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    Just for St.Louis fans-- Charter Airfare Packages leaving St. Louis including Tickets and Hotel.
    3 or 4 nights or Super Sunday Game Day Charters!

    Airfare/Hotel/Ticket Prices start at $1379
    Super Sunday start at $819

    Call us toll free at (888) 654-7755
    or visit http://www.sportstraveler.net

    *Sports Traveler.Net is your Super Bowl Connection!

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    Extra Hotel Rooms:

    I still have 10 suites at the club la pension available in the French Quarter. www.clublapensionresort.com with or without tickets/no air. Packages start at $3,600 PP base on dbl occ Friday-Tuesday. let me know if you need more rooms. [email protected]

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    • RamFan_Til_I_Die
      Tickets for this Sunday are dirt cheap!
      by RamFan_Til_I_Die
      If you are a Rams fan living nearby don't let money stop you from going to the game. Tickets right now are as low as $6!!!! For the season opener!!!!! This has to be a record low for a franchise on Stubhub.

      The Rams royally screwed up selling their tickets to thousands of people who never intended to go to one game and it blew up in their face. Both the Rams and the investors are getting screwed. Let their loss be your gain. Get some cheap tickets and come to the game.


      ...
      -09-09-2017, 03:45 PM
    • RamWraith
      Single Game Tickets Go On Sale This Saturday
      by RamWraith
      Rams Prepare to Open New Era; Single Game Tickets Go On Sale This Saturday, July 22 at 10a.m.
      Tuesday, July 18, 2006

      ST. LOUIS – As the St. Louis Rams open a new era under head coach Scott Linehan, fans can make sure they are there to witness the next chapters in the storied Rams’ history by purchasing single game tickets, which go on sale this Saturday, July 22 at 10 a.m.

      Fans may purchase tickets at www.ticketmaster.com, at area Ticketmaster outlets (Famous Barr, Streetside Records, and select Schnucks locations) or charge-by-phone by calling Ticketmaster at 314-421-4400 in Missouri or 618-222-2900 in Illinois. Single game tickets will not be sold at the Edward Jones Dome Box Office.

      Ticket prices range from $44 to $91. All ticket sales are subject to convenience charges. Fans may purchase up to eight (8) tickets per game to a maximum of four (4) games.

      A limited number of Flex Plans are available until 5 p.m. on Friday, July 21 by visiting: www.stlouisrams.com/Tickets/. A limited number of PSLs (personal seat licenses) are also available.

      For additional details, visit www.stlouisrams.com/Tickets/ or contact the Rams Ticket Office by phone at 314-425-8830 or 800-246-7267 or by email at [email protected].

      For information on ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) seating, contact the Rams Ticket office at 314-425-8830.
      -07-18-2006, 11:05 AM
    • txramsfan
      Rose Bowl Tix are "Out of Sight"
      by txramsfan
      http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/bowls0...ory?id=2250282

      LOS ANGELES -- There are about 88,000 tickets "available" for the 2006 Rose Bowl game, but you'd be hard-pressed to find one.

      Rose Bowl Tickets
      • 92,000 Rose Bowl seats
      • 4,100 seats off-limits because of obstructed views, disabled seating, media work space
      • 88,000 total tickets
      • 22,000 tickets to USC
      • 22,000 tickets to Texas
      • 6,200 tickets to sponsors, media, game officials, others
      • 6,000 to the Pacific-10 Conference (USC)
      • 1,000 to the Big Ten Conference, the traditional Pac-10 Rose Bowl rival
      • 5,000 to Tournament of Roses ticket partners, The Ticket Reserve and PrimeSport
      • 1,000 to a conference pre-sale to fans last October
      • 1,000 available on Ticketmaster
      • 500 to Pasadena residents
      • 23,300 held by the Tournament of Roses and its 935 members


      The contest between top-ranked University of Southern California and No. 2 Texas is more than just a bowl game -- college football's national championship is at stake and the local Trojans are an early 6.5-point favorite.

