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MAKIN IT TO THE END ZONE
By David Jacobs | November 10th, 2017

Many people would love to go see the pro’s play ball.

However, the prices of tickets are averaging a little over $80.00 and that has a tendency to stop some people dead-on. And the average price can jump to well over a $100.00 if you plan to be in attendance for a team that is performing at the top of their game.

But as a consumer, you need to realize that those prices are for the most part your average face-value tickets. Lots of fans make the decision to purchase their tickets online, and some have discovered that they end up paying a few dollars more than those who did not.

If you are a fan of the Giants and wish to buy N.Y. Giants tickets online you may want to try and have a little bit of patience before whipping out that 16 digit credit card number in your wallet. Those with experience in purchase online tickets advise waiting until the last minute because that is the time when you will find that sellers are more willing to drop the initial price.

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Especially if you wait until the event gets closer. The closer the date, the more chance you have of saving money.

However, there is a con to this side of the coin. For example, you will realize that you will not have too much inventory to select from, and the seating may leave a lot to be desired. But some fans are just glad to be able to attend the game. And with that said, you may find that sitting on the sideline, may be as enjoyable than the pricy seat that is in the end zone.

When deciding to purchase N.Y. Giants tickets, another wise move for fans is to closely watch the marquee matchups. As these matchups tend to move along, this also will increase your chance of getting your ticket at a cheaper price. But consumers also have to remember that the better your team performs the pricier the ticket will become.

Ticket sellers rake in big bucks for those tickets being sold for the NFL teams that look like they are on their way to the Super Bowl.

There are more and more fans that are starting the trend of beginning to buy their tickets directly from the team. There are not as many season ticket holders that there used to be a couple of decades ago.
As an avid fan you can also begin to prepare for the big games that will be coming up, should your team make the final cut. When you are going to spend this kind of money for a ticket—it is going to be imperative that you check frequently for any changes in prices.

You will want to check multiple sites at least once a day and depending on your tenacity, you may want to check multiple times a day if you are determined to get a good deal on those precious tickets. But you are going to have to be diligent in doing your homework.

And after you have your prized ticket in hand and you, your family, and friends are ready to hit the road, please don’t forget to have saved enough back for all of the pricey food and drinks you will want to go purchase at half-time.

So, if you are planning a road trip to see your favorite team play in the NFL—it will pay to do your due diligence by making certain that you have paid the best price possible for your tickets online.

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David Jacobs
David Jacobs is a serial entrepreneur from Chicago with deep ties in the secondary ticket industry. David currently is partners in Lockdown Bar & Grill, Fatso's Last Stand, California Studios and Coast To Coast Tickets. When not spending time with his family, David spends most of his time working on the marketing for coasttocoasttickets.com.

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