Grab Tickets Anytime With Ticketmaster and Amazon Alexa

Hey, Alexa…

Are you a live music junkie? Are you a sports fan? Maybe you’re a theatre lover.

No matter what type of live events you love, Ticketmaster has you covered – and now you can buy tickets with the ease of asking Alexa.

Through Ticketmaster on Alexa, you can access Ticketmaster’s massive inventory of live events using your voice to search through artists or teams, location or event dates, or even broad commands, like “Find events this weekend.”

Here’s how it works:

  • To start, simply say, “Hey Alexa, open Ticketmaster.”
  • After a welcome message, tell Alexa what you’re looking for. For example:
    • Find events this weekend.”
    • Find concerts in Los Angeles.”
    •  “What are Ariana Grande’s upcoming tour dates?
  • From there, you’ll hear details about the event, and be able to confirm how many tickets you want.
  • After that, you can finalize your purchase by linking your Ticketmaster account to Alexa.

And just like that, your tickets will be available in your Ticketmaster account. It’s a whole new way to discover live events and buy tickets – and it’s never been easier.

Discovering and buying tickets with Ticketmaster on Alexa-enabled devices is currently available in the US, but will expand to more countries in the near future.

Try Ticketmaster and Alexa today to make it to an upcoming event near you.

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