SeatGeek is proud to announce its New York-exclusive content blog, “The Ticket Geek,” available online only at the New York Daily News.  SeatGeek’s proprietary data-set helps our readers understand ticketing trends relevant to their interest in New York-area events.

  • Sports fan?  We’ll tell you how the latest trends, win streaks, injuries and trades are affecting ticket prices for all of the New York area’s major sports teams.
  • Wondering what concerts you should see in NYC this summer?  SeatGeek breaks down the top events and tells you when are where you can get the best ticket deals.
  • Broadway aficionado?  SeatGeek can tell you which shows are sizzling, and which ones are fizzling.  From hit new musicals like the Tony-nominated Book of Mormon to fan-favorites like the Phantom of the Opera, SeatGeek’s analysis keeps the pulse on how fans are feeling about every show.

Fluctuations in the secondary ticket market are an excellent measure of fan sentiment – for example, fans’ willingness to pay to attend a home baseball game changes over the course of a season in response to the team’s performance, changes in the lineup, and interest in seeing certain match-ups with classic rivals.  SeatGeek’s unique data collection and analysis show that ticket prices rise and fall in correlation with these trends.

SeatGeek is very excited to work with the New York Daily News, which has one of the top daily circulations in the country and is well-known for its in-depth local sports reporting and avid sports fan base.  They have helped set the standard for print media’s online presence, providing especially comprehensive and high-quality sports commentary in popular blogs like “Blogging the Bombers,” “Surfing the Mets” and “Knicks Knation.”