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Fnac sells festival tickets through Deezer

Fnac sells festival tickets through Deezer

French streaming website Deezer is going to give its users the option to buy seats at concerts and other shows, through a cooperation with Fnac's ticket service France Billet. As part of the deal, Fnac will be able to use Deezer's music database for its customers.

Mutual cooperation

The cooperation also gives Deezer the option to give its paying customers a little bit extra. They could get early access to buy tickets or maybe enter competitions to win free tickets. Fnac on the other hand can give customers that are looking for a ticket for a concert on their website, the possibility to discover the music, by linking to Deezer.

 

Deezer has two paying formulas: one (for  4.99 euro per month) gives unlimited access to music from a PC, while the more expensive second option (9.99 euro per month) gives  that same access also on smartphones and televisions. Customers can select music from a database of over 25 million songs.

 

France Billet offers tickets to 60,000 events in France, Belgium and Switzerland each year. Those include tickets for concerts, but also for theatre shows and sporting events.

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