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Wolves and SeatGeek renew partnership

Premier League club Wolverhampton Wanderers has renewed its partnership with ticketing platform SeatGeek.

The renewal marks the seventh season that Wolves has utilised SeatGeek as its primary ticketing partner.

SeatGeek works with Wolves across a number of aspects at the club including ticketing, memberships, soccer schools, hospitality and stadium tours.

Wolves are not the only partner in the Premier League for SeatGeek, with the New York-headquartered firm also counting the likes of Liverpool, Manchester City, Aston Villa, Leicester City, Brighton and Newcastle among its clients.

Leeds United also recently announced a partnership with SeatGeek.

James Davies, head of ticketing for Wolves, said: “Throughout the past six seasons, our partnership with SeatGeek has allowed us to transform the way our supporters view ticketing.

“While we pride ourselves on being deeply rooted in history, we also believe in the future of technology. SeatGeek has given us the tools needed to create an easy and frictionless purchase experience for our supporters, and we look forward to building on that further with their platform next season.”

Peter Joyce, managing director of EMEA at SeatGeek, added: “We like to consider ourselves part of the pack and hugely value our close partnership with the Wolves team. Technology evolves at such a rapid pace and we’ve always worked in close partnership with Wolves to collaborate on enhancements and updates to our platform.

“We share a common goal to provide an outstanding customer journey for fans by simplifying ticket sales, adding new features, and introducing more self-serve capabilities, whilst ensuring club staff have the tools they need to drive efficiency with automated processes.”

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