For sports fans, it is currently one of the most exciting times of the year for some of the most popular professional sports. For hockey fans, the season is in full swing and now many of the most important games of the season are being played to determine rankings for the top NHL teams. Right now some of the big games to watch are the Bruins, the Lightning and Red Wings and the Maple Leafs. These are some of the most sought after tickets for regular season games and tickets are still available to see these teams face off in 2014 to determine who will make it to the Stanley Cup. The NBA is also in full swing and fans have their eyes on big names like the Oklahoma City Thunder, Miami Heat, the Houston Rockets and the San Antonio Spurs to see who the top teams in the league will be this year before playoff time in the summer. Tickets to see all of these teams play at home are on sale now.
However, it is perhaps most exciting for NFL fans as the post-season is officially underway for the professional football league. Playoff tickets are now available for the biggest NFL playoff games of the season. The post-season is officially underway as teams are now squaring off to find out who will be the 2014 Super bowl champions. This week, the event coordinators revealed that the NFL extended the ticket-sales deadline for this weekend’s wild-card match ups revealing tickets are still available for the wildcard games. The winners of these games which will include matchups between the Green Bay Packers and the San Francisco 49ers, the Cincinnati Bengals and the San Diego Chargers, and the Indianapolis Colts and the Kansas City Chiefs are all on sale now, as is the game between the Philadelphia Eagles and the New Orleans Saints. Tickets for these games are on sale now and available to the public and those who want to see who will win these exciting matchups and make their way through the playoffs. The rest of the NFL playoff tickets, many of which still have undetermined matchups are also on sale. With the Super bowl right around the corner tickets to see the Super bowl live in New York City are also available now for NFL fans. Will you be getting tickets to any of these big NFL playoff games?