The Carolina Panthers are 14-0!
Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers put up more than 30 points for the seventh time this season in last week’s win against the New York Giants. The Panthers move to 14-0 and now that they have solidified a playoff spot, we can start talking about the undefeated season.
Carolina Panthers playoff tickets are on sale now Click Here for tickets!
Here's 5 reasons the Carolina Panthers will go 16-0:
Check out the NBA Christmas Day Schedule
NBA Christmas Day has some serious high profile match-ups, featuring some the game’s best talent. The highlighted game will be a rematch of last year Finals when the defending champs, Golden State Warriors take on the Cleveland Cavaliers.
We all know you’ll need an excuse to avoid your Uncle’s crude jokes or your Aunt's overwhelming hugs and kisses, so here’s the Christmas Day games for your viewing pleasure!
2015-16 Best Selling Bowl Games (Non-Playoff)
There will be a record 41 bowl games to close out the 2015-16 NCAA football season. It's hard to figure out which game to watch on TV, let alone choosing a game to attend. Besides the obvious NCAA college football playoff games featuring the Cotton and Orange Bowl this year, it can be a headache to decide. Whether you're trying to make holiday plans for traveling or viewing, we've put together a list of the hottest selling bowl games this year according to Ticket Liquidator!
Here's 10 of the best-selling bowl games:
Adele's North American tour on-sale begins Thursday, December 17 Click Here for tickets!
Did you know....
Adele Has Six Tattoos - On her left wrist, Adele has a tattoo referencing her mother (Penny) and below that she has a tattoo of three dots representing her experience on the Adele Live tour. Adele has three dedicated to her son Angelo including the letter "A" tattooed behind her right ear, the word "paradise" on her left hand and "Angelo" on her right hand. According to Rolling Stone, her sixth is a large tattoo of three doves on her back.
Check out the dates for Big Papi's retirement tour.
Attention Red Sox Nation!
Red Sox legend David Ortiz announced he will retire at the end of 2016 MLB season! Get ready to mark your calendars because you don't want to miss Big Papi when he visits your city for the last time.
Ortiz is ending a brilliant 14-year career, one which saw him become the greatest designated hitter of his era. Along the way Ortiz racked up multiple World Series titles, all-star appearances, and batting titles. In 2015, he reached one of MLB's most coveted milestones when he became the 27th member of the 500 home-run club!
Big Papi is one of MLB's most popular and beloved players -- the game and the fans will certainly miss him.
As David Ortiz's farewell tour inches closer, here are the dates he will make his last appearance in each MLB City:
Thanksgiving has passed, the days are short, and it's time to break out the winter jacket. Lucky for you, the holidays bring in some of the year's biggest and best shows to keep you warm this winter!
Not sure what shows are playing this year? No need to worry, we've got your covered! Whether you're looking for the perfect gift or just want to get out of the cold, here's five of the hottest must see holiday shows. Check out our complete holiday events guide Click Here!
Attending a live professional sporting event can be very costly and sometimes out of reach. According to TicketLiquidator, sports fans are paying an average ticket price of over $90 to attend an NBA or NHL game while NFL fans are ponying-up a blistering $266 per ticket!
Luckily for hockey fans, tickets to see top contenders like the NHL's San Jose Sharks won't cost you an arm and a leg. With an average ticket price ($69.02) well below the NHL average, San Jose Sharks games are very affordable, especially when compared to the average ticket price of other top contenders like the New York Rangers ($158.20), Chicago Blackhawks ($157.40), and Montreal Canadiens ($131.05).