We’ll probably see several announcements like this over the next few days as theater owners converge on Las Vegas for their annual confab. The nation’s largest exhibition chain says it will stick with Comcast-owned Fandango to 2018 as execs touted its ability to offer print-at-home ticketing, paperless Mobile Ticket service, and reserved seating. “Our partnership with Fandango has led to breakthroughs in the areas of online and mobile, adding value to Regal’s guests with mobile ticketing and mobile barcode ticket scanning,” Regal CEO Amy Miles says. The companies disclosed no financial terms.
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