Cheap NFL Tickets: QueenBeeTickets.com Is Bringing Affordable NFL Action To Fans With Cheaper Tickets To All NFL Football Games Happening During The 2012-2013 Season

QueenBeeTickets.com is known for its lower ticket prices for all types of events, but cheap NFL tickets are definitely among the organization’s top sellers. Discounted NFL tickets have been made available for every remaining game of the 2012 season, including Super Bowl XLVII to be played Feb. 3 in New Orleans and the Pro Bowl that will take place in Honolulu the previous week. NFL tickets on sale will also be made available for playoff contests once locations and dates have been set following the conclusion of the regular season on Dec. 30. This season has already had its share of excitement, starting on Sept. 5 with a surprising 24-17 win by the Dallas Cowboys over the defending Super Bowl champion New York Giants. Also, the NFL record for longest field goal, 63 yards, was tied by San Francisco’s David Akers on Sept. 9 in his team’s 30-22 win over the Green Bay Packers.

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QueenBeeTickets.com is known for its lower ticket prices for all types of events, but cheap NFL tickets are definitely among the organization’s top sellers.

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The National Football League is easily the most popular sports league in the United States, and QueenBeeTickets.com is offering cheap NFL tickets for every game being played the rest of the season. In fact, the organization is offering discounted NFL tickets for the rest of the 2012 season. The code may be found on each team’s individualized page on the QueenBeeTickets.com website. The main page for cheap NFL tickets is QueenBeeTickets.com/Sports/Football/NFL. The league is shaping up to have an exciting season as 20 of the league’s 32 teams started the season 1-1, the most in NFL history.

Fans who purchased NFL tickets on sale for the first game of the season witnessed a surprising road win for the Dallas Cowboys, 24-17, over the defending Super Bowl champion New York Giants. The game was played in prime time on Sept. 5 and broadcast nationally by NBC. Cowboys fans looking to purchase tickets for future games being played at 80,000-seat Cowboys Stadium or on the road can access seats at QueenBeeTickets.com/Dallas-Cowboys-Tickets.

Fans of the Chicago Bears are enjoying the team’s 93rd season as an NFL franchise. The Bears opened the season with two wins in the team's first three contests. The only setback was a painful 23-10 loss to Green Bay on Sept. 13. However, the season got off to a smashing start when the Bears prevailed at 61,500-seat Soldier Field by a 41-21 score over the Indianapolis Colts. The last time Chicago scored that many points in a season-opening contest was in 1986 in Chicago's 41-31 win over the Cleveland Browns. Bears tickets for the team’s remaining games, home and away, may be purchased at QueenBeeTickets.com/Chicago-Bears-Tickets.

Green Bay Packers fans are known to travel well as sometimes there are more Packers fans at road games than fans of the home team. Those looking to attend any remaining Green Bay game, home or away, will be able to purchase NFL tickets on sale at QueenBeeTickets.com/Green-Bay-Packers-Tickets. The team is in the midst of its 92nd NFL campaign. Although Green Bay won just one of its first three games, the team is expected to make a run at an NFL North title and a playoff berth this season.

Fans who have already utilized their cheap NFL tickets were able to witness some amazing moments that have occurred this season. One of those was on Sept. 9 at Green Bay’s Lambeau Field, a facility that opened in 1957 and is one of the most historic stadiums in the league. David Akers, a kicker with the visiting San Francisco 49ers, tied the NFL record for longest field goal, 63 yards, when his attempt at the end of the first half dramatically hit the crossbar before going over.

Discounted NFL tickets are available now for every remaining regular-season game, the Pro Bowl and the Super Bowl. The regular season concludes on Dec. 30, and tickets to playoff games to be played on Jan. 5, 6, 12, 13 and 20 will be made available once the hosting teams and dates are set. The Pro Bowl will be played in Honolulu on Jan. 27, and Super Bowl XLVII will take place in New Orleans on Feb. 3. Cheap NFL tickets have sold at a fast rate for games already played, and fans are encouraged to purchase seats for future games today.