Digital Beach Passes Coming to Ventnor City

My Beach Mobile App Gives Beachgoers the Option to Purchase Digital Beach Tags

Ventnor City is taking a technological leap forward by offering digital beach tags this summer.  Beachgoers can now use My Beach Mobile, an app developed by New Jersey natives, to not just purchase, but also display beach tags directly from a mobile device.  Ventnor City is joining other beaches offering a digital option, including Sea Isle City, Margate City, and Long Beach Township. 

My Beach Mobile’s self-authenticating QR codes make purchasing and validating passes easy and convenient.  Just open the app, purchase your pass, and show your animated QR code for entry.  

Everyone recognizes the nostalgia associated with physical passes, because who doesn’t have a collection of old passes pinned to their grandmother’s sun hat?  Physical passes will still be for sale at City Hall, on the beach and via Jersey Cape online.

My Beach Mobile’s team sought to make beach access easier by eliminating all the issues they faced when frequenting their local beach towns.  Digital passes remove the hurdles they often face, such as forgotten and lost passes.  The mobile app also eliminates the need to carry cash to the beach.

The app takes security seriously; it utilizes full back-end encryption and Stripe as its third-party payment API.  These safety measures were implemented to protect the users’ data and safeguard municipal funds.

The app is available to download for Apple and Android users. For more information, visit


My Beach Mobile is a proprietary app that allows users to purchase and use beach passes directly from their mobile device.  The digital passes are convenient, safe, and environmentally-friendly.  For more information, contact the My Beach Mobile team at (609) 200-1839 or by email at

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