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Before you all roast me for jinxing the Saints. 2009 I bought a SB ticket early in the season as well and we all know how that ended. The way I see it, it would have been a jinx if I had not bought the ticket.

I need them to win 2 games and I’ll get to use this. If we are not in it then I’ll sell.

WHODAT!!!
 

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I find Super Bowl crowds to be dead unless one fan base really outnumbers another. SB 44 was loud. SB 40 was due to Steelers fans. Too many wine and cheese types. I also think it's dumb that both teams are forced to fly in at specific times.
 

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I heard my wife scream, at me. 😂
Ahhh but she’s a sports HATER.
My roommate and I were talking the other night and she looked up ticket costs and whatnot. I told her that even IF our boys end up in the big game, I would personally rather be in New Orleans partying with the whole city.

But I'm frugal (cheap).
 

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My roommate and I were talking the other night and she looked up ticket costs and whatnot. I told her that even IF our boys end up in the big game, I would personally rather be in New Orleans partying with the whole city.

But I'm frugal (cheap).
I’m too poor to be cheap. But I agree with your sentiment and would rather be in the city also.
 
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My roommate and I were talking the other night and she looked up ticket costs and whatnot. I told her that even IF our boys end up in the big game, I would personally rather be in New Orleans partying with the whole city.

But I'm frugal (cheap).
I understand where you are coming from. I have a hard time deciding which I enjoyed more-the NFC Championship win which I got to celebrate with all of the Saints fans in NOLA or the SB win with the SB crowd. They were both great experiences. I am hope I get to experience both again.
 

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I understand where you are coming from. I have a hard time deciding which I enjoyed more-the NFC Championship win which I got to celebrate with all of the Saints fans in NOLA or the SB win with the SB crowd. They were both great experiences. I am hope I get to experience both again.
Were money no object, I'd LOVE to actually see the SB live. For pure energy though, I don't think any environment in the world could compare to being in our city surrounded by our people.
 

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NFL On Location but bought tickets only no hotel package. It also came with entry to a pregame party.
Gotcha! I've been window shopping tickets (very unlikely I'll buy) and was only curious since I saw that's the only site that really has them currently. If I would end up getting tickets, I'd do the same and go ticket only and just drive in (since it's only ~8 hour drive).

However, I picked a set of seats and started to go through the checkout just to see what the fees were and nearly passed out when I saw it's 20%. o_O
 

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Were money no object, I'd LOVE to actually see the SB live. For pure energy though, I don't think any environment in the world could compare to being in our city surrounded by our people.
It was an experience, even from the nose bleeds.

Not sure I'd pay $3000 for it.

I mean, at the time, I was 28, single, no debt. Now, married, kids, etc.. harder to pull that trigger.
 

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