Meet Shania Twain On Her Summer Tour

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Meet the legendary queen of concert at an upcoming concert with a backstage tour and an inside look into where the pre-show magic happens for Shania Twain’s performances at the Honda Center in Anaheim on August 19, as well as for her performance on August 22, at the Valley View Casino Center in San Diego. Get this experience exclusively from Razorgator & IfOnly right from our @Razorgator Twitter account.

The Experience

Are you ready to party with Shania? In June, Shania Twain kicked off her Rock This Country Tour — her first in more than 11 years — with an unforgettable performance and all of the hits you love. Shania is offering a one-of-a-kind concert experience to benefit Shania Kids Can (SKC) and its work helping at-risk children reach their full potential. You and your guest will take a seat in the first ten rows and also have an inside look at Shania’s wardrobe and much more. Don’t forget about your exclusive meet and greet backstage with Shania. Enjoy VIP hospitality in this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, offered exclusively through Razorgator and IfOnly to benefit SKC.

Details:

  • Two (2) premium tickets in the first 10 rows
  • Personal meet & greet with Shania
  • Behind-the-scenes tour led by Shania’s personal team
  • Pre-show soundcheck party with the band and a special appearance by Shania
  • Photo with VIP guests and Shania on stage
  • VIP cocktail reception and hors d’oeuvres
  • VIP gift bag

Please Note:

  • After placing your order, an IfOnly Concierge will follow up with you to coordinate logistics
  • May require a background check
  • This item is non-refundable once purchased
  • Meet and greet time dependent on luminary’s schedule and may take place up to 5 hours before or 2 hours after the event
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USC Trojan Football Ready To Take On Pac-12 With High Preseason Expectations 

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Steve Sarkisian’s return to the USC football program felt like the perfect move for a team looking to regain its identity. For the upcoming season, Sarkisian’s expectations for the Trojans are sky high, with USC an early favorite to earn one of the four spots in the second College Football Playoff.

The projections are high because of the players returning. As far as college football goes, USC will have a veteran team that returns 30 starters from offense, defense and special teams. Even with losing two top-20 picks in the 2015 NFL Draft, this skilled, senior-laden team is prepared to make a splash before going after their NFL dream.

As usual, USC has some major games on their schedule that will be must-watch television due to their high preseason ranking. With secondary market ticket information provided by RazorGator.com, below are a few of the most expensive average prices for USC football tickets this season.

10/17/2015 | Notre Dame Fighting Irish vs. USC Trojans | Notre Dame Stadium | Average Price: $449.13 | Get-in Price: $200

USC is going for two wins in a row against Notre Dame, who play for the Jeweled Shillelagh. Last year, Kessler threw for six touchdowns in a Trojans rout, 49-14. This game will probably carry College Football Playoff implications, as this is the most important matchup between the two teams since the 2012 season, when a preseason-unranked Notre Dame team entered the game as the No. 1 ranked team in the country.

11/28/2015 | USC Trojans vs. UCLA Bruins | Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum | Average Price: $220.78 | Get-in Price: $82

The in-state battle of these two California-based teams has rose to prominence with the emergence of the UCLA Bruins football program in the past few years. Now on basically equally footing in terms of national spotlight, USC will look to avenge last season’s 38-20 loss at the Rose Bowl.

11/21/2015 | Oregon Ducks vs. USC Trojans | Autzen Stadium | Average Price: $192.25 | Get-in Price: $95

USC did not face the Oregon Ducks last season with the Heisman Trophy winner Marcus Mariota, who wound up losing in the National Championship. This regular season matchup may be a Pac-12 Championship game preview for a spot in the final four. Oregon returns a majority of the team that reached the final game, but has a new on-the-field leader at the quarterback position that may take some getting used to.

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Oklahoma Sooners Look To Reclaim Big 12 Title With New Offense

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There wasn’t much to be excited about after the 2014 Oklahoma Sooners football season ended, as an 8-5 overall record (5-4 Big 12 conference record) led them to finish tied for fourth-place, before getting blown out in the Russell Athletic Bowl by the Clemson Tigers.

The Sooners will look to get a more effective season out of quarterback Trevor Knight, who completed 179-of-316 passes for 2,300 yards to go along with 14 touchdowns and 12 interceptions. Head coach Bob Stoops, heading into his 17th season with the program, has to fix up the defense if Oklahoma wants to have any success this season. The Sooners gave up 30 points or more in seven games a year ago, making it very tough for the offense to hang around.

With their usually tough Big 12 conference schedule, the Sooners’ toughest non-conference opponents are Tennessee in Knoxville and Tulsa. With the season nearing closer, below is an overview of the most expensive Sooners tickets on the secondary market, according to RazorGator.com.

