The tickets you have in your SeatGeek account are valuable, and we want to help you keep them as safe as possible. While passwords go a long way in protecting your account, two-factor authentication (2FA) is significantly more secure than just a password. A password can be shared, or stolen. With 2FA enabled, you have multiple layers of security: something you know (your password), plus something you have (your one-time password (OTP), which is sent to you via SMS or authentication app when you try to sign in).
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- I think I entered the email/shipping address wrong, how can I change it?
- How do I create a SeatGeek user account?
- How do I send tickets?
- How do I change my SeatGeek email preferences?
- What is two-factor authentication?
- What happens if I lose my phone? How do I access my account?
- How do I enable two-factor authentication on my SeatGeek account?
- Why should I enable two-factor authentication on my account?
- What is the difference between enabling two-factor authentication via SMS or an authentication app?
- What kind of tickets can I add to SeatGeek?