The first NFL game in Hawaii since the 1970’s is this Saturday between the Los Angeles Rams and Dallas Cowboys. 
It will also be the first time an event in the state will try out a new ticketing system that’s strictly enforced by the NFL across the country: mobile ticketing. 
“Majority of tickets sold are mobile so on people's phones, there's limited people with the hard tickets. People who purchase directly from Aloha stadium or if they paid Ticketmaster to send them a hard ticket,” Ryan Andrews, deputy stadium manager, Aloha Stadium, said. 
According to Ticketmaster, new barcodes are assigned to tickets every 15 seconds to help prevent theft and fraud. 
Some say that could be an inconvenience for fans without smartphones, but they also understand the benefits. 
"To me it's better knowing because even at the mainland when you have the phone app, nobody can duplicate your ticket,” Clem Caneso, a Dallas Cowboys fan, said. 
If you don’t have a smartphone, you must have the order number you used to buy the ticket and a photo ID to get a printed copy at the stadium box office on game day. 
Volunteers are also assigned help fans at the gates and signs will be posted to remind fans to download tickets before getting in line. 
There is also a bag policy. One acceptable size is a one gallon freezer bag or a clear plastic,vinyl or PVC bag that doesn’t exceed 12” x 6” x 12”. Small clutch bags not exceeding 4.5” X 6.5”, with or without a handle or strap, can also be taken into the stadium with one of the clear plastic bag options.
Diaper and baby bags will not be allowed if they exceed the 12“ x 6“ x 12” size restriction.
"It's done for two reasons. One is to obviously limit what people can bring into the stadium from a security and safety standpoint but two it's to reduce the number of bags we're inspecting so we can speed in fan entry into the stadium which is a real goal,” Andrews said. 
The stadium also has a reminder about parking. It has 6,000 stalls but once that fills up, drivers should utilize nine alternative sites in the area. Shuttle services are also available at some locations. 
The stadium parking lot will open at 11 a.m. Saturday. Kick off is at 4 p.m.  
To see the full list of parking options and more game day information, click here