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Chicago Bears Season Is Here

By David Jacobs | September 3rd, 2014

2013 brought in a new era for the Chicago Bears with head coach Marc Trestman developing an innovative and exciting offense, headlined by quarterback Jay Cutler. With Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery on the outside, Martellus Bennett in the middle, and Matt Forte in the backfield, the Bears offense have weapons all over the gridiron.

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With the offense expected to put up gaudy stats in 2014, it will be up to the defense to keep the opposing team from finding the end zone too much. That was not the case in 2013, as the Bears struggled getting off the field defensively and lost several games late in the fourth quarter due to failed defensive stops.

There’s certainly hope for improvement this year, however, and that has translated into big prices for Chicago Bears tickets on the secondary market. Here’s a preview brought to you by Coast to Coast Tickets.

Week 1 (Sep. 7th) VS. Buffalo Bills | Average Price: $449 | Get-in: $181

The Bears open up with an AFC East opponent, the first time the Bills have visited Chicago in eight years. With an average price of $49, this is one of the most expensive games of the NFL season, though still significantly cheaper than the next home game on the Bears schedule.

An Update On Denver Broncos Tickets In September

By David Jacobs | September 2nd, 2014

As we inch closer and closer towards the beginning of the NFL season, fans are eagerly buying their tickets to the opening games of the season. Expectations may not be higher for any team than the Denver Broncos. Peyton Manning has led a historic offense over the past two years, falling just short in the Super Bowl last year. Manning is still healthy and despite Wes Welker’s struggles to avoid concussions, the Broncos look primed for another successful season.

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With those high expectations, fans have been scouring the secondary market for affordable Broncos tickets. With two straight 13-3 finishes, chances are fans who visit Sports Authority Field this year will get to see a victory – and will get to watch an historic offense destroy all competition. More of the same could be coming and Denver fans seem fine with paying to see it happen in 2014.

We chronicled the early season matchups a few weeks ago here on the Coast to Coast Tickets Blog and have provided a further update on ticket prices below. Ticket prices have decreased for the matchup in Seattle, but have increased for the two home games. Now may just be the best time to grab your tickets for Denver’s Week 1 and Week 2 home games.

September Concert Update

By David Jacobs | September 2nd, 2014

In major concert announcement news, the singer Phillip Phillips revealed their new plans to take their act on the road. The pop/folk artist revealed his autumn tour dates that will keep him on the road from September-December. The singer and 2012 American Idol winner will perform nearly 40 different shows during this massive tour event. The performer has currently been on the road with popular jam band OAR. During his solo effort, Phillips will be promoting songs from his second album “Behind the Light,” which was released earlier this year. The singer’s tour will officially kick off on September 12th in West Point, New York at the West Point Military Academy. Other major stops include shows in Washington, DC, Boston, Austin, Dallas, Kansas City and more. Tickets to see the performer live are on sale now and available to the public. During the tour, Phillips will be playing at more intimate venues, meaning fans are encouraged to act fast in order to get tickets to see the singer live.

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Labor Day Weekend Concert Update

By David Jacobs | August 31st, 2014

This week, there were several big announcements from some of the biggest acts in country music. One of the first announcements came from singer Kacey Musgraves. The country music singer has just been on the road supporting Katy Perry on her massive global tour event. The singer will be on tour throughout the end of the month. Then on September 20th, she will make an appearance at the iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas. Then, Musgraves will start on her own tour, which kicks off on September 25th in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She will be visiting 10 different cities throughout the Midwest and into parts of Canada. According to the announcement, John and Jacob will be handling opening duties. Fans can expect to hear some of the singer’s latest major songs performed live during this tour. Tickets go on sale this week to see the singer take the stage live in this exciting new tour event.

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September Preview for Chargers Tickets

By David Jacobs | August 28th, 2014

The San Diego Chargers weren’t supposed to be a playoff team in 2013. However, it’s pretty rare when the Chargers end up being anything people expect them to be. 

New head coach Mike McCoy completely changed San Diego’s offense, and it led to the Chargers boasting one of the more balanced offensive attacks in the league. In turn, they gave the Denver Broncos a run fortheir money in three appearances (one in the playoffs) and could be looking at even more improvement in 2014. 

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Despite thatsteady improvement and hope for an even better 2014 season, San Diego Chargers tickets are still on the cheap side. Let’s see just how much value San Diego fans will be getting in 2014 as we take a look at the Bolts’ September games:

Week 1 (Sep. 8th)@ Arizona Cardinals | Average Price: $140 | Get-in: $41 

San Diego’s season opener is on the road against an improving Cardinals team, and comes at ridiculous value. Not only is it the first game of the year against a beatable opponent, butit’s also on Monday Night Football. San Diego’s pass defense was brutal in 2013 and will need to be markedly improved to havea chance at shutting down Larry Fitzgerald and Michael Floyd, but overall this game could be quite a battle. 

