So every once in a while there are concerts with 3 day return policies listed on Ticketmaster.com. When tickets are returned under that policy, they are released back into the general pool of tickets. Sometimes, great seats are returned and can be snatched up if you happen to run into them before somebody else. I want a program that will alert me when good seats (I can change the parameter of what a "good seat" is) are returned for concerts. The seat counts automatically update on Ticketmaster so the program does not (and cannot) refresh the website page, instead it just waits until the seats (represented by circles) that are white or gray turn blue, signifying that they are available for purchase. In the posting I have included screenshots of what the Ticketmaster page looks like before and after "good" seats are available. In the first image, no seats are available (all of them are grey) in the second a few have become available (note the blue dots). I would want to be able to customize the program for each event that it is watching. For instance, for certain events I may only want pairs of seats that are within 15 rows of the stage, but for others I may want 4 seats within 20 rows. Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns about the project.
(An example of an event with a seat map like this is: [url removed, login to view]:781254:237654)