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  • Snapchat is now selling movie tickets
  • Snapchat is now selling movie tickets
    Fox Movies (2016) ©

Snapchat is now selling movie tickets

Three in ten US Gen Yers use Snapchat regularly, and they can now buy tickets to the latest X-Men movie through the platform – taking a Magneto-style selfie while they’re at it. By replacing websites and box office queues with a few taps on a screen, can Snapchat keep valuable users within its app?



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