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Get Super Bowl XLIX Tickets for up to 90% Off Through TicketScore

August 24th, 2014 at 1:00 PM
By Dan Benton

Every NFL fan dreams of seeing their team in the Super Bowl and now you can check that off your bucket list with the help of Ticketscore.com. They have a system in place to get you to the biggest games for a fixed weekly buy-in price; and when your team goes to the Super Bowl, you will be there to root them on at an extreme discount.

Typically, TicketScore can get you to the Super Bowl with savings between 70% and 90% off the market price. That means you can score tickets to the biggest games (not just the Super Bowl) for a fraction of the cost and be a part of your favorite team’s history.

TicketScore works in three easy ways. First, you will pick your favorite team and the championship game you want to go to. Next, you will buy-in at a low weekly price over the course of the full season. Lastly, you can go to the Super Bowl when your team makes it at no additional ticket cost.

The best part about TicketScore is you can stop paying at any time. If your team starts to fall off during the season, you can choose to stop paying. You have the ability to control risk and reap a huge reward of watching the Super Bowl in person.

The earlier you get involved in the fixed buy-in the better. You will start with a low weekly payment that will not change even if you team gets off to a great start. Once you continue this for the full season, you can get Super Bowl ticket for 98% off market value. For as little as $2 a week, you can have amazing Super Bowl tickets as opposed to the estimated market value of $4,000-$6,000.

Get started with TicketScore today and before you know it, you will be in Arizona for Super Bowl XLIX.

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3 Responses to “Get Super Bowl XLIX Tickets for up to 90% Off Through TicketScore”

  1.  rlhjr says:

    I can have a nose bleed without having to go all the way to Arizona for it.

    Saw Stoll and DIRT posts. If the kid that returns punts is somehow not on the active roster come game one, there should be a federal investigation.
    The youngster has very good hands and more moves than Exlax.

    All of the aspiring wide receivers including the kid who got hurt make the team over and above Mario Manningham. They all contribute to special teams, and (this just in) they’re all good players.

    Moore should be starting. No since not getting him involved. They are just holding back progress. Also, if Perry Fewell does not work out a blitz package utilizing the likes of Kennard Paysinger and Moore (I they don’t start the latter) then he is as I have asserted many times useless.

    As a matter of fact, Kennard is fully capable of bring pressure from the SAM position.

    As pointed out, the defense as a whole will benefit once Beason returns.
    That event will spur the return either Kennard or Paysinger to the bench with McClain moving back to SAM.

    But both Paysinger and Kennard can be used to get after the QB and they both have the skills, smarts to cover. Kiwi should never see another snap at the “JOKER” position.

    I wish Spags were here with this defensive backfield talent. He’d have these guys flying around.

    Besides his being a jerk bag, who here wouldn’t want a kid like Amaro to play tight end here? He’s big, moves well, will mix it up and can catch the ball.

    •  skinnydoogan says:

      rlhjr, your previous post and this one captured all my frustrations, wonderfully by the way. We are in lock step right now, and yes, I would take Amaro in a skinny minute, he is WAY better than the cavalcade of bums we trot out onto the field.

  2.  ERICHONIUS says:

    Repost:
    @ FF55
    From my observations Schwartz was much better then the Colts game. He
    Was a complete disaster in that game. He struggled nearly every play. This game he only had a few poor plays.

    Drive 1
    Play 3 – run play. He pulls helps the TE (Davis?), fail to seal defender out of the play. Result 6 yard run. Could have been more with better block
    Play 4 – falls down, defender jumps over him, pressure causes under-throw to randle deep middle should have been TD
    (I saw him lose his footing multiple times in the colts game also)

    Drive 4
    Play 1 – Screen Right Schwartz and Mosley are out ahead blocking, while Schwartz is looking into backfield, Babin runs behind him and makes tackle.
    Result 7-yards. If Schwartz makes the block, Jennings is still running.

    Drive 5
    Play 1 – Schwartz receives help on inside from Walton, allows defender to beat him to outside. Schwartz is injured on play.

    Drive 2
    Play 8 (Eli fumble 1) – Beatty gets beat on inside move seems as if he was expecting help from Schwartz. Schwartz instead assists Walton on double team.
    Here is a play that I am not sure if there was a blown responsibility by Schwartz. Looks like bad communication.

    Over all not that bad by Schwartz.

    Bad play counter:
    Pugh-2
    Mosley-6
    Walton-4
    Schwartz-4
    Beatty-3
    Note NFL network replay skiped NYG drive 3 and majority of drive 4. So I have no notes.

    Mosley had the most bad plays but he also had the most good plays. He was by far the best run blocker. Again, Mosley struggles with stunts. Outside moves seem to make him revert into a tackle. He keeps his man away from Eli but it’s a break down on gap responsibility and teams are going to take advantage.

    Also I want to comment on why the oline looked better on the final drive. When they have the line moving on down blocks it simplifies responsibilities. Every lineman has only one gap responsibility. And you can allow the defenders to go free on the backside of the play since Eli is rolling away from them. I think that it shows that the players can perform when they know their responsibilities. Most of their issues seem to stem from a lack of understanding of responsibilities. Hopefully we see QUICK improvement.

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