The secondary ticket market is made up exclusively of tickets hoping to be resold after their original purchase from a venue’s box office, which is also known as the primary ticket market. Aside from being the primary ticketing platform for a number of leagues and venues, SeatGeek is a marketplace that people can use to sell their tickets on the secondary market.
In order to sell tickets on SeatGeek, you will need to provide a valid credit card and your bank account details. In some cases, we may ask you for additional information but only if absolutely necessary to securely verify your identity.
Definitely! The tickets on SeatGeek are sold by licensed sellers, other SeatGeek customers, and sometimes the team’s box office.
You can upload e-ticket PDFs and screenshots of QR codes for mobile tickets on seatgeek.com and in the iOS or Android app. You can also upload NFL barcodes. Click on the My Tickets button and you’ll see an Add Tickets button at the top of the page.
Promo codes, or “SeatGeek Credit,” can be entered at checkout or in the Promo Codes tab of your account settings. You have to be signed in to your SeatGeek account to use a promo code, but it’s easy and free to register. Plus, it makes future purchases straightforward.