10/10/2015 | Oklahoma Sooners vs. Texas Longhorns | Cotton Bowl Stadium | Average Price: $475.58 | Get-in Price: $183

Both programs have been on top of the mountain — in both the conference and all of college football — but have slipped in recent years and are looking for a way back. The Sooners are rolling with new offensive coordinator Lincoln Riley, while Texas is in year two of head coach Charlie Strong’s tenure. It is the Sooners’ most expensive game of the upcoming season on the secondary market.

9/12/2015 | Tennessee Volunteers vs. Oklahoma Sooners | Neyland Stadium | Average Price: $326.53 | Get-in Price: $116

The Sooners travel to Tennessee for their most important non-conference game of the season, and it also registers as the team’s second-most expensive game as well. The two historic programs have met three times, starting in 1968, and the Sooners have won the last two contests between the two clubs. This would be a huge, quality victory for the Sooners, as Tennessee is expected to be a rising SEC team.

11/28/2015 | Oklahoma State Cowboys vs. Oklahoma Sooners | Boone Pickens Stadium | Average Price: $239.85 | Get-in Price: $105

As expected, Oklahoma’s largest rivalry makes its way onto the most expensive tickets list, as this year’s Bedlam Series is hosted by the Cowboys. Over 85,000 fans watched Oklahoma lose to Oklahoma State last year in a thrilling overtime game, 38-35. Although OU has been historically dominant in this series, Oklahoma State has evened things out in recent years due to having a more competitive football team.

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The WWE Summer Scoop

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You love tuning into your PPV WWE, but have you thought about heading out and seeing it live? The good news is, there are a bunch of different events to choose from this summer. All a little different, all with the same WWE madness that you love. Out of the seven different live events going on this summer, make sure you head out to at least one. Find the lowest prizes in the Razorgator App.

WWE Live

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Here’s the cool thing about the WWE Live shows. They’re house shows full of your favorite champs and all the mayhem that you’re used to, but aren’t filmed. That means everything that goes on during the show, is for the people who showed up and not available for the viewers at home. Point being, you can’t PPV this one. You have to head out, and we both know you won’t regret it.

Events Dates Get-In Avg
WWE Live 38 Jul – Nov $27 $92

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Oregon Ducks Face Sparty, Beavers, Trojans For This Season’s Most Expensive Games

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Chip Kelly still had his fingerprints on an Oregon football roster being steered by second-year head coach Mark Helfrich and eventual Heisman Trophy winner Marcus Mariota. With the final batch of Kelly’s players and carried-over system, the Ducks had no problem flexing their muscle through the Pac-12 conference competition, earning a spot in the first-ever College Football Playoff.

After putting to rest Florida State’s 29-game win streak in the National Semifinal, Oregon fell short of the perfect season by losing to the overpowering Ohio State Buckeyes, 42-20, for the championship.

Moving on from Mariota will be the largest question mark for the Ducks, one they look to answer with Eastern Washington transfer Vernon Adams Jr. With an experienced offensive line and defense returning, the Ducks will again look to reign supreme in the Pac 12, hoping the small-school quarterback can make the leap to the largest stage—the National Championship picture.

It’s officially Helfrich’s program, one he truly controls since the departure of Mariota. One thing that will be linear from Ducks seasons in the past is that tickets to Oregon games will be a must-get, as they are expected to carry a top-10 ranking or better throughout the college football season. With information provided by RazorGator.com, below are the most expensive tickets on the secondary market for Ducks games.

Most Expensive: 9/12/2015 | Michigan State Spartans vs. Oregon Ducks | Spartan Stadium | Average Price: $248.47 | Get-in Price: $127

Oregon opens up their schedule with a home game against Eastern Washington (convenient for Adams Jr.), before receiving their first true test against the Michigan State Spartans on the road. The Spartans will again contend for a Big Ten regular season championship and will be fighting for one of the four College Football Playoff spots. As college football fans know, having a loss early in the season is better than having one late, thus meaning Oregon’s National Championship hopes shouldn’t be dashed with a potential early loss in a strong Pac 12 conference.

11/27/2015 | Oregon Ducks vs. Oregon State Beavers | Autzen Stadium | Average Price: $202.74 | Get-in price: $88

They call it a rivalry game because both teams are in the state of Oregon, and of course it has the lengthy history to go along with it, but this Civil War matchup has been one-sided for the better part of the last decade. Riding a seven-game win streak against Oregon State, the Ducks look to continue their dominance, but will face a new Oregon State regime, led by former Wisconsin coach Gary Andersen. Andersen had a run-heavy attack at Wisconsin and it will be interesting to see what he brings to the table for the Beavers.

11/21/2015 | Oregon Ducks vs. USC Trojans | Autzen Stadium | Average Price: $191.29 | Get-in Price: $94

USC will be one of the early projected teams to make a run at the College Football Playoff, as it’s a veteran team that returns 30 starters. The offense is essentially the same with Cody Kessler leading the way to go along with a defense that is also mostly unchanged. USC and Oregon didn’t meet last season, but this year’s matchup may play a pivotal role for each club’s title aspirations in 2015.

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