The easiest way to take food/drink/merchandise orders at live events or local shops.
Shortcut concessions had up to 30% more sales than other concessions in an apples to apples comparison
Identify the big spenders and invite them back.
Real time sales data and analytics
Learn more about your attendees and use the knowledge for better marketing
Attendees paid to see the event, not to queue up at a concession
Easy to use. Easier to love.
Shortcut's fulfillment platform works on any Android or iOS phone or tablet. No need for expensive proprietary hardware. It even works from your web browser.
When you're ready to check your analytics or set up your next event, just open Shortcut from your browser. It's free to get started.Create Free Store
Guaranteed Secure Payments
We're partners with Stripe and we accept all major forms of credit and debit cards: MasterCard, Visa, AMEX, and Discover.Learn more about pricing
Your customers. Your data.
Every order that passes through Shortcut goes directly to you in real time.
1. Offer last-minute sales/offers instantly
2. Reward big spenders with discounts so they come back
3. Message your attendees
Pick up or delivery
When an order pops up on the screen, you can estimate how long it will take to prepare the order. We will notify the attendee when their order is ready so that they can pick it up at the concession you fulfilled the order from.
If you'd like to enable delivery, just send us a quick email at email@example.com. We would be happy to assist. It takes just 30 minutes to set up your venue with delivery.
One Simple App for Attendees
It's easy to customize the experience for your attendees
In the news
Shortcut just works! My sales have pleasantly increased since we starting using the service with very minimal setup.
I just don't want to miss something good! I missed a great dunk by Blake Griffin when I was at a Clipper's game not too long ago and was a bit upset. Never again.
The ATM went down at my event, but the attendees never missed a beat.
I set up my boss's event, emailed his attendees, and sold hundreds of dollars in merch in just 10 minutes of effort.