The stock of Groupon Inc (NASDAQ:GRPN) closed at $4.37 losing 0.91% in yesterday’s trading session. The partnership that was struck between Groupon Inc and the Universal Orlando Resort is targeted at the sale of multi-day ticket packages for the three theme parks. These are Universal’s Volcano Bay, Universal’s Islands of Adventure and Universal Studios Florida. Groupon’ app will most probably be the one to give all the three packages.
A person well conversant with the latest developments has moved ahead to outline that it will be the Groupon app that will be helping the various users explore as well as book tickets at a very affordable rate.
Reports coming up indicate that the app might soon start delivering online saving services of about $20 but that will be the gate price. And the other rather attractive attribute will be the fact that the tickets might be moving for as s low as $45 per day plus tax.
The vice president and general manager of Groupon Brian Fields while moving out of a business conference recently spoke to a number of news reporters terming the Universal Orlando one of the topmost entertainment destinations in the whole of the United States.
At the core of the company’s plan as per now is to do all within its means to ensure that it succeeds on its quest to start offering more convenience in terms of making purchases for the three theme parks. And of course everything will be happening on the company’s platform.
An official working with the company has moved ahead to outline that the deals they are striking are helping them a huge deal in terms of the overall enhancement of the product features. It is about giving a major boost to the functionality as well as taking the user experience a notch higher.
In the recent years the company has been seen making a lot of efforts to try and penetrate the e-commerce market. Over the years, Groupon has remained dedicated to serving its user base with exciting experiences and that they are also able to avoid the long queues.