The smart money is already thinking ahead. Pro Bowl tickets come as an after thought to the hype and pizzazz of Super Bowl tickets, but when it comes to a football vacation, the Pro Bowl offers up some things even a Super Bowl can’t put on your plate. To begin with, let’s talk location. Yes, the Super Bowl does hit some nice spots, but with Pro Bowl tickets taking you to Hawaii, it’s hard to tell the family that’s it’s much better to be in Indianapolis in the winter.
Pro Bowl tickets this season will feature the chance to catch Aaron Rodgers of the Green Bay Packers after a season that has been nothing but spectacular. Rodgers has so far guided his team to 13-1 record and the Packers are highly favored to represent the NFC in the Super Bowl in Indianapolis. While that remains to be played out there’s no chance that he won’t be in the Pro Bowl, along with Drew Brees of the New Orleans Saints, who has his own designs om another NFL title. From the AFC side Tom Brady of the Patriots is also a good bet to quarterback a Pro Bowl squad, and Aaron Foster of the Texans should be carrying the ball.
All in all, a nice little vacation away from the ice and snow, to the warm and welcoming atmosphere of Hawaii sounds like a nice deal at the end of January. To heck with winter, plan that trip to the islands and let your Pro Bowl tickets cap things off.