When the cash app gets cheaper: It could be as easy as dropping $1,000 on a digital ticket to an Ar Zone concert

When the cash app gets cheaper: It could be as easy as dropping $1,000 on a digital ticket to an Ar Zone concert

Posted October 25, 2019 09:10:52When the cash apps get cheaper: The Ar Zone app, which lets people order tickets online and buy tickets at participating concerts, is now available for iPhone and Android.

The $1.99 monthly subscription is $15 a month, $5 more than Apple Pay and $2 more than Square Cash.

Apple Pay was launched last fall, but Ar Zone is available to Apple Pay users on iOS devices and Android devices.

Ar Zone is part of Arzone, a startup that aims to make the process of buying and selling physical goods and services as easy and painless as possible.

The Ar zone app is available for free download on the iPhone and on Android devices with a $1 in-app purchase.

Ar zone, which is owned by the Chicago-based company Arquitectonica, is the brainchild of co-founders Andrew Buell and Dan Kovalchuk, according to The Washington Post.

It’s not the first app to allow people to pay for tickets, but the Ar zone’s focus on convenience and efficiency is a change from the current cash-only experience.

Ar zone lets users pick up tickets and pay for them in minutes at participating events.

It was the only app on the market that was able to compete with Apple Pay.

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