National Expansion Kicks Off in New York City

After a successful mobile payment pilot program in San Francisco, we are pleased to announce that the pay with OpenTable feature is expanding nationally. In addition to the New York City launch, mobile payments will be introduced in 18 additional cities before the year’s end. We also plan to further expand the presence of payments in San Francisco.

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To pay with OpenTable, make sure you are using the latest version of the OpenTable iPhone app. Diners who book a participating restaurant can add a credit card, which enables them to view and pay their check at participating restaurants with a few taps. It’s that easy; there’s no separate app to download, no table number to enter, and no scanning or barcodes involved. Diners who settle their check via the OpenTable app can simply get up and go whenever they’re ready!

For additional information about mobile payments and view the current list of participating restaurants, visit http://pay.opentable.com/. If you have a restaurant and are interested in providing your guests with our mobile payments experience, you can learn more at http://pay.opentable.com/restaurants.

4 Responses to “Pay with OpenTable: Mobile Payments National Expansion Kicks Off in New York City”

  1. Aaron

    When will it come to BlackBerry 10? And how about a native BlackBerry 10 app =)

  2. Tim Pennypacker

    Why would you test the Open Table Mobile Payments program in San Francisco, and then not include San Francisco in the original rollout? Very strange.

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