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This article was published on October 8, 2014


    Jukely lets you attend unlimited concerts in NYC for $25 a month

    Jukely lets you attend unlimited concerts in NYC for $25 a month
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    Like listening to live music and are located in the New York City area? You could be in for a good deal. After securing $2.4 million in seed funding, Jukely, a social platform for recommending and finding concerts, announced it’s piloting a $25 unlimited concert program in NYC.

    Basically, subscribers receive notifications about local concerts and are then able to RSVP online for the ones they want to attend. You can go to as many concerts as you want, as long as there are spots available.

    From the looks of it, it’s a pretty sweet bargain for dedicated NYC concertgoers. The monthly subscription is less than the entry for some concerts I’ve been to, although how much of a deal it is depends on the venues involved. Jukely is currently partnering with 17 locations in the area (although it has yet to specify which these are), with more to be added soon.

    NYC has an active music scene, and it would be interesting to see the program expand. It’s currently invite-only, but you can sign up to request an invitation here.

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