I hit a QR code recently and it asked me to download the Services Victoria App. I did this, scanned the code and filled in my details. The next time I started the app it asked me to login and sent a secure code to me email. The complete details are a bit fuzzy, but it recognised my email and usual password, so I assume I registered at some time.Not even able to register on their website. I believe you just click the QR link on the app. Shouldn't need to register with Service Victoria.
Link Given by neilkI have no idea what's going on, but I've downloaded the app.
I assume you tap "contact tracing check-in" and scan the QR code which will take you to a link and ask for your name and contact details.
That what I thought. Should not have to Register Twice.Thought the whole point of e-tickets and booking was so they knew who was attending. This seems to achieve the same as QR code check ins. Why double up.
Thursday night doesn’t help... if I didn’t have work early the next day, I probably would have booked a seat to the game. Oh well. Let’s hope the pies decide to show up to work tomorrow night!Unlike last Friday...It will fall below of that.
They're saying between 55-60k for tomorrow night
Yeah, its not ideal for kids either.Thursday night doesn’t help... if I didn’t have work early the next day, I probably would have booked a seat to the game. Oh well. Let’s hope the pies decide to show up to work tomorrow night!Unlike last Friday...
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Correct, and mine is set up for finger print recognition so no need to login with email address and password.Click on the chat thing in the bottom right hand corner of the Services Victoria app.... and you can register from there. Easier than doing it at the ground I’d say!