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Missed Field Goal Gives Colts Ticket Sales A Kick(October 11, 2012)
(PRWEB) October 11, 2012
Talk about luck. Last Sunday, the Colts miraculously edged the Packers in a true nail-biter. The Colts were up 30 27 after rookie QB Andrew Luck threw a 4-yard TD to put the team ahead with just 35 seconds left in the game. Green Bay had a chance to force overtime with a 51-yard field goal. But Mason Crosbys kick went left with three seconds to go, giving the Colts the win.
It was a wild finish to an emotionally charged week in Indy. It began with Monday mornings news that coach Chuck Pagano had been diagnosed with leukemia after players left for their bye week. No one was betting on the Colts to beat the Green Bay Packers. No one thought this team could win without Chuck Pagano on the sidelines. But guess what? Indy stunned Green Bay on perhaps the most emotional day in Lucas Oil Stadium history.
After the win, Indianapolis Colts ticket sales kicked into high gear, said Felina Martinez of online ticket marketplace BuyAnySeat.com. Lucas Oil Stadium, which seats 62,421, is now officially sold out for the upcoming Cleveland Browns game on Sunday October 21, 2012.
Although many of the other upcoming games are starting to sell out too, we still have a great selection of cheap Indianapolis Colts tickets, as well as tickets to all other NFL games, now available at exclusive discounts on our site, said Martinez. Indianapolis Colts fans can save as much as $150 at checkout.
To access the exclusive discounts on the cheap Indianapolis Colts tickets we now have available, customers can go to BuyAnySeat.com and click on the Indianapolis Colts or any other team then select their tickets and type in VOC2012 in the discount code box at checkout, said Martinez.
The Colts, who went 2 14 last season, are banking on more fortuitous windfalls with new QB Andrew Luck. The rookie out of Stanford threw for a career-high 362 yards against a tough Packers defense. He rallied the Colts from a 21 3 halftime deficit, with help from a gritty performance from veteran wide receiver Reggie Wayne. The star end dazzled the home fans with an incredible one-handed self-tipped diving grab in the first half, then racked up 13 receptions, 212 yards and a game-winning touchdown to help lead the club to victory. The Colts travel to the Meadowlands to face the New York Jets this Sunday October 14th, then return home to face the Cleveland Browns the following Sunday.
To shop for discount Indianapolis Colts tickets, or tickets to see any other NFL game, visit BuyAnySeat.com.
About BuyAnySeat.com: An online ticket marketplace, BuyAnySeat.com connects sports, theater and other live entertainment fans to an extensive worldwide network of ticket sellers. The sites simplified listings and navigational tools enable fans to easily locate, compare and purchase inexpensive, discounted or lower-priced tickets to virtually all advertised sports and entertainment events around the globe. The site, which is PCI-compliant and Norton Secured, also provides customers with a complete Worry-Free Guarantee on all ticket purchases. Based in Denver, Colorado, BuyAnySeat.com is a subsidiary of Denver Media Holdings. For more information, please visit http://buyanyseat.com.
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