Today TiqIQ is launching SellerDirect, a new “more civilized” way to sell tickets to same-day games, events, and concerts. It’s like Craigslist but with identity verification and details like the view from your seat.
Recently launched Redbox Instant isn’t the only thing Redbox is doing to expand its business beyond physical DVD and game rentals.
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Payments platform PayByGroup adds a fixed-price feature to simplify group ticket buying.
We’ve likely all wondered whether police officers have quotas for how many traffic tickets they issue. Big data to the rescue.
As the world’s biggest ticket search engine, New York based SeatGeek has built the mother lode of data about live events, everything from sports to concerts. Today it’s announcing the launch of a SeatGeek developer platform that will allow anyone to tap into that information and, more importantly, collect affiliate fees for any ticket sales that happen through their website or app.
The commemorative ticket stub that many cherish as a reminder of when they rocked out to Van Halen in concert may soon be relic if Event Farm has any say in the matter.
Two New York startups are vying for the title of top ticket aggregator. SeatGeek is better known, but TiqIQ announced a $1.7 million series A Thursday, giving it almost as much funding as its high-profile rival.
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Startup SeatGeek will be partnering with Yahoo Sports websites to help boost usage of its ticket aggregation service, reports All Things D.