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T.G.I. Friday’s App Lets Customers Track Their Tab On Their Phone

T.G.I. Friday’s App Lets Customers Track Their Tab On Their Phone
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The convenient mobile app lets guests pay directly from their phones when they're ready to leave.

Emma Hutchings
  • 1 may 2012

T.G.I. Friday‘s new mobile app lets its guests start a tab, keep track of it and pay directly from their phones before they leave, providing them with “convenience, ease-of-use and seamless integration into the dining experience”.

The mobile payment functionality, powered by Tabbedout, is available at more than 300 participating restaurants. It automatically integrates with Friday’s point of sale software, enabling a seamless transaction for consumers and staff without the need for additional hardware.

T.G.I. Friday’s App Tracks Tabs & Supports Payments

T.G.I. Friday’s app also features a location finder for nearby restaurants and allows guests to share updates to their online networks. They can also check out special drinks and menu promotions, and learn about the latest happenings at their local restaurant. Smartphone users can go to the App Store or Android Market to download the app for free.

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