Deal Score is a number based on a fancy math calculation made by SeatGeek that tells you exactly how good a deal you're looking at. You can use Deal Score to quickly find the best deals, buy with confidence, and save money in the process!
What is a good Deal Score?
How is Deal Score calculated?
We factor in plenty of information when calculating Deal Score, like historical ticket prices for the performer and the venue, the row location, the expected sightline from the section, and the quality of the other available tickets for the event.
Deal Scores are based on an absolute scale, meaning that a Deal Score of a higher number is always a better deal than a Deal Score of a lower number — even across different events.
What do the multi-colored dots on the map mean?
The color of each pin is an indicator of its Deal Score. Green pins represent the best available ticket deals, red pins are the worst.
The Deal Score dot does not represent the seat numbers for a listing. Because ticket sellers often don't include specific seat information, your seats may be located in any part of the indicated row, but they will definitely be together.
What does a blue dot or a blue Deal Score mean?
A blue dot or Deal Score doesn't necessarily signify a bad deal — just that SeatGeek doesn't know enough to give a good answer.