SeatGeek has linked up with Google to give users the ability to add their tickets directly into Google Pay.
Through the deal, when a user purchases a ticket on SeatGeek they will have the opportunity to add their ticket directly into their Google Pay app, allowing them to store the ticket there alongside their credit cards and boarding passes.
Dallas Gutauckis, director of mobile engineering at SeatGeek said: “SeatGeek has always championed an open ecosystem for live events, and by working with Google we are able to give fans yet another way to save and use their tickets.”
SeatGeek claims to be one of the first ticketing partners to work with Google, and the first to allow users to add all of their tickets into Google Pay with a single tap. Users will no longer need to go ticket by ticket to add each one to their Google Pay app.
SeatGeek also gives users the ability to add tickets to their Apple Wallet.
Ankit Prasad, product manager for Google Pay, said: “We’re thrilled about the SeatGeek integration. Now, it’ll be easier for people to store and use tickets for tons of events in the Google Pay app. They’ll have access to everything they need, right on their phones.”