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Ticketmaster and Apple join up to sell digital albums

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 08 Nov 2007 18:45 User comments (5)

Ticketmaster and Apple join up to sell digital albums Ticketmaster and Apple have formed a partnership in which digital albums will be sold right alongside the concert tickets for many artists on Ticketmaster.com.
Over 700 artists including such huge names like Kanye West, Keith Urban and Bon Jovi will be part of the cross promotion. As an added promotion, the albums sold at Ticketmaster would be $1 cheaper than on iTunes through the end of the year.

The new promotion will stack on the current Target based promotion in which a $50 iTunes card is sold that gives a $25 credit towards a purchase at ticketmaster.com along with $25 in iTunes credits.

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5 user comments

19.11.2007 14:13

Everyone wants a piece of the Apple pie...

29.11.2007 15:53
vinny13
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Apple pie is my favourite pie :P

Literally...

311.11.2007 1:36

Well said, pryme_H



I would think that most people going to concerts would already have the albums though.

412.11.2007 9:48

Now if they sell the music uncompressed or in a lossless format like FLAC, I'll get in line!

529.11.2007 17:32

I like this concept and this would be music to the ears of many fans.

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