Ticket search engine/aggregator SeatGeek has signed an agreement with LivingSocial, one of Groupon’s main competitors.
SeatGeek ticket results will now appear on LivingSocial’s website and mobile applications. This is the first time that SeatGeek’s search technology will appear on an outside website.
SeatGeek says they’ve “become a top destination” for ticket searches, but haven’t given stats to back that up. They also say they list 150,000 events and 12,000,000 tickets at a time.
Last month SeatGeek raised $35 million in Series B funding.
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