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FNC Park Makes Changes to Indoor Practice Facility Payments

By Adam Brown
Sports Editor

Photo courtesy of FNC Park.

The Oxford Orthopedic Indoor Practice Facility at FNC Park will no longer be using PayPal as a form of online payment starting Monday, July 9.

The park as a whole uses a system called Square that people can use to book appointments at FNC Park, and the IPF is adapting to that model. 
FNC Park can now use a new app called “Square Appointments” to provide a payment outlet for patrons who want to rent the cages. This allows patrons to select a time and pay before they come to the facility. 
“I was able to curtail it to fit our Oxford Orthopedics IPF batting cage,” Clay Brownlee, assistant director of FNC Park said. “For people to book online or as they walk in.”
In this new system, there will no longer be time packages offered that people can buy. However, for people who have previously purchased a package it will be honored. Every visit will be recorded by the staff.
“If you bought a package and it is still active, we will honor it until it is completed,” Brownlee said. 
To view the prices for the batting cages click here.

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