Unseat.me lets users tell friends, family and others within their social networks about their tickets. The user can create an Unseat.me page for their tickets. The site asks the user to choose their desired Unseat.me URL. The user can enter their ticket details which are posted to their Unseat.me site. Using the site, the user can share information on their tickets with others online. Users can possibly start conversations through a shared interest in a concert or event.Show more screenshots »
Unseat.me was founded in 2011 by Lael Sturm. The application was intended to make it easy and fun for users to share their ticket information. Using Unseat.me, the user can keep their friends and family up to date on their upcoming events and begin conversations about events and concerts. The site was intended to give users their own ticket page to list upcoming events and easily pass them around through social networking. The site is currently in beta and is accepting members by invitation only.
Many applications give users items to add to their social networking profiles. Unseat.me is one of the few that lets users pass their upcoming ticket information on to their online social circle. The user can add tickets and maintain an Unseat.me page. Of course this is really only helpful for those who attend events frequently. Others may find that it is just as easy to post their information with a link to the event website or other resource.
The Unseat.me website welcomes user with a colorful design that gives it rich, unique life. The background features a vibrant green pattern that almost seems to add texture. Large orange boxes and stylish numbers explain the way Unseat.me works. The logo features the site name in grey below a row of three colorful seats, ranging from orange to green and grey.
Unseat.me is currently available to all users for free. There is no subscription fee or other charge for creating an account and adding tickets. This is definitely a good thing that hopefully remains the same after the application leaves beta. Although the application may provide a fun way to share ticket details, it does not offer anything worthy of a subscription or other payment.
Unseat.me is ideal for users who maintain social networking profiles and attend various events and concerts. The application may have less appeal for users who do not attend events very often or do not use social networking websites like Facebook and Twitter.