Big Savings on All Indianapolis Colts and Oakland Raiders Tickets this Week with

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The Colts and Raiders will offer single game tickets to the general public this week but the secondary market, sites like, may be the better bet for selection and pricing. And to celebrate, is announcing additional savings on all Colts and Raiders seats.

NFL single game tickets for the Indianapolis Colts and Oakland Raiders go on sale this Tuesday and Friday respectively. Loyal fans hope for that opportunity to score seats at face value but the reality is most won’t. And that’s why CheapSeatsTickets is offering discounts not only to its loyal customers but to everyone planning ahead for the 2012 NFL season.

“Normally, fans have a difficult time purchasing tickets on the primary market,” said Matthew Brenner, owner of “Many teams just don’t have a large selection of tickets because most of the seats are swallowed by season ticket holders. But with the loss of Peyton Manning, the Colts no longer have a season ticket wait list.”

And the Oakland Raiders, despite a loyal fan base, have also seen season ticket holders down to an all-time low. So what does that mean for fans?

“Many will actually be able to find great seats at face value direct from the team vender. But because there isn’t a high demand for tickets, often, the pricing on the secondary market, like, will drop below the face value,” noted Brenner.

The secondary market has plenty of inventory and often have seats for every game at every stadium in every section. And that’s because season ticket holders often unload some of their tickets on consignment before the tickets go on sale to the general public.

“Face value is great,” noted Brenner, “but sometimes it’s worth paying a little more to sit where you want. And we’re anticipating prices for the Colts and Raiders to stay relatively low throughout the season.”

For a limited time, is shipping tickets for free with the code ShipFree or fans can take advantage of percentage savings with the code NFLPercent.

“It’s not much but it’s a way for some folks to get a small break on the cost of tickets. For many, it’s a big deal to get to an NFL game and many make the annual trip to see their favorite team. Now it’ll be just a little less expensive.

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