Event Ticket Search Engine Helps Super Bowl XLIII Fans Scan Web For Best Seats

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Arizona Cardinals, Pittsburgh Steelers fans can visit NinjaTickets.com for real-time index of tickets being sold across Internet

During a tough economy when every dollar counts, Arizona Cardinals fans, Pittsburgh Steelers fans -- and football fans in general -- are looking for the best, most affordable Super Bowl 2009 tickets

Ninja Tickets, a leading event ticket search engine that scans the Internet for the best available sporting event, concert and theater tickets, has calculated that the average online ticket price for the 2009 Super Bowl between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Arizona Cardinals is $3,840.25. This compares to an average ticket price of $4,704.00 for the 2008 Super Bowl.

Ninja Tickets, which has made $16 billion worth of event tickets available on its Web site since launching in 2007, scans Super Bowl seats being sold at leading online ticket sites and presents the results in real time at http://www.ninjatickets.com. Ninja Tickets' unmatched event ticket search engine (TicketEngine™) is powered by its Ninja Tickets Price Rating™ functionality, which ranks tickets based on the 'market value' of each seat -- offering Super Bowl ticket buyers a unique and unbiased view of the best seats for each event.

While individual online event ticket sites have released the average price of available Super Bowl XLIII seats on their own site, Ninja Tickets is able to calculate the average Super Bowl ticket price across several major ticket sites -- providing a comprehensive view of ticket trends. A full listing of available Super Bowl 2009 tickets being sold online and the most up-to-date average ticket price can be found at the Ninja Tickets Super Bowl Page (http://www.ninjatickets.com/?e=292207). Visitors to this page can also view the most expensive and best value seat available.

"During a tough economy when every dollar counts, Arizona Cardinals fans, Pittsburgh Steelers fans -- and football fans in general -- are looking for the best, most affordable Super Bowl 2009 tickets," said Cliff Mark, co-founder of Ninja Tickets. "Our star rating system eliminates the painful process fans endure of combing endlessly through dozens of Web sites to find the most in-demand tickets, instead providing a single, real-time view of the best available seats."

About Ninja Tickets
Potomac, MD-based Ninja Tickets searches the Internet for the best event tickets so consumers don't have to -- providing ticket buyers with unbiased, comprehensive and real-time access to tickets available for major sporting events, concerts and theater shows. Ninja Tickets unmatched event ticket search engine (TicketEngine™) is powered by its Ninja Tickets Price Rating™ functionality, which ranks tickets based on the 'market value' of each seat -- providing buyers with a unique and unbiased view of the best seats for each event. And with the firm's downloadable toolbar, all online ticket results are delivered directly to the user's desktop in real-time -- offering access to the hottest tickets at the most in-demand events. Find your ticket at http://www.ninjatickets.com.

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