A live event’s better because of the people by your side. You see the same things. You feel the same feels. You walk out changed for the better. And that’s why SeatGeek makes it easy to score sweet deals on tickets to more events than we can count.
July 2016—Announcing our new partnership with Major League Soccer
Major League Soccer is making it easier for fans to buy tickets. Together with SeatGeek, MLS is creating an open ticketing network that will let third-party… · More websites sell tickets to soccer games. For example, AirBnb could sell Seattle Sounders tickets alongside apartment listings in the Pacific Northwest, or New York City Football Club's fan group could make tickets available on its site.
Have you ever bought sweet tickets for a ballgame, a concert or some other live event, only to find out that you couldn't make it? The internet certainly… · More offers plenty of ways for you to unload the tickets... but how much should you charge?
July 2016—Jack's thoughts on an open ticketing ecosystem
Last month, former Ticketmaster CEO Nathan Hubbard a piece on "why you can't get a ticket to the NBA Finals." It's a good article and… · More Nathan does a great job diagnosing problems with the status quo - including how arbitrageurs use bots to buy tickets before real fans get the chance.
November 2015—Announcing the launch of SeatGeek Marketplace
SeatGeek is already a solid way to score tickets for live events, but now you can use it to sell those tickets, too. In a sense, the tickets on SeatGeek are… · More being resold already, but the model relied on aggregating tickets that were put up for sale on other sites.