Misc.

When Will Every City Have INWEGO?

Did you know that if you live in Atlanta, you can pay $29/month and attend unlimited sporting events (Hawks, Braves, Thrashers, etc), college sports (Georgia Tech), concerts, festivals, comedy shows, and more?

Sounds too good to be true, doesn’t it?

When I was introduced to INWEGO in 2016, my first thought was that their “ClassPass for live events” model was going to take off, and now almost exactly a year after the company’s initial launch in Atlanta, they’ve already expanded to Phoenix.

To be clear, there’s no additional service costs or fees in the $29.00 you pay every month — you get the tickets to the game or show, and you attend the event. It’s that easy.

The model makes more sense than a Coinstar and it seems reasonable to assume that INWEGO’s expansion won’t stop in the Arizona. Teams and venues want human beings in their seats, people want to do things, and the company’s early growth hints that the model will thrive in every city with “stuff to do.”

 

The app was built by the team behind Experience, a technology company that has long thrived in the live entertainment and sports space, with top-notch UI/UX that makes it incredibly easy to book a ticket and invite friends.

In Phoenix, fans will have access to the Suns, Coyotes, Mercury, Rising FC, the Charles Schwab Cup Championship (golf), University of Arizona games, comedy clubs, festivals, and more. If you’re in Atlanta or Phoenix and want to check them out, you can do so here.

Where will INWEGO go next? We think Denver, Cleveland, Detroit, Nashville, Charlotte, Orlando, and Washington, DC all make sense, but the INWEGO folks are staying mum on their next targets and actually taking suggestions. So if you’re reading this in Boise, ID and want to pay a fixed price for college football and whatever the heck else comes through Boise, throw your proverbial hat in the ring and see what happens.

One thing that’s for sure is this: if you live in Phoenix or Atlanta and love sports, INWEGO’s a no-brainer…

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