MASON, Ohio – Stash your cash at home the next time you’re headed to Kings Island, one of four Cedar Fair parks that no longer accepts legal tender. By next spring, all Cedar Fair parks, including Cedar Point, are expected to go cashless, said company spokesman Gary Rhodes. The parks accept credit and debit cards, plus Apple and Google Pay. In addition, the parks have added cash-to-card kiosks throughout the properties, where guests can convert cash to prepaid debit cards. Cedar Point, all Cedar Fair parks expected to be cashless in 2022 - cleveland.com ---- Sounds like a win to me, perhaps a bit of a non-story given how things have changed during Covid, but I do find it interesting, particularly because it's America, a nation where they are still introducing Chip & Pin in some areas. I was still signing stuff on my last trip in 2019.