CrowdSeats is a great way to get extremely discounted sports tickets. Their daily deals are strictly sports tickets only. However, they do have a couple of sister companies that sell other types of tickets like concerts and theaters. If you are looking to go to more sporting events and pay pennies on the dollar, check out CrowdSeats.
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- Discounted tickets
- Listing tickets in near future
We feel that by using CrowdSeats to buy your sports tickets would be a great way to take yourself, and any friends or family, without paying out the nose. Tickets are discounted between 40% to 60% through this modality. Since this is a bidding website, you have control over how much you would like to spend on tickets.
Although they do not offer listing options at this time, we were happy to hear that they are currently working on making it possible to list tickets at a set price that consumers can just purchase at that price, as well as continuing to offer a bidding option on tickets.
- Very basic
- Daily deal limitations
- Lacking guarantees
The personal account you set up with this company is pretty basic. It just lists all purchasing details as well as event details. You will not receive any alerts for deals.
We were a bit disappointed to find out that their daily deals don't include any type of concert or theater tickets; just sporting events.
We understand that it can be difficult to give exchanges and refunds on a ticketing website such as this, but having some kind of guarantee or policy in place would be nice for consumers.
Crowd Seats had not kept their Facebook account updated and current with new content which raises questions about scalability. It appears that a couple years ago they would advertise special deals on their Facebook account but recently their social media activity has died off.