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December 29, 2011

Special Fiesta Bowl Ticket Deal

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By The Daily Axe Staff
Fiesta Bowl

An email from our friends at ticket resale analyst TiqIq points out a great opportunity for Stanford fans to get last-minute tickets for the Fiesta Bowl. Details follow:

The Oklahoma State Cowboys, a national-title-worthy team, are looking to spoil the likely college finale for one of the most coveted pro prospects in history, Andrew Luck, and the Stanford Cardinal.  Thanks to a “Pick Your Price” offer from our partners at TiqIQ, you can get there for cheap as Luck and the Cardinal will look to prove that they should have been the ones playing for a BCS championship.  With an offer of around $100 each on two “2-star” tickets, you can save around $75 off face price + No Service or Shipping Fees!  But act fast; this offer will expire at Noon on Friday! Click Here for More and to Purchase Tickets

If you’ll be in Phoenix and are still looking for a way into the stadium on gameday, take a look at what TiqIq has to offer. You can find a great bargain and help defray the costs of keeping this site up and running.


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