Major Sports Events
Super Bowl - Final Four - NCAA Tournament - World Series Events
Every year there are just a handful of events that truly excite all sports fans. No matter what sport or team you follow, there are some tickets you dream of getting – World Series tickets, SuperBowl tickets, NCAA Tourney tickets and Final Four tickets. To get tickets to those events, it used to be that you had to be a bigwig at one the sport’s major sponsors, get lucky in a no-chance lottery drawing, or pay an exorbitant price to some sketchy guy selling tickets on the street. But thanks to the Internet and online ticket brokers, you can now get World Series tickets, Super Bowl tickets and NCAA Tournament tickets with just a few simple clicks. And you can order them far in advance at a price that might surprise you.
Every October the eyes of the sporting world focus on baseball and on finding World Series tickets. The great thing about baseball is that you never know who is going to be the next World Champion. George Steinbrenner can throw all kinds of money into the New York Yankees payroll, but that didn’t stop the Boston Red Sox from overcoming a 3-0 deficit to remarkably win the 2004 ALCS and go on to take their first World Series title since 1918. You can bet the lucky Red Sox fans who had World Series tickets will never forget that experience. And the same goes for Chicago White Sox fans, who finally saw their team win it all last year after a drought that went back to 1917. That even gave a little hope to Chicago Cubs fans that they might sometime actually need World Series tickets. Whichever two teams make it from the American League and National League, you can be sure that World Series tickets will be one of the hottest tickets of the entire year.
You probably didn’t know that the first Super Bowl wasn’t even a sellout, or that it was shown on both CBS and NBC. You can be sure that Super Bowl XLI tickets will sellout for the game on February 4, 2007 at Dolphins Stadium in Miami. South Florida has a great Super Bowl tradition as the site of the big game nine times, including Super Bowl II when Bart Starr led the Green Bay Packers to victory for coach Vince Lombardi. Some of the other memorable ones include two battles featuring the Dallas Cowboys and Pittsburgh Steelers, two victories by the San Francisco 49ers and John Elway’s last game when he was the MVP of Super Bowl XXXIII for the Denver Broncos. You are sure to see a great game in Miami, but only if you have 2007 Super Bowl tickets.
March Madness takes on many forms – first it’s the minute-by-minute ESPN
updates about who is on the bubble and who is likely headed to the NIT, followed
by the conference tournaments that are the last hope for many teams. Then there
are the frenzied days after the NCAA Tournament brackets are announced where
everyone scrambles to get in their office pool, and more importantly to find
NCAA Tourney tickets. You’ve seen the non-stop excitement and drama of the
games on TV when a Cinderella threatens to take down a powerhouse school, and
that is even greater if you are in the arena with NCAA
Basketball Tournament tickets. And of course if you are going to get NCAA
Tourney tickets for the early rounds, you are surely going to want NCAA Final
Four tickets. If you want to be there on March 31 and April 2 at the Georgia
Dome in Atlanta, and you know you do, then you better get busy and buy your 2007
Final Four tickets soon.