house seats

Good news for those of you out west! If you don’t already know, House Seats is a subscription based website that can get you same day or next day tickets to almost any event in your area. If there are seats left to a concert, small production or event like an award show, those empty spots go to House Seats subscribers–and the best part is the tickets are totally free! You only have to pay the yearly fee.

Right now House Seats offers tickets in Arizona, Reno, Lake Tahoe, Las Vegas, Austin, San Antonio, Sacramento and San Francisco. But, if you want House Seats in your city, you can express your interest by filling out a simple form! Right now, House Seats has three different kinds of memberships: The Full House membership allows you to reserve four tickets at a time, the Two Seater allows you to reserve (you guessed it) two tickets at a time, and the Open House is a 60 day trial in case you’re not sure if you want to purchase a year-long membership. The only catch is that you have to be 21 or older and live in the area that you’re subscribing to, House Seats stresses that they’re for “locals only.”

House Seats is also very active in the communities that it serves and donates a portion of their proceeds to local charities such as the Children’s Heart Foundation, Nevada Childhood Cancer Foundation, Golden Rainbow and many more. If you know someone who you’d think would like House Seats, you can buy them a gift card towards a membership!

If you live in any of the cities that House Seats services, I think it would be a great idea to buy a membership–you never know what kind of tickets might land right into your lap!

Would you use House Seats?

Gabbi Ewing is a rising junior studying Journalism as well as Film & Television at NYU. She is a New Jersey native who enjoys traveling, writing, skiing, and swimming. She hopes to travel the world, but her next adventure is taking her to Sydney, Australia to study with NYU. She aspires to work for National Geographic or Discovery Channel and to use her film, photography and writing skills to help people experience new cultures and places that they don't have the opportunity to travel to themselves.

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