Video-on-demand services are aplenty. Yet, the American retailing company Target is gearing up to launch its Target Ticket Video-On-Demand service. Target has been testing the application since quite some time; and is now ‘almost’ ready for the public launch.
The retailing giant wants to take on services such as iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, and Walmart’s Vudu services. As per reports, Target Ticket will flaunt a massive catalog comprising latest releases, classic flicks and TV series, in the order of 15,000 titles. According to TechCrunch, Target will keep the pricing competitive, with new movie purchases at $14.99, and rentals falling between $3.99 and $4.99.
Target has already tested the android and iOS apps for Target Ticket. The Company might also extend the Video-On-Demand service to set-top boxes and gaming devices. With an UltraViolet-compatible digital storefront, Target is going the right way. Such compatibility ensures that all your purchases are reflected across all UV-enabled devices and apps.
Target shoppers, aka, REDcard holders, will benefit from additional discount on purchases from Target Ticket.