Soon internet users will be able to get Online Ticketing Service from Groupon and Live Nation. Because Groupon and Live Nation has team up to launch a new Online Ticketing Deals on local events channel called GrouponLive.

GrouponLive, the service will combine Groupon's local distribution abilities with Live Nation's roster of events. Consumers will be able to use GrouponLive to find limited-time deals on sporting events, concerts, theater shows, and other live events, the companies said. However, it will be limited to North America.

GrouponLive, which will launch “in time for the summer concert season,” the companies said in a statement, will utilize Groupon’s local reach to market event tickets sold through Live Nation. Interested parties are advised to sign up for the service at grouponlive.com, although we expect GrouponLive offers will also appear in the inboxes of existing subscribers come late spring.

The announcement of GrouponLive comes at a time when Groupon is facing more pressure than ever. Aside from competing services from Google, Facebook, and Amazon-backed LivingSocial, AT&T announced last week that it's launching a Groupon rival through its Yellow Pages site.


The deal was brought about in part by Guy Oseary, who sits on Groupon’s advisory board and works with Live Nation on behalf of performance artists he manages, such as Madonna.

Online Ticketing Service 'GrouponLive' from Groupon and Live Nation

Soon internet users will be able to get Online Ticketing Service from Groupon and Live Nation. Because Groupon and Live Nation has team up to launch a new Online Ticketing Deals on local events channel called GrouponLive.

GrouponLive, the service will combine Groupon's local distribution abilities with Live Nation's roster of events. Consumers will be able to use GrouponLive to find limited-time deals on sporting events, concerts, theater shows, and other live events, the companies said. However, it will be limited to North America.

GrouponLive, which will launch “in time for the summer concert season,” the companies said in a statement, will utilize Groupon’s local reach to market event tickets sold through Live Nation. Interested parties are advised to sign up for the service at grouponlive.com, although we expect GrouponLive offers will also appear in the inboxes of existing subscribers come late spring.

The announcement of GrouponLive comes at a time when Groupon is facing more pressure than ever. Aside from competing services from Google, Facebook, and Amazon-backed LivingSocial, AT&T announced last week that it's launching a Groupon rival through its Yellow Pages site.


The deal was brought about in part by Guy Oseary, who sits on Groupon’s advisory board and works with Live Nation on behalf of performance artists he manages, such as Madonna.

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