SeatKarma is the latest secondary ticketing search engine, but at least it has a schtick. The site pulls in data from 200 or so secondary ticketing brokers, and then matches them to maps of around 1,600 venues – so people buying tickets can tell where they’ll be sitting, and thus judge if the inflated price is worth it. 140 venues even have 3D views from seats, although they’re mostly sports venues rather than music. The site was created for $30,000 by a couple of MBA Graduate Students from Texas, who plan to make money through affiliate commissions.

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