Looking for Bulls tickets? Want to save a ton of money? Problem solved because now you can find all you can want from the Bulls in one spot. FanSided has partnered with the leading ticket engine on the web today. You can now find a link in the ‘Schedule’ section of Pippen Ain’t Easy which will take fans to SeatGeek where they can find the very best deals on Bulls tickets, or any other tickets they need. “FanSided is thrilled to to be working with SeatGeek” said FanSided co-founder Zach Best. “This partnership not only aligns two up-and-coming companies, but also gives FanSided readers yet another reason to visit and keep visiting our large family of sites.”This partnership not only aligns two up-and-coming companies, but also gives readers another reason to visit.”
For those of you unfamiliar with SeatGeek, here is a snippet from the press release announcing the partnership:
SeatGeek (http://seatgeek.com) is the leading ticket search engine that enables fans to quickly and easily discover the best deals for sports, concert, and theater events. The company’s Deal Score™ and forecasting technology provides fans with the buying intelligence needed to find the best prices from trusted secondary ticket markets and alerts them of the ideal time to purchase. SeatGeek powers ticket search, discovery, and listings for major media partners including Yahoo! Sports, The Wall Street Journal, YardBarker, and more.
SeatGeek also utilizes a groundbreaking new technology called Deal Score™ which uses a scale of 100-0 which determines just how much of a bargain the tickets you want really are. SeatGeek aren’t in business for themselves, they’re in business for you, the fan, and Deal Score™ only confirms this. Basically what SeatGeek does, is it shows you the best deal on tickets, then takes you to that site. So if StubHub has lower level Bulls tickets for $55, SeatGeek shows you that via the Deal Score™ seating chart. It’s just really cool.
Haven’t heard of SeatGeek? Are you questioning its legitimacy because you haven’t heard of it? Never fear SeatGeek is 100% clean and has even been featured in well respected publications such as The Wall Street Journal, Time Magazine, USA Today, ESPN, The New York Times, and many more. SeatGeek was something I hadn’t heard of before, but now (not to sound cheesy or clichéd) I am literally going to use it every time I need tickets. It’s easy to use and it absolutely revolutionary. Try it, I promise you that you won’t ever search for tickets online without it again.