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Saints Extend Ticketing Partnership

Saints Extend Ticketing Partnership

National Football League franchise, the New Orleans Saints, have announced a partnership extension with SeatGeek, allowing fans to buy tickets at the best possible prices.

The deal will see SeatGeek and the Saints allow fans to buy and manage their tickets, as well as scan them to get inside the stadium.

Additionally, SeatGeek will allow fans to purchase tickets up until the final blow of the whistle, while also providing access to in-app features including Rally, the event-day feature that allows fans to personalise their experience.

Commenting on the partnership, Saints SVP of sales, Michael Stanfield, said: “Five years ago, we realized we needed a primary ticketing partner who could grow with us and our Saints community, and signed on as the first NFL team to partner with SeatGeek.”

“We knew from the beginning that their innovative approach to ticketing would provide our passionate fan base with the best-in-class experience they expect and our staff with the most advanced backend technology needed to elevate our ticketing operations.

“Over the years, the team at SeatGeek has shown us that they’re committed to enriching every aspect of the fan journey, and we look forward to a successful future ahead,” he said.

SeatGeek president of enterprise business, Danielle du Toit, added: “The Saints have been a tremendous partner of ours throughout the years as we’ve both been keenly focused on creating the ultimate game day experience for fans.”

“An ideal SeatGeek partner matches our ambition to elevate the customer journey through a forward-thinking mentality and our drive to deliver excellence across the ticketing experience through innovative box office technology and that’s the Saints,” she said.

The partnership extension keeps the Saints in SeatGeek’s global partnership portfolio that includes Leeds Unites, Watford FC, the Florida Panthers, NBA, NHL, MLS and Premier League.

The announcement comes after SeatGeek announced they were no longer going public via a US$1.35 billion merger.

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