Chicago Bulls Tickets Receive 30% Reduction for Entire 2012 Season at TicketHunterOnline.com

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With the announcement of the end of the NBA lockout came with it the season opening games on Christmas Day this year. The Chicago Bulls are set to face the LA Lakers on Christmas, as all Chicago Bulls & LA Lakers tickets receive a 30% discount with promo "WICKED" only at TicketHunterOnline.com.

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All Bulls tickets along with LA Lakers tickets get reduced by a whopping 30% off for the entire season with promo "WICKED". Offer is only valid at www.TicketHunterOnline.com...

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With the announcement of the end of the NBA lockout came with it the season opening games on Christmas Day this year. The Chicago Bulls are set to face the LA Lakers on Christmas, as all Chicago Bulls & LA Lakers tickets receive a 30% discount with promo "WICKED" only at TicketHunterOnline.com.

NBA fans are excited more than ever this year, as the great news of the end of the lockout also gave everyone a Christmas treat to remember - a triple header to start things off with a bang this season. The Bulls are expected to be a main contender for the finals this year, as they have a few of the leagues top performing players. In a recent interview with ESPNChicago.com, Luol Deng states:

"Everyone is looking at that first game like it's a championship game," Luol Deng said. "We're excited. It's 66 games [this season]. That's one of 66. I think we're going to be prepared. Just not going for that one first game and that's it. We want to come out ready. But it's 66 games, we've got to look forward to."

TicketHunterOnline has responded to the end of the lockout by reducing all Chicago Bulls tickets along with LA Lakers tickets by a whopping 30% off for the entire season with promo "WICKED". Offer is only valid at http://www.TicketHunterOnline.com.

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