April 2009

Celtics and Cavaliers – NBA East Heats Up

updated April 13, 2009by April 13, 2009

 If you’re into grudge matches you might want to get NBA Playoff tickets for the Cavaliers-Celtics eventual battle. It seems almost pre-destined that the Cavaliers and Boston will be doing head to head battle at some point in the near future. This is barring some kind of miracle where someone else in the NBA’s Eastern […]

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MLB Tickets – Opening Day

updated April 19, 2014by April 8, 2009

From the perspective of a 100+ game season, winning or losing that opening game may not seem like a big deal. But isn’t it always nicer to get off to a good start? For those lucky enough to have MLB tickets to opening day, and not be stuck in cold and rainy Afghanistan, I hope […]

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Cutler Trade a Done Deal, and a Good One (for whom)

updated April 19, 2014by April 3, 2009

 The Broncos have handed off disgruntled QB Jay Cutler to Chicago. That should light a fire under Bears tickets. This is a franchise that has been desperately looking for a performer since the yoyo days of Rex Grossman. But it’s gonna cost them. The Bears have given up two 1st round picks and their former […]

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Jay Cutler – Who’s to Blame?

updated April 19, 2014by April 2, 2009

 I’m finding the whole Jay Cutler issue difficult to swallow. From both sides. First of all Cutler is a quarterback who’s shown some real promise. This is what disturbs me about the Denver Broncos willingness to deal him away. On the other hand he does have some health issues, which haven’t seemed to be a […]

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U.S. Open Tickets – Back to Bethpage Black

updated April 19, 2014by April 2, 2009

 For 2009, U.S. Open tickets will give the pros another shot at a the real world. By this I mean that pros used to closed clubs and exclusive membership courses will have to deal with Bethpage Black, a course where your average joe can shoot a round for probably less than $100.00.  This is the […]

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