NFL fans, rejoice, for the playoffs are officially upon us. A topsy-turvy end to the 2019 season set up early-January meetings between the Texans and Bills plus the Patriots versus the Titans in the AFC. Rounding out the Wild Card round are NFC clashes between the Saints and Vikings and Eagles against the Seahawks. But for those whose resolution is to save money, you’re in luck. NFL Wild Card tickets are reasonably priced in one particular market with further savings in store for Ticket Club members.Continue reading “NFL Wild Card Tickets Dominated by Houston-Buffalo”
The 2019 NFL season may still be ten weeks away, but football faithfuls are ready to go and rapidly snatching up tickets for the hottest games this fall. NFL tickets have been a hot commodity in the secondary market since the 2019 NFL schedule was released in April. However, a few select teams have emerged as top sellers, mainly the Dallas Cowboys and Green Bay Packers. Continue reading “2019 NFL Preview: Cowboys, Packers Lead Early Ticket Sales”
Football fans have been waiting months for this. The playoffs are finally here, kicking off with an exciting weekend of AFC and NFC Wild Card games. While all NFL Playoff tickets are in high demand, it’s the Eagles and Bears match-up that is this weekend’s hottest game.
With the big game between the Patriots and Eagles finally set up for action on February 4 at US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, the heat is on for fans looking for cheap Super Bowl LII tickets.
According to sales data from Ticket Club, the Philadelphia market has accounted for over four times the amount of tickets that the New England market has. As of Monday afternoon, fans from Pennsylvania and states that border it – Delaware, New Jersey and Maryland – have made up over 20% of total sales (by number of tickets sold). New England is just shy of 5% of sales – indicating a potential enthusiasm gap for the Patriots’ fan base.
There’s no real mystery to the why on those stats – Philly has notoriously fallen short in each attempt it has made on the NFL’s championship in the Super Bowl era. Its lone Super Bowl appearance came in Super Bowl XXXIX, where New England defeated the Donovan McNabb-led Eagles 24-21. The team captured three NFL Championships, but its last was in 1960, seven years before the first Super Bowl. Philly fans are hungry for a winner!
Now comes the hard part for fans – scoring a ticket that doesn’t break the bank! Continue reading “Looking for the Best Super Bowl LII Price? Look No Further Than Ticket Club”