It was a great start to the week for us here at SeatGeek as we were just informed that PC Magazine had released their list of The Top 100 Websites of 2010 and that SeatGeek.com had made the list. Here is a snippet (which I quiet enjoyed) of what they had to say about us:

SeatGeek wants to help by using that amazing magic called “math” to forecast prices and availability and when you should buy to save the most moolah.

Ever since we launched in 2009 we have been working really hard to offer the best product possible to our users and it is great to see recognition from such a trusted source. I can recall flipping through this list last year and making note of about 5 sites to start using more frequently. With SeatGeek now on this list, I imagine many others having the same experience I went through, and to start using SeatGeek for the first time. It will be really exciting to have a whole new wave of users as we continue to grow during 2010 and we encourage anybody to get in touch with us on Twitter with feedback or questions.

Other notable companies making the list included: Kayak, Twitter, Flickr, Facebook, Meebo, Google Docs, Mint.com, Tumblr, Posterous, Bing, Yahoo! Mail, Hulu, Pandora, YouTube, Craiglist, IMDB, Indeed, Wikipedia, The New York Times, and Amazon.

This is a pretty legit list of companies that we are proud to be associated with. In particular we were featured in the ‘Undiscovered: Shopping’ category with some great companies such as Milo.com and The Deal Map.

If you have been keeping up with the SeatGeek Blog, you know that we just raised $1 Million in a Series A round, so expect our web-app to continually improve.