Are You Using ScoutMob to Get Cheap Tickets?

We’ve already covered Groupon, Living Social, and other web-based services that help you land discount cheap tickets, but do you know about ScoutMob, one of the latest and greatest mobile devices for saving money?

ScoutMob is different from the previous two discount ticket sellers because the company only works with local businesses. Also, Groupon and Living Social both require users to purchase vouchers that are later redeemed, whereas ScoutMob doesn’t require users to make up-front purchases.

What kind of deals does ScoutMob offer? The app covers all terrains, including restaurants, bars, food trucks, boutiques, coffee shops, events, and much more. Every city has it’s own unique offerings.

Currently, ScoutMob is available in the following cities: Atlanta, Austin, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Los Angeles, Nashville, New York, Portland, San Francisco, Seattle, and Washington, D.C.

Most ScoutMob deals offer serious discounts. Don’t expect to find any paltry “20% off appetizers” offer when using ScoutMob. Though it’s not a firm rule, most deals offer users at least 50% off the final bill (up to a certain amount). You might end up saving $10, $15, or even $20 at your favorite restaurant simply by flashing your smartphone.

The analysts at Discount Cheap Tickets expect to see the digital coupon movement shifting in this direction in the coming years. Rather than getting customers to pay money up front, may businesses will take on the ScoutMob model, which allows consumers to save only when they have decided to buy. With the ScoutMob model, there’s no pressure, and everyone wins!

Before you buy your next pair of tickets, download the ScoutMob app, and check to see if discount or cheap tickets might be available. All it takes to save is a smartphone and quick download. If you don’t have a smartphone, you can sign up for ScoutMob emails, which will send deals to your inbox at the frequency of your choice!

Have you used ScoutMob before? Share your experiences with other readers of in the comments section below this post.

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