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2014 US Open Tennis Primer

The biggest event in tennis this side of the Atlantic just released its 2014 schedule! The US Open is the fourth and final grand slam tournament on tour, and it will again take place at the USTA Billie Jean King National

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Subway Series Tickets 55 Percent Cheaper than Last Year

New York’s famous subway series between the New York Yankees and New York Mets starts in less than two weeks and prices are much cheaper than last season. The interleague matchup is one of the highlights on May’s MLB schedule

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NFL Schedule 2014: Marquee Matchups and Must-Know Info

The 2014 NFL schedule is set! We’ve known the 256 regular-season matchups for some time, but now you can conveniently strategize which days you plan on being “sick” this year. NFL tickets are always the hottest commodity in sports and with

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Racing’s Mane Event: Kentucky Derby Tickets 2014

Horse racing’s grandest affair, the 140th annual Kentucky Derby, is just over one week away and ticket prices are the lowest they’ve been all year. The most exciting two minutes in sports will transpire on May 3 at Churchill Downs

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2014 NBA Finals: Same Teams, Same Stars, Similar Ticket Prices

2014 NBA Finals Tickets The Spurs (sans Tony Parker) defeated the Thunder in Game 6 to take the West while the Heat thumped Indiana to take their fourth straight Eastern Conference title and advance to the NBA Finals. San Antonio won eight more

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Stanley Cup Finals Tickets Near Super Bowl Prices in NYC, 62% More Expensive than Last Year

NHL Stanley Cup Finals Tickets Los Angeles Kings vs. New York Rangers Los Angeles Kings Tickets: avg. $1,477 New York Rangers Tickets: avg. $2,885 Stanley Cup Finals Tickets: avg. $2,247 For the first time since 1981, it’s New York vs.

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MLB Ticket Preview: Will You Pay More or Less to See Your Favorite Team This Year?

If the dawn of spring didn’t wake you from your winter slumber, maybe a bit of sticker shock will. With Opening Day just four days away, we wanted to do an MLB season preview in regards to ticket prices and

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Survive and Advance is the Name of the Game

Selection Sunday has passed, the first round is complete, and our brackets are locked in. Now it’s time to watch the Nation’s best basketball programs compete on their road to the Final Four. Do you have Florida winning their third

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Batter Up! Opening Day is Right Around the Corner

Ah, the familiarity Spring Training brings: the snow is melting, the birds are tweeting and the Cubs are still grappling with the Curse of the Billy Goat. Cactus and Grapefruit League play is in full swing and there are less than three weeks

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March Madness Begins with Conference Tournaments

As we head into the final weekend before March Madness officially begins, teams are locking up Conference titles and focusing on their Conference tournaments. Every season there are teams “on the bubble” hoping to shine in their Conference Tournament. Winning

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