Well, the fastest way to be in the seats at Lucas Oil this August is to know a season ticketholder who doesn’t want to go to a Colts preseason game.
This post is for those of us who don’t have friends in high places.
If you’re jonesing for a chance to see Andrew Luck and Company on the field for the first time since January, Groupon has an offer that expires Wednesday at midnight for upper level ticket packages. You can get TWO tickets for the game against the New York Giants (pssst, Eli Manning, Super Bowl champs right here in our own stadium) on August 16 starting at $99 and going up from there to add more people. Tickets for the Saints game on August 23 start at $129 for a pair, and a regular season game against the Tennessee Titans on September 28 start at $199 for two people. Each ticket package also includes a signed 8 x 10 photo of wide receiver Reggie Wayne and a promo card worth $50 at InsiderSportsDeals.com, should you want to go to a second game this year.
To check out these ticket discount opportunities, click here: Colts discount tickets.
Remember, these are for upper level ticket packages. If you prefer to sit closer to the field with your beer and nachos, then place a bid for what you think is reasonable to pay at ScoreBig: Demand your own price for Colts discount tickets. Currently, they also have tickets for the Giants and Saints games, as well as inventory for our Colts games at Cincinnati, Cleveland, and Nashville, should you feel a road trip in your future. You can get on a waiting list for tickets in Denver’s Mile High stadium, if you like, too.
And don’t forget StubHub either! Cheapster Brian has reported he bought two tickets there including fees for $16 and a quick check shows the upper levels are going for $6 a seat and up (slightly) for the Terrace level. Your mileage may vary, but the concept of affordable tickets remains. Normally we shy from bringing up sites where they tack on handling and box office fees after the deal—Goldstar, for instance, has wonderful price offers for events in other cities but you have to do the math to add on their handling fees—but when the fees don’t interfere with the deal, that’s Cheapster territory!