As they are walking through the hotel lobby, they notice an Orlando Concierge Kiosk. Brian’s daughter taps her Orlando ePass on the NFC-RFID reader. The large screen on the kiosk displays a list of available coupons and promotions. She chooses Ripley’s Museum and asks for 4 coupons for their 4 ePasses. The kiosk display instructs her to hold her Orlando ePass to the reader and for each of the other group members 소액결제현금화 to do the same. In less than a second, she is given a 20% off coupon for Ripley’s as well as a coupon for 10% off in the Ripley’s gift shop. Each family member follows suit and is given the same.
At Ripley’s Museum, Brian tells the man in the ticket booth that he would like 4 tickets and that each of his family members has a coupon. The attendant in the ticket booth asks Brian if he would like interactive audio/video tour cards for their Orlando ePasses. The man explains that with this little SD card in their ePasses they will be able to tap at readers throughout the museum and then see and hear interesting facts about the different exhibits, receive special offers and enhance their museum experience. Brian says, “Yes”, and the attendant provides each of them with a Ripley’s micro-SD memory card with a complete video tour. Each of the micro-SD cards are inserted into the SD card slot in the ePasses or downloaded as a video to Brian’s iPhone. Brian pays with his Orlando ePass and an electronic receipt and additional coupons are sent back to him. Each family member taps the reader at the register and their discount coupon is redeemed and additional coupons are sent to them.
The next day, Brian and his family drive out to Disney World. At the turnstile, each person taps their Orlando ePass on the NFC-RFID reader. During that action, the tickets are authenticated and 5 discount coupons are sent to each ePass. By reading the electronic coupons on their LCD screens, Brian and his family can see that each person has received different coupons that relate to things that they like. Each person gets a discount coupon for a meal, each person gets a Fastpass coupon for a favorite ride, and 3 different discount coupons for theme gift shops. As they go through their day at the park they use their ePasses to pay for their meals and gifts and are given additional coupons during every transaction.
Just inside the park Brian notices a video tour booth. At this booth, Brian purchases four Walt Disney World tour SD cards for their Orlando ePasses. The pre-recorded, interactive tours are activated by tapping any of the RFID readers located throughout the park. The tours can also be activated by tapping the play button on the ePass’ menu. When they hold the ePass against a RFID tap n’ tour post then can also receive, electronically, special custom Disney offers like restaurant coupons and Fastpass coupons. At one of the gift shops, Brian’s daughter Sophia sees a new Disney World Special Hannah Montana music SD card with the latest Hannah Montana songs and videos. Sophia purchases this using her Orlando ePass, plugs it into the micro SD card slot, plugs in her headset and off she goes happily listening to the recording.
One time while paying at a restaurant, Brian’s wife is sent a notice to her Orlando ePass that there is a very short line at Its A Small World. So they hurry over to that ride.
During their second day at Disney, Brian’s son wanders off and they cannot find him. Fortunately he remembers to tap his Orlando ePass at a Tap n’ Tour Post or a point-of-sale (POS) terminal in the Park and the Park staff finds him immediately and re-unites him with his parents.
One evening, Brian and the family decide to go to the movies. Brian purchases the tickets at the Concierge Kiosk and receives discount coupons for popcorn for the whole family. At the cinema, Brian just taps his Orlando ePass at the turnstile as does each of the family members. The eTickets are validated and everyone gets in. Everyone is given additional coupons as well including discount coupons for the Outlet Mall. Everyone wants popcorn for the movie, so Brian purchases the popcorn and pays with his ePass. The discount coupons are automatically used and the remaining total for the popcorns is deducted from the ePass. Of course, a receipt is sent back to the ePass.
During their week in the Orlando area, Brian and his family use their Orlando ePass extensively. They use them for everything from paying at restaurants, buying gifts, watching videos, listening to music, accessing their hotel rooms and redeeming discount coupons. They save a cumulative total of $825 by utilizing these discounts, but they did have to purchase an additional suitcase at the Outlet Mall to carry back some of the items that they had not planned to purchase.