TiqIQ (formerly TiqIQ) was founded in 2009 with the singular mission to make buying event tickets more transparent, efficient, and simpler. We deliver on that mission each day by providing ticket buyers with real-time information on the latest price trends, and access to the best deals from all sellers -- for any event.

In these last five years, we've grown to become the largest aggregator of event tickets online, reaching millions of consumers every month through TiqIQ.com, as well as our network of nearly 1,200 publishers of the best sports and music blogs on the Internet. Whether on TiqIQ.com, a partner site, Facebook or Twitter, our platform connects seamlessly with fans interested in seeing their favorite teams, artists, and shows.

HQNew York, US
Size (employees)11 (est)-8%
TicketIQ was founded in 2009 and is headquartered in New York, US
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TicketIQ Office Locations

TicketIQ has an office in New York
New York, US (HQ)
140 W 36th St
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TicketIQ Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date


TicketIQ total Funding

$3.4 m

TicketIQ latest funding size

$1.70 m

Time since last funding

5 years ago

TicketIQ investors

TicketIQ's latest funding round in February 2014 was reported to be $1.7 m. In total, TicketIQ has raised $3.4 m
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TicketIQ Operating Metrics

TicketIQ's Monthly Unique Users was reported to be 5 m in Feb, 2014. TicketIQ's Enterprise Customers was reported to be 50 in Aug, 2016.
Feb, 2014Aug, 2016

Enterprise Customers



600 k

Monthly Ticket Buyers

1 m

Monthly Unique Users

5 m
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TicketIQ Blogs

2018 LCS Tickets: Red Sox Have Highest ALCS Prices This Decade

When the Red Sox beat the Yankees in four games on Tuesday night, the victory cemented Major League Baseball's most expensive American League Championship Series ticket this decade - only the 2015 Mets and 2015 and 16 Cubs NLCS tickets were higher.

2018 MLB Division Series Tickets: Yankees And Red Sox Are Most Expensive On Secondary Market

After a 162-game—or in this year’s case, 163-game—marathon season, the Major League Baseball playoffs are finally here. Even if you haven’t followed the action incredibly closely this year, there are plenty of story lines to latch onto. Can the young Yankees team return to their home run…

Secondary Market Prices For Red Sox ALDS Tickets Are 22% Higher Than Last Year

The Boston Red Sox head into the 2018 MLB playoffs with the best record in baseball after winning 108 games during the regular season. The Red Sox will try to use home field advantage at Fenway Park to win their first postseason series since 2013. The Red Sox will face their arch-rival  …

Prices For LA Clippers Tickets Are Down 29% On The Secondary Market

Los Angeles Clippers 2018-19 Ticket Market Overview: After failing to make the playoffs, DeAndre Jordan leaving for Dallas, and the Los Angeles Lakers signing LeBron James, it was a rough summer for the Los Angeles Clippers. Put those pieces together and it's not too surprising to see C…

Secondary Market Prices For Nets Tickets Are Up 16% For 2018-19 Season

Brooklyn Nets 2018-19 Ticket Market Overview: A busy offseason has left Brooklyn Nets fans hoping this year is THE year. The Nets have been rebuilding for some time now, but after being able to replace two big names that didn't pan out with young talent, fans are driving demand up. The …

Houston Rockets Tickets Are Up 24% On The Secondary Market For The 2018-19 Season

Houston Rockets 2018-19 Ticket Market Overview: Winning the Western Conference regular season and advancing to the conference finals was enough to get Houston Rockets fans excited again. The Rockets have made the playoffs for the last six consecutive seasons and have advanced to the con…
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