Baseball season is winding down… so what are a bunch of fantasy baseball experts to do when they wanna check out some live sports action?
Since we don’t have any major connections at professional sports organizations outside of baseball, we have to use other means to get access to sports tickets for other games. In most cases, we just go online. There’s always somebody out there selling, and even as the clock ticks to tip off, tee off, or face off, a “sellout” always seems to have tickets available.
The NHL season is now underway, and a lot of sites have hockey tickets for sale. One of my coworkers is a major hockey fan, and for the holidays I think I’m going to hook him up with a pair of New York Rangers tickets to check out their favorite team. He’s been working hard to generate sales for our company, and I wanted to do something to show him how much I appreciate his efforts.
And while it is still MONTHS away, there might not be another golf tournament in the world like the one at Georgia’s Augusta National. Golf fans are definitely going to want to find gain admission to next year’s Spring classic with some 2010 The Masters tickets. If I were a betting man, I’d take Tiger over the field.
Boston has quickly become one of the great American sports towns in recent years due to all the championships its pro franchises have won in the last decade. If you are a Boston basketball fan, you have to like the fact that Rasheed Wallace and Marquis Daniels have come into the fold, making Boston Celtics tickets much more valuable. Just don’t let Rajon Rondo see them in your hand, or he might steal them from you.