StubHub is introducing event-goers to a slew of new ecommerce features within its mobile Web and application platforms, including a ticket recommendation tool and the ability to instantly relist purchased tickets if fans can no longer attend.
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The Walt Disney Company and Lionsgate are two of the studios making a hefty investment in the Atom Tickets mobile application, proving that the potency of smartphone-enabled ticketing will continue to skyrocket this year.
Southern California’s commuter rail service Metrolink is the latest public transit system to board the mobile ticketing train, as the transportation industry as a whole moves towards untethered digital systems.
The Force was with mobile movie tickets this past weekend, with one in three tickets to Star Wars: The Force Awakens purchased via smartphones or desktops, reveals Fandango.
MasterCard is investing in mobile ticketing platform Masabi to help drive cash and its associated costs of public transportation while making it easier for residents and travelers in major cities worldwide to get around.
Mobile ticketing for public transportation continues to gain steam, with New Orleans having recently launched a citywide program and Chicago dipping its toes in the water by letting commuter rail riders use tickets on their smartphones.
Disney is streamlining mobile ticketing and loyalty opportunities for its Movie Rewards members via a new Fandango partnership appealing to families and younger users.
Film studio 20th Century Fox is putting consumers into the middle of the storyline of its recently released film, The Martian, through a mobile gaming app that integrates with mobile ticketing and reflects the growth of mcommerce for entertainment platforms.
Miami Heat is enhancing the fan experience by updating its application with commerce-friendly features such as ticketing and purchasing within an in-app wallet, proving that sports teams have major opportunities to score sales via mobile.
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