SeatGeek ( is a ticket search engine for buying tickets to sports, music, and shows. You can also browse by city to find out what events are coming up in that area.


Similar sites to SeatGeek include StubHub, Vivid Seats, Ticketmaster, AXS, Live Nation, Songkick, Tickets-Center, and TicketNetwork.


As of July 2023, the site has an estimated 20.5 million monthly views, according to Similar Web. The Wayback Machine estimates that was founded on July 28, 2009. The Internet Archive has saved the domain 15,314 times between July 28, 2009 and August 22, 2023.

Is Safe?

Here, I analyzed for malware and malicious content to check if it was legit or a scam:

I checked on Sucuri, and it returned with no issues. Results: Sucuri scan for Sucuri results

Security hardening flaws:

  • Missing security header to prevent Content Type sniffing. Affected pages:
  • The ‘unsafe-eval’ keyword in Content-Security-Policy is not recommended. Affected pages:

I then ran a parasite scan with Unmask Parasites on, and it is clean. Results: Unmask Parasites scan for

I also checked on VirusTotal, and it is clean. Results: VirusTotal scan for VirusTotal results

Further, passed all blocklist engines on URLVoid. Results: URLVoid scan for

In conclusion, Sucuri says doesn’t have malware. Unmask Parasites says is clean of parasites. VirusTotal and Sucuri say isn’t malicious or blacklisted. OVERALL GRADE: Safe.

Links and Profiles



1. SimilarWeb –

2. Wayback Machine –