November 2010

Golf Tickets – The Most Expensive Traffic Accident Ever

updated November 25, 2010by November 25, 2010

Most of us are pretty lucky when it comes to traffic accidents. Minor fender benders get taken care of by insurance, maybe we pay a traffic tickets, and everyone goes home. Maybe a little inconvenienced but not totally broke and certainly not out by bucketloads of money. Now consider Tiger Woods. This guy goes out […]

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Yankees Tickets – Playing the Money Game

updated April 19, 2014by November 25, 2010

Stop the presses!. Are the New York Yankees suddenly going to try and exercise some fiscal responsibility? If so, it could change the face of Major League Baseball in a big way.  After all, the Yankees have drawn the ire of many a baseball fan by throwing tons of money at big name free agents, […]

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MLB Tickets – Playoffs Should Expand

updated November 19, 2010by November 19, 2010

 MLB tickets will probably offer a little something extra in the coming seasons. It seems almost preordained that the MLB will be moving to increase the numbers of teams participating in post-season play as soon as the next MLB season. Bud Selig has been pushing this move for awhile now, hoping to get basball fans […]

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NFC Football – A Tangled Mess

updated April 19, 2014by November 17, 2010

The NFL loves parity and they’ve got it. NFL tickets are holding the prospect of the playoffs and a Super Bowl out to probably seven legitimate teams right now. Or at least they look legitimate. Over the next seven weeks we’ll find out who the pretenders are and who’s a legit threat to get into […]

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Falcons Tickets – Surprise!!

updated April 19, 2014by November 9, 2010

 Atlanta Falcons tickets have been the surprise of the NFC South this year. Or maybe I shouldn’t say that since I wrote a blog about how the Saints were being overlooked. I’m convinced now. The Atlanta Falcons are a quality NFL team, one full capable of winning their division and maybe reaching a Super Bowl. […]

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