Seat Geek: Never use Ticketmaster or Craigslist again

Summary:It's easy to jump on a professional sports team's website to buy tickets to an upcoming game, but it's also a waste of money. Craigslist is your next option, and it's usually hard to browse or perfect your search queries to find the best deals.

It's easy to jump on a professional sports team's website to buy tickets to an upcoming game, but it's also a waste of money. Craigslist is your next option, and it's usually hard to browse or perfect your search queries to find the best deals.

Seat Geek fixes all that.

The idea is simple: aggregate all of the tickets for events and visualize their value on the stadium's seating chart.

It gives you a percentage off face-value, which is very useful.

You can set your price range, and sort by section. Seat Geek gives you a forecast on whether or not it's a good time to buy.

The interface is clean and easy.

Check out Seat Geek next time you want good seats.

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Andrew Mager is a hacker advocate at Spotify in New York City. Before moving to NY, Andrew worked at SimpleGeo & Ning in San Francisco. Previously, he was an associate technical producer at CBS Interactive. Andrew studied print & electronic journalism at Virginia Tech, where he created a student-run online news publication called Planet B... Full Bio

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