Garth Brooks Tickets and Phish Tickets

By David Jacobs | August 21st, 2014

This week, there were several announcements regarding the upcoming tour plans of some of the biggest acts in music today. One of the first big announcements came from country singer Garth Brooks. The singer has already made headlines with his recent concert tour announcement, but now he is adding even more excitement by revealing plans for even more tour dates. After his first shows in Chicago quickly sold out, Brooks went on to add ten concerts in the Windy City to appease his fans. Now the singer is revealing plans for the second city along his world tour; Atlanta, Ga. The singer will be visiting Atlanta for a show at Philips Arena on September 19th. Tickets are on sale now for the show and they are expected to sell out fast. Brooks has also revealed plans to continue to announce his tour dates on a market-by-market basis as he heads out on this new global trek. Garth Tickets are currently available to see Brooks in Atlanta.

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Season Preview for Lions Tickets

By David Jacobs | August 19th, 2014

The Detroit Lions were sitting pretty at 7-5 during the 2013 season. They had just soundly defeated the Green Bay Packers 40-10 at home, with Matthew Stafford throwing for 330 yards, 101 of them going to Calvin Johnson. But the following week, amid a snow storm for the record books, the Lions could not contain LeSean McCoy and Nick Foles, losing 34-20. That was the first of a four game losing streak which ultimately derailed their season.

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But 2014 is a new slate for Detroit and fans are excited at the prospects for this current roster. Eric Ebron, a tight end out of North Carolina, was added with then tenth overall draft pick and expects to be an immediate contributor to the offense. Considering this team is just three years removed from a playoff appearance, expectations are high.

Currently, the average ticket price of Detroit Lions tickets is $144. The two highest priced games are the home opener – September 8th against the New York Giants – and Thanksgiving Day, November 27th against the Chicago Bears. Tickets for the opener begin at $66 with an average price of $181. The Thanksgiving Day matchup is a bit more expensive, currently, with a get-in price of $72 and an average ticket price of $218.

Red Sox Tickets Will Not Be Cheap For Final Series Of The Year

By David Jacobs | August 17th, 2014

The Boston Red Sox have certainly not lived up to expectations this season, but that doesn’t mean Red Sox tickets will be any cheaper for the final series of the year. In fact, those three games will end up being the most expensive tickets all season long for Boston, other than their ring ceremony at the home opener. No, fans are not willing to pay extra to see their beloved Sox play one more series in 2014. They will be paying to see the New York Yankees, and in particular, shortstop Derek Jeter.

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The Yankee captain announced he would retire at the end of the season back in Spring Training and with the Yankees seemingly losing ground in the Wild Card each and every day, it appears Jeter’s last time on the diamond will be on September 26th, 27th, and 28th at Fenway Park. With the Red Sox out of the playoff race, and a strong probability that the Yankees will be as well, the series will be much more ceremonial than if either team were still playing for something.  Expect videos, photographs, and collages galore, praising the longevity of Derek Jeter and what he brought to sport’s greatest rivalry.

New York Mets Time!!!

By David Jacobs | August 15th, 2014

The New York Mets are a handful of games below .500, mired once again in a season that is destined to end in September.  2006, the year the Mets fell short a few runs short of advancing to the World Series, occurred almost a decade ago and the time since then has been more and more futility for the Metropolitans. Nonetheless, it’s undeniable that this team is somewhat different. While there are holes throughout the team, you can clearly see the makings of a strong ball club.

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It all begins with the pitching. Stud Matt Harvey has been on the pine all year, recovering from Tommy John Surgery. The hope is he will be back and ready for the beginning of the 2015 season. Joining him will be the youngster Zach Wheeler, who has shown flashes of dominance this season, albeit inconsistently. Jonathan Niese is another starter that has been exceptional when on the mound, though he’s struggled to stay healthy. And lurking in the minor leagues is highly regarded starter Noah Syndergarrd.

Lorde and Robert Plants News

By David Jacobs | August 14th, 2014

This week, there were several big announcements from some of the biggest acts in popular music. The first major announcement came from hit singer Lorde. The singer and songwriter has just announced that she will be spending the fall curating a new soundtrack for the next movie installment of “The Hunger Games” franchise. The singer will be working on the project, while preparing for her upcoming fall tour. According to announcements from the singer, this highly anticipated fall tour will kick off on September 5th in Philadelphia, PA. From there the young songstress will head to several major markets across the continent. During this city, Lorde, will be visiting 21 different cities including two stops in Canada. On October 12th, the singer will also be making an appearance at the Austin City Limits Music Festival. Tickets for this highly anticipated tour are on sale now and available to the public for those looking to see the performer live.

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