Affordable NFL Tickets: Adds NFL Tickets to Inventory for Fans Counting Down the Days to Sept. 5

Although the start of the NFL regular season is still months away, is continuing to add affordable NFL tickets to the inventory for games taking place this season. The campaign starts on Sept. 5, and Super Bowl XLVIII is scheduled for Feb. 2.

NEW YORK, May 21, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The excitement of NFL football is unparalleled in American sports, and fans will show their passion for the sport by buying seats to games this fall from The campaign starts on Sept. 5 with an exciting match-up between the defending Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens and Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos. That game will take place at Sports Authority Field at Mile High in Denver.


Fans will also be able to purchase affordable NFL tickets for the three Thanksgiving Classic games. The Detroit Lions will get that day's action under way with a game versus the Green Bay Packers at Ford Field in the Motor City. The Dallas Cowboys will follow by playing host to the Oakland Raiders. The prime-time finale will pit the Ravens against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Fans based north of the border and overseas will once again have some opportunities to buy NFL tickets in 2013. The Buffalo Bills will play their annual home game in Toronto on Dec. 1 against the Atlanta Falcons, a team that advanced to the NFC championship game a year ago. Those in London or traveling to the United Kingdom's capital city will be able to find NFL tickets for two contests as the Minnesota Vikings take on Pittsburgh on Sept. 29, and the defending NFC champion San Francisco 49ers play the Jacksonville Jaguars on Oct. 27.

Playoff games are always exciting, and those looking to find NFL tickets at agree. The regular season wraps up on Dec. 29, and the first playoff games will take place on Jan. 4. The highlight game of the entire season is the Super Bowl, and the 48th edition of America's premier sporting event is scheduled to take place on Feb. 2 at MetLife Stadium just outside New York in East Rutherford, N.J. The last time the NFL's championship game was held in the New York metropolitan area was in the pre-Super Bowl era, in December 1962.

San Francisco and Minnesota fans will especially want to buy NFL tickets to games this year in order to watch some of the final contests to ever take place at the teams' respective home stadiums. The 49ers will depart Candlestick Park following the 2013 season, and the Vikings will leave the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome at the same time. San Francisco will play the 2014 campaign at Levi's Stadium, and Minnesota will play at TCF Bank Stadium for a couple of years until the team's permanent home opens in 2016.

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