|By PR Newswire||
|August 20, 2014 08:35 AM EDT||
NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J., Aug. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Football fans are getting ready for the upcoming NFL season and ticket demand is off the charts. Seattle Seahawks tickets are extremely hot but many Seattle fans are holding onto their tickets keeping secondary market ticket supplies tight. Dallas Cowboys tickets are perennially in high demand and secondary market sales are outpacing Seahawk by about 3 to 1 so far. Most other teams are experiencing sky-high demand too, like the 49ers, Broncos and NY Giants and more. CTITickets has tickets for most games and is becoming the go-to destination for single game tickets for fans that want to be part of the in-person stadium excitement. To shop for great tickets at excellent prices click here http://ctitickets.com/sports/nfl.aspx
Single game tickets to NFL games are usually in limited supply with high demand and sell out quickly at the venue. So, for fans who are not season ticket holders, their best option is usually a secondary market exchange such as CTITickets.com, which is gaining popularity because of its excellent selection of tickets at unusually competitive prices.
CTITickets is based in New Brunswick, NJ and proudly serves individuals and corporate clients with access to great seats for premier events including hard-to-get concert tickets, the biggest sporting events including single game NFL tickets and the Super Bowl, championship boxing, NASCAR, Broadway show tickets, Las Vegas shows, and much more including tickets to sold-out events.
CTITickets is a marketing partner affiliate with a large secure online ticket exchange, which is a secondary ticket market with access to tickets for over 75,000 events at a given time. The exchange is comprised of a vast network of independent sellers that list tickets on the exchange. CTITickets does not buy or sell tickets. The tickets offered through the CTITickets website are listed and priced by third party buyers and sellers, and may be either above or below face value depending on the event. CTITickets is not affiliated and has no relationship with any performer, team, theater company or venue mentioned on this website or in its press releases or advertising. Trademarked names are the property of their respective owners. CTITickets does not claim any right or ownership to any performer name or other trademark referenced on this website. These names are strictly used for descriptive purposes and do not imply an endorsement or partnership.
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