A new US startup promises to tell users when they can get the best deal on music and sports tickets on the secondary ticketing market. SeatGeek has technology tracing price movements of tickets on hundreds of websites, and then analyses its historical data to predict for users when the price of a new event will be at its lowest, sending them an alert. The site is free to use, but aims to make its money from affiliate sales. It” a sign of the emerging ecosystem around secondary ticketing sites, making different use of the same data trawled by, for example, Tixdaq.

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