(PRWEB) August 31, 2012
The New York Giants are coming off of a championship season, and their fan base is as large and passionate as it has ever been. TicketProcess site is ready to get Giants fans all over the state of New York and beyond in on the action, and they are proud to officially announce their sale of New York Giants season tickets and individual tickets to what is sure to be a stellar season.
All of the NFL's teams go into each and every season with the idea of making a run to the Super Bowl and winning the championship, but only the Giants were able to make good on the plan last year. As Coach Tom Coughlin or quarterback Eli Manning could attest to, winning the big one is all about getting hot at the right time. Many teams have mowed through the regular season only to be hammered in the playoffs by teams that were hungrier and better prepared. Amazingly, the Giants were able to summit the league's highest peak after a regular season in which they finished with an average 9-7 record.
Giants fans that are currently in the market for New York Giants tickets will certainly be expecting to see the team win the vast majority of their eight home games this year, although all are sure to be quite challenging. The demanding 17-week schedule begins with two home games, including the Wednesday Night 2012 Kickoff game against the Cowboys. Needless to say, a rivalry game that is going to be played on the game's biggest stage is going to make for a NY Giants ticket that is in extremely high demand, so the time to act on the opportunities that TicketProcess.com is providing the general public with is right now.
Beginning in late-October, every single team that comes to town will be led by a star quarterback, including an October 21st visit from rookie phenom Robert Griffin III and a November 4th game against Ben Roethlisberger and the Pittsburgh Steelers. Sparks are sure to fly on the evening of November 25th, when the Green Bay Packers and gunslinger Aaron Rodgers will be coming to New York City with a plan of avenging a playoff defeat at the hands of the Giants this past January.
As if this isn't reason enough to seek out Giants tickets, Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints make a visit on December 9th, followed soon thereafter by a final weekend matchup against the Philadelphia Eagles and Michael Vick.