By now, you’ve probably heard of the $1,000,000 “Super Bowl” and “NFL Draft” tickets that will go on sale at 11 a.m.
The NFL will sell tickets to the NFL Combine in Indianapolis, where players are expected to sign their name and number.
The first draft pick of the 2017 draft, Alabama defensive end Myles Garrett, will be one of those lucky ones.
But when you’re heading to work on a Monday morning, the NFL can offer you a much better alternative.
For starters, you can buy a “Superbowl” or “NFL draft” ticket in advance and get a discount on your ride.
The cheapest way to get a “regular” ticket is to go to the Super Bowl at the MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, on Sunday.
That’ll set you back $30.
If you buy a ticket in the afternoon, you’ll be able to get an additional $50 off the cost of the ride, and a $50 discount for all the games at MetLife.
You can also purchase a “full season” ticket to see all the regular-season games at the same price.
You can get a full season ticket for $500, with an additional 25% off if you buy your tickets in advance.
But there’s no guarantee that you’ll get a ticket at a discount if you’re going to be in East Jersey on Monday.
You could also buy a season ticket with the NFL for $250.
You’d get a $250 discount on the regular season ticket and a free season ticket to all the NFL games.
But you’d still be paying the full $300 for the regular game, and the additional $250 for the extra games.
If you’re really looking for a discount, check out the discount options from SeatGeek.
The website offers a selection of 25 NFL tickets for sale for just $35.
The NFL has released a new way to make sure you have access to the best tickets, according to the team.
Fans will now be able choose their preferred seating arrangement, and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell will provide all the details for you.
If that’s too good to be true, you might be able find some cheaper options at Target.
The retailer is offering a 10% discount on all NFL games from the start of next season.
You’ll get to choose between two seating arrangements — one with a seat in the lower bowl and one with the upper bowl.
For a total of $150 off, you’d get to select from four seating options, including one in the upper deck.
You also get to pick between the two most popular seating arrangements for games starting with the season opener.
The seats that get you the most money are reserved for the biggest games, including the Superdome, Cowboys-Lions, Patriots-Bears, Colts-Ravens and Vikings-Chiefs.
You only have to purchase a ticket for the cheapest games to get the most, and you get to keep the ticket.