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Watch Out For Startup SeatGeek: They Could Get Very Big

Secondary ticket vendor SeatGeek got more financing ($550,000 from its New York-focused investors) and I see them getting super-popular.

This New York-based startup does a fantastic job of aggregating concert and sports tickets from such after-market Web sites as:

  • StubHub
  • TicketsNow
  • eBay
  • TicketNetwork
  • RazorGator

You Can Easily See Which Tickets In Which Areas Are Cheapest

The reason I think they’ll do so well is that if customers are like me they have this feeling that they’re getting ripped off when they check out just StubHub for tickets — SeatGeek gives you a few other options so users should take comfort that they’re getting a much better price.

And some of you ask me for tips on new companies to work for; I notice that SeatGeek has 6 openings right now:

2 Comments

  • Anonymous

    Thanks for the kind words about our company. I am the Marketing Director at SeatGeek, so if you know any good people for the jobs listed above feel free to send them my way.

  • http://www.robdkelly.com Rob Kelly

    Will do, Chad. Best of luck with SeatGeek’s continued growth.