Launches Web-Based TicketPortfolio

Share Article

First-of-its-Kind Service Helps MLB Season Ticket Holders Price, Sell And Manage Their Ticket Investment

News Image, a free search and price forecasting service for sports and concert tickets in the resale market, today announced the launch of TicketPortfolioTM, a unique new offering that provides season ticket holders the tools and market intelligence needed to better price, sell and manage their ticket investment.

Launched in time for MLB Opening Day, the subscription-based service provides coverage across the entire 2010 MLB season and playoffs, with other major sports to soon follow. Leveraging SeatGeek’s extensive database of historical transaction data, market-based pricing capabilities and forecasting technology, TicketPortfolio provides ticket holders with a real-time snapshot of their portfolio and tracks the fluctuating value throughout the entire season. With an intuitive Web-based interface, users can easily manage and plan how they would like to use their tickets. Selling recommendations, powered by SeatGeek’s patent-pending forecasting algorithm, are available on a game-by-game basis and are accompanied with direct links to the top secondary markets, including StubHub, RazorGator and TicketsNow®.

"TicketPortfolio was developed with the needs of the season ticket holder in mind,” said Jack Groetzinger, co-founder of SeatGeek. “After extensive research and discussions with this crucial part of the fan base, we developed a tool to help maximize the value of their investment, while removing the stress associated with selling unused tickets.”

A free trial of SeatGeek TicketPortfolio is available at:

About SeatGeek
SeatGeek Inc. is the first and only free search and forecasting service for sports and concert tickets on the resale ticket market. The company helps users find the best time to buy and sell tickets based on their patent-pending technology, which analyzes over a dozen different data variables with a better than 80% accuracy rate to determine price fluctuations on the resale ticket market. Founded in 2009, SeatGeek is a privately funded company headquartered in New York City. For more information, visit

For Additional Information:
Mike Schroeder or Ben Kessler
Phone: 212–564-3665
Email: seatgeek(at)launchsquad(dot)com


Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Mike Schroeder
(212) 564-3665
Email >
Visit website