All Press Releases for October 11, 2006

The New Way to Buy MLB Playoff and World Series Tickets On-line. finds sports fans cheaper tickets by allowing them to easily compare prices from their favorite sports ticketing sites before commiting to any one seller - Beta release just in time for baseball playoff ticket sales and world series ticket sales.

    /24-7PressRelease/ - NEW YORK, NY, October 11, 2006 - was released in beta today, opening its doors for the first time to sports fans that want to buy tickets on the internet, but don't want to overpay or get caught up in a scam. The site lists real-time ticket offers from thousands of sellers on one single page, allowing users to quickly find the best price on tickets in the area of the stadium they want to sit in most. The listings include ticket offers from literally thousands of sellers and transactions are conducted by companies that have the highest standards in the industry for ethical business practices.

"We wanted to create a web site that empowers fans to be smarter, safer shoppers when buying sports tickets on-line," said founder and CEO Larry Kokoszka. "With, we have found that users will be able to find the cheapest tickets available on the web in under a minute - that beats the heck out of the old model, which was to spend hours or days searching for a good deal, then forking over a lot of cash without really knowing if you are paying too much."

Ticket listings on include the list price and all service fees that are applied to your order by merchant websites. The result - consumers can accurately compare the final price they will have to pay for tickets. "We have found that consumers don't like to start an on-line order for tickets at a set price, then have extra fees tacked on right before they pay," Kokoszka explained. "We are trying to make the process of buying tickets on-line as transparent and easy as possible."

The ease of the process is facilitated by a real time web search. Instead of searching through pages of web sites on a traditional search engine, SeatSmart users just need one click to see all ticket offerings on one page. "Interestingly enough, people who have used search engines to buy tickets in the past try our site and are a bit skeptical because the process is so quick," said Kokoszka. "Unfortunately, people are used to dealing with the fact that they have to visit several sites to comparison shop. We really have to work hard to convince them that the web site has already done the leg work. People who realize what is going on behind the scenes call us the Expedia of sports tickets. We just know SeatSmart users pay less for better seats. We're hoping to save Mets, Cardinals, Tigers and Athletics fans thousands this month."

While the initial work on SeatSmart started in 2005, the company was officially established in the summer of 2006 and has headquarters in New York City. SeatSmart's mission is to empower sports fans to make smart, safe decisions when buying tickets on-line to help improve their game-day experience. SeatSmart provides ticket listings for professional sporting events including MLB, NFL, NBA and NHL and has positioned itself as the home of fan empowerment in the sports ticket arena. Fans can buy tickets for sold out events or any game on their home team's schedule at

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