Is SeatGeek Legit?

I’ve seen the question asked again and again. Is SeatGeek legit? And I honestly don’t understand why people are asking. The short answer is yes. SeatGeek is legit. If you need event tickets (any event), the first place you should look is SeatGeek.

The Long Answer to Why SeatGeek Is Legit

SeatGeek, headquartered in New York City, was created by Jack Groetzinger and Russell D’Souza in 2009. Since then, SeatGeek has become a major player in the sports and entertainment world. They’ve partnered with high-profile sports brands, leagues and companies and they’ve become the primary ticket distributor for several major sports teams and entertainment companies.

I could describe all their major business deals in the past years, but that would take too much time so click here to find out how SeatGeek has expanded in the last decade.

My Own Experience With SeatGeek

In the past four or five years, I’ve been to about 20 Portland Trail Blazer games, including a couple playoff games each year. My seats are typically lower level seats and they aren’t cheap.

I have no reservations (no pun intended) purchasing my tickets via the SeatGeek app or the SeatGeek website. Every purchase I’ve made has been slick, easy and trouble-free. Not one problem.

However, if, for some weird reason there is some sort of problem, SeatGeek has a money-back guarantee. Your risk is limited . . . in fact, there’s no risk. If there’s a problem SeatGeek will make it right. You’ll probably even get better tickets than you started with.

SeatGeek Money Back Guarantee

Why Do People Ask If SeatGeek Is Legit?

If you walked into a Peet’s Coffee shop or a Bed, Bath and Beyond store (or any other major department store or national chain), you would never ask the question: is this company legit?

You would know, based on the company’s reputation, that they are indeed legit. You would know that because you’re in a coffee shop, you’re going to get a good cup of coffee and that you aren’t going to get scammed or ripped off.

Maybe people worry that SeatGeek is a scam because they’ve never purchased event tickets on the secondary market before. “I’ve always used Ticketmaster and that’s the only way I’m going to do it!”

If this sounds like you, my recommendation would be to have an open mind and give SeatGeek a try. You have buyer protection, and you’ll be using a proven, established company to complete your transaction.

Save $20 On Tickets With SeatGeek & My Promo Code – TRUEBLAZERFAN

When you use SeatGeek, you just might find the best deal on event tickets you’ve ever found. Check out this article to discover my strategies for getting tickets on the cheap using SeatGeek.

Not only can you get a great deal using my strategies, but you can utilize my promo code and get an additional $20 off your first ticket purchase. Most any event is eligible for the $20 discount when using my referral code. Get the SeatGeek app (or visit their website), choose your event, input my promo code and save an additional $20.

SeatGeek Review

If you’d rather watch a video than read an article, here’s one for you. In this video I give a brief review of SeatGeek, as well as my own experience using them.