SeatGeek is a ticket search engine. The site aggregates ticket listings for live sports, concert, and theater events and presents them to consumers within an elegant and powerful user interface that makes finding the best value on events tickets painless and easy. SeatGeek focuses on data. Its data engine is geared towards helping consumers identify the best ticket deals. The site has a feature called Deal Score that assigns a 0-100 metric to all listed tickets in order to ascertain the relative value of tickets for a given event or set of similar events. SeatGeek also offers consumers a robust event discovery tool through its Columbus event calendar and Spotify applications, which take into account user preferences and favorited teams and artists in order to generate accurate recommendations of upcoming local events that match a user's tastes and preferences.
Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
New York, US
Founded
2009
Size (employees)
157 (est)+5%
SeatGeek was founded in 2009 and is headquartered in New York, US

Key People at SeatGeek

Eric Waller

Eric Waller

CTO
Jack Groetzinger

Jack Groetzinger

Founder
Matthew Clunan

Matthew Clunan

Marketing Analyst
Nihar Singhal

Nihar Singhal

EVP Business Development & Strategy
Jamie Hooker

Jamie Hooker

Director of Talent
Angela Bunt

Angela Bunt

Blog Editor
Russell D'Souza

Russell D'Souza

Co - Founder

SeatGeek Office Locations

SeatGeek has an office in New York
New York, US (HQ)
400 Lafayette St

SeatGeek Data and Metrics

Summary Metrics

SeatGeek's latest funding round in April 2017 was reported to be $57 m. In total, SeatGeek has raised $195 m

SeatGeek Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

Acquired CompanyDateDeal Size
FanSnapDecember 19, 2013

Traffic Overview of SeatGeek

SeatGeek Online and Social Media Presence

SeatGeek News and Updates

Watch out, Ticketmaster: SeatGeek spends $56 million on TopTix

SeatGeek is serious about defeating Ticketmaster.  The ticketing platform just spent $56 million on the ticketing tech company TopTix. SeatGeek paid for that acquisition by raising $57 million in its own Series D funding round. Before this round, SeatGeek had already raised over $100 million in …

SeatGeek raises $57 million, acquires Israeli ticketing software company TopTix for $56 million

SeatGeek has acquired Israeli ticketing software company TopTix in a $56 million deal. The deal, representing only SeatGeek’s second acquisition after it bought rival FanSnap back in 2013, was funded by a fresh $57 million series D round led by Glynn Capital, with participation from Accel, Causeway …

SeatGeek’s new Pano feature gives ticketbuyers a 360-degree view of the stadium

 SeatGeek is launching a new way to give ticketbuyers a better sense of exactly what they’ll see from a given seat. The new feature, called Pano, offers a 360-degree view of the empty venue — you can look around in all directions, Street View-style, and you can also jump to different parts of the st…

SeatGeek moves beyond resale tickets with new ‘Open’ platform

 Sports teams and live event venues will soon be able to sell their tickets directly through SeatGeek. The company has focused on resale tickets until now — first by aggregating resale options from other sites, then by launching a marketplace where ticketbuyers can sell or transfer their tickets dir…

SeatGeek takes on Ticketmaster with primary ticketing platform that can be integrated into any app

SeatGeek is the latest ticketing company to spread its proverbial wings with the launch of a new primary ticketing platform for rights-holders. Founded in 2009, SeatGeek has hitherto served as a marketplace and aggregator for tickets sold elsewhere, and it recently opened up to let anyone resell the…

SeatGeek will calculate how much that ticket is worth

 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 offers plenty of ways for you to unload the tickets… but how much should you charge? Ticketing startup SeatGeek has launched a new way to help yo…

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