It’s not to early to start buying NFL Tickets and College Football Tickets

Whats going on Ticket Fans? Been pretty hectic here as of late and I haven’t had much time to keep the site updated. But I hope to have things slowing down here shortly and I’ll be back here blogging about Tickets on a constant basis!

I just wanted to let everyone know that there are plenty of great deals on NFL Tickets and College Football tickets right now over at TicketCity. Most NFL teams are sending season ticket holders their tickets right now and those people are turning around and listing a lot of them online to recoup some of their money. Many tickets are even selling below face value at this time!

If the NFL isn’t your think, NCAA Football Tickets are hot as well. Rivalry games are the hottest selling tickets right now but we can’t forget about the USC / Ohio State matchup in Columbus which are a hard ticket to come by.

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Seaching for Super Bowl Tickets?

If you are a fan of the Indianapolis Colts or the New Orleans Saints you probably spent some time last night and today searching for Super Bowl Tickets. Unlike most events, there is not a general on sale for Super Bowl Tickets. You are probably asking yourself “Well who gets all these tickets?” Well most of the tickets go to sponsors of the NFL as well as to the teams/players. If you are a season ticket holder for the Colts or the Saints, you might get lucky through a team lottery and get tickets but your chances of that are slim to none.

So how do you get tickets? Well prices on the secondary market right now are $1800 per ticket. That price will get you a upper level endzone seat for the big game. Most people can’t afford that kind of money but there are people out there purchasing them for that price this very second as I watch the market. I recommend you head on over to Ticket City if you are wanting to catch the big game down in Miami. There is nothing like watching a Super Bowl, especially when your favorite team is playing!

Check out the current listings for Super Bowl tickets by clicking here.

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Bowl game tickets moving very slow

This years bowl games are not selling as quick as in past years and corporate sponsors are wondering whats going on. I know plenty of universities are not even selling out their own ticket allotment due to expensive travel or having already played the bowl opponent during the regular season. Heck Uconn can’t even sell their allotment to the Fiesta Bowl where the Huskies will be taking on the Oklahoma Sooner. OU was even having a hard time moving their tickets.

So does the BCS hurt ticket sales or would the NCAA be better off going to a playoff where they would take their cut of ticket sales but the higher ranked teams would have home field? Wow that would sure sell tickets and the tickets on the secondary market would be high priced I’d imagine. Just like a big regular season home game except if you lose your season is over.

Sounds like a winning scenario too me.

But no, right now people can get into games below face value for big games and the stands will have empty seats. This does not look good on tv, and does not make the two universities look good either.

Check out how low some of the prices are at Ticket City and grab a few tickets and catch a game for very cheap!

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NFL Tickets are moving quickly

With news that that the NFL lockout will soon be over with, fans are quickly getting season tickets and single game tickets for their favorite teams. Most fans like myself were waiting things out to see what would happen with the lockout before spending hundreds or thousands of dollars on tickets. With the season quickly upon us, there are a lot of good deals out there as ticket brokers and general fans selling extra tickets don’t have as much time to move their tickets.

I’m a 49ers fan and have already picked up some additional tickets at TicketCity where I came across some great deals for games. I suggest you check out the offerings for your favorite teams at Ticket City as well.

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2012 Super Bowl Tickets

It’s the New England Patriots vs New York Giants in the 2012 Super Bowl. Super Bowl XLVI will be played in Indianapolis, Indiana and of course tickets are only available to the general public via the secondary market. That has fans looking at Stubhub, Ticket City, and other online brokers if they want to attend the big game. Currently buy ins are over $2000 per seat and that has you sitting in the 600 level of Lucas Oil Stadium.

So would you spend that much money to watch from a nose bleed seat? Or would you rather stay at home on your couch? Currently there are people buying the tickets up so there is a lot of money going around. If you want to check out the current listings, check out Ticket City’s Super Bowl page.

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Seahawks vs Patriots in The Super Bowl XLIX

The NFL Season sure has been a crazy one. Conference championship games were played on Sunday and it was the Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots who were victorious and will now meet in the Super Bowl. This years Super Bowl will be played down in Glendale, Arizona on Feb 1st.

As we all know, it is very hard to come by super bowl tickets for the general public. The NFL releases so many tickets to media, advertisers, sponsors, nfl players and coaches etc. Many times fans of teams are left out cold or stuck looking on the secondary market at places like VividSeats, StubHub, Ebay etc.

Current get in prices are in the $1500-$1650 range for upper level seats at the University of Phoenix Stadium. If you want to be down in the lower level current prices are in the $3000 per ticket range for lower level corner seats. As you can see, it sure isn’t cheap going to the super bowl. For many people, it is a once in a lifetime thing due to the prices.

If you plan on going, I hope you check out VividSeats for all your Super Bowl Ticket needs. Make sure to give them a look for any sports and concert ticket needs as well.

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