Announces Super Bowl Tickets at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans

Share Article announces the sale of 2013 Super Bowl tickets for the game scheduled to be played at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans. Several tight conference races means there are plenty of teams vying for a spot in this year's championship.

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2013 Super Bowl tickets on sale now

After sixteen weeks of play, the NFL is weeding out the pretenders from the contenders

After sixteen weeks of play, the NFL is weeding out the pretenders from the contenders, and fans are beginning to look for Super Bowl tickets to see for themselves who will come out on top. A dozen teams have already been eliminated from the playoffs, leaving football fans with just a few teams to keep their eyes on.

The Denver Broncos are one team with a clear shot at this year's Lombardi trophy. Led by the strong arm of their quarterback, Peyton Manning, the Broncos have been on a hot streak, winning their last nine games. On top of their great record, the team has a balance of great offensive and defensive players, making them a tough team to beat.

On the other side of the country, Atlanta Falcons fans believe this might be their year for a shot at the championship. Despite their 11-2 regular season record, few pundits paid attention to the team until their 34-0 domination of the Giants. With Matt Ryan leading the way, the team is finally gaining the respect they deserve for their outstanding play, and a Super Bowl ring may well be in their future.

Two other teams enter the final days of the regular season with explosive offenses that could easily carry them to a championship. The New England Patriots and the San Francisco 49ers have both won tight games through their seasons by getting the ball in the end zone regularly and often. The two teams are also playoff veterans; they know the kind of pressure the postseason brings and they're ready to meet that challenge.

Regardless of who ends up in the final game of the season, this year's football matchups have kept fans glued to their television screens. With some of the most nail-biting action to happen on the field in years, this year's championship game may be one of the closest decisions in recent memory. has Super Bowl tickets for every fan, no matter which team they root for. When football season is over, fans can find their new obsession at the site with Kentucky Derby tickets or Masters Golf Tournament tickets.

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