      With half the total tickets designated for the two schools and thousands of others committed to sports conferences, sponsors and media, among others, thousands of fans are competing for a handful of seats available online and from various brokers.

      The result? Demand is high, and prices are soaring.

      "It's out of sight," said Mitch Dorger, chief executive of the Tournament of Roses, which will hold its 92nd Rose Bowl game in Pasadena on Jan. 4.

      On Tuesday, the last public tickets for the game, about 1,000, went on sale through Ticketmaster. They sold out within five minutes.

      The ticket crunch can be partly attributed to first ever revenue-sharing agreements with two ticket distribution companies.

      The Tournament of Roses, which is prevented from selling tickets beyond the $175 face value, has entered into an agreement with PrimeSport, a subsidiary of RazorGator Interactive Group, which will resell the tickets as part of travel packages that start at $1,879 per person.

      The packages include two night stays at a hotel, a ticket in an end zone and ground transportation.

      RazorGator is also a sponsor of the Rose Bowl. Dorger declined to reveal specifics of the financial agreements.

      The Tournament of Roses also allocated 2,500 tickets to The Ticket Reserve, which sold options to the big game. A Longhorn or Trojan who bought early could get away with paying as little as $100 above the regular ticket price.

      "We had the tickets available, and it was a way to increase revenues for the game," Dorger said. "It was also an opportunity ... to give people who would not ordinarily have a chance to buy a ticket that...
      -12-12-2005, 03:14 PM
    • DJRamFan
      Florida State's Gator Bowl Ticket Sales Top 10,000
      by DJRamFan
      The FSU ticket office has approximately 2,500 tickets remaining.

      Dec. 10, 2004

      Florida State ticket manager Patrick Martin announced Friday that Florida State fans have already purchased more than 10,000 tickets to the Seminoles' January 1st Gator Bowl game against West Virginia in Alltel Stadium. The FSU ticket office has approximately 2,500 tickets remaining for the game and they can be purchased either on-line at www.seminoles.com or by phone at 1-888-FSU-NOLE.

      "We are very happy that ticket sales have gone so well and we encourage fans that have not yet purchased tickets to go ahead and get them in advance," said Martin. "We are pleased that we have sold more than 10,000 tickets at this point and we're hopeful that we can sell out our complete allotment as we get closer to the game."

      Florida State sold out of their 15,000 tickets to last year's Orange Bowl game against Miami. The Seminoles also completely sold out for the 2002 Sugar Bowl against Georgia, the 2001 Orange Bowl against Oklahoma and the 1999 Sugar Bowl against Virginia Tech. The 2001 Gator Bowl that featured Florida State against Virginia Tech drew over 72,000 fans to Alltel Stadium.

      Florida State's Gator Bowl tickets are $40.00 each and will be available until all quantities are sold.
      -12-10-2004, 09:50 AM
    • RamWraith
      Rams tickets re-selling cheap
      by RamWraith
      10:25 AM CDT on Thursday, September 25, 2008

      Watch News 4 coverage


      (KMOV) -- News 4 checked with Rams ticket re-sale websites and they showed fans are losing confidence in the team.

      We found fans trying to unload tickets to Sunday’s game for just a few dollars.

      On the ticket resale site, $35 face value tickets are available for as little as $5.

      Officially, Sunday’s game is a sellout, but there will likely be a lot of empty seats.

      Other businesses count on Rams fans.

      The new Lumiere Casino spent millions building a tunnel to the Edward Jones Dome.

      Bars on The Landing have impacted too. Sundeckers says last season two of its biggest Sundays were due to out of town Green Bay and Pittsburgh fans who traveled to St. Louis.

      It's not just the average fan looking to unload tickets, on one website a luxury suite on the 20 yard line was advertised. It accommodates 12, comes with 3 parking passes and is priced at $7,400.
      -09-25-2008, 04:19 PM
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