Apple is set to launch its first-ever digital ticketing service for its games this weekend.
The new service, called Ticketmaster, will be available in 24 states and Washington D.C. The first ticketing partners will be announced later this week.
The company has not yet confirmed whether it will offer discounted ticket prices to fans who buy their tickets online.
The new Ticketmaster service will allow customers to pay for their games directly on their Apple Watch, the company’s smartwatch that will track and record the location of their Apple device.
This will allow Apple to offer a cheaper ticket price to its users.
The price difference will be based on the number of tickets available on the first day of the game.
This way, fans who are already in their Apple Apple Watch and have purchased tickets online will have access to a better price.
The service is expected to launch in the first quarter of 2018.
Apple has been slowly introducing new digital ticket offerings for its NFL games.
The company launched Ticketmaster last year, which lets fans buy tickets to the next game through the Apple Watch.
Ticketmaster’s first offering, which launched in 2018, was limited to Apple Watch only.
The iPhone-only offering, Ticketmaster Plus, was also limited to only the Apple device and limited to the first two games of the season.
This year, Apple will launch the third-tier Ticketmaster app that lets fans purchase tickets through a third-party app for $7.99 per game.
The app will be able to track the location and availability of all participating NFL teams’ stadiums.
The Ticketmaster and Ticketmaster Premium apps will allow fans to purchase tickets to their favorite NFL games through a number of channels.
The app will allow users to buy tickets through the iTunes App Store, Apple TV, Roku, Xbox Live, Google Play, Amazon Prime, and Netflix.
The first major NFL app to launch is the NFL Ticket App, which will be accessible via Apple TV.
It will allow you to purchase ticket bundles and passholder access for your favorite teams, such as the Denver Broncos, Philadelphia Eagles, New Orleans Saints, and Atlanta Falcons.
The NFL Ticket app is also expected to feature in-seat streaming, with NFL games airing live on NFL Network.
Apple is expected at some point to offer an Apple TV app for more casual fans to stream their favorite games, as well.
Apple also plans to add a new app to its iOS platform that will let fans buy ticket bundles for the games they like most.
Apple has been experimenting with such a service in the past, but has yet to make a public announcement.
The team behind Ticketmaster will also be launching an Apple Watch app, which is expected soon.
The Apple Watch App will allow ticket holders to purchase seats for their favorite team and team fans, such a the New York Jets or Los Angeles Rams.
The team will be selling the tickets through its website.
The price difference between Apple Watch buyers and iPhone buyers will be similar to that between Apple and Apple Watch users.
This article originally appeared on the Apple Insider blog.