The 2014 NFL Draft is in the bag and we’re already hearing about rookie camps. That means training camps are just around the corner, then the preseason and suddenly we’re prepping for the actual 2014 NFL regular season.

Needless to say, now is a pretty good time to go get your NFL tickets. If you’re a fan of the Cleveland Browns, the impact of Johnny Manziel has been pretty great. That could lead to more wins for your hometown team, but it could also mean less tickets for you to get your hands on, as well as a rise in price.

To help our readers get a good deal on tickets in a pretty unique way, we thought we’d point you to the fine people at, where you can choose your seats and choose what you pay. offered to give us a free promo code to test out their site and let our readers know what we thought of their site and the ticket process. With that code, we’re going to Disney World! Not really, maybe we’ll see you at a baseball game this summer.

Read on for the specific directions and be sure to check out the site if you’re going to be purchasing NFL tickets or tickets to any other big event:

1. Head on over to and choose your location (city/state) or search for the event you’re looking to get tickets to.

2. Place a bid on your selected tickets. You get to pick an area where you’d like to sit, and then suggest the price you want to pay for the tickets you want. A special stipulation is that you aren’t guaranteed a specific seat in the level/area you choose, but you ARE guaranteed a seat in the area you choose from.

3. Prepare to be amazed. You find out right away if the venue is going to give you your chosen tickets for the amount you agreed to pay. Depending on what area you choose and what your bid/proposal is, you can see a major discount on high quality seats!

This a ticker purchasers dream, especially for those who love going to sporting events all year long.

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About The Author Kevin Roberts

Breaking Football's lead fantasy football expert. Top 40 finisher in FantasyPros accuracy challenge in 2012 and 2013. Your huckleberry.