With the rise in popularity of the NFL Draft, many people are looking for information on how they can get tickets for the NFL Draft. The 2010 draft turned into a 3 day event. The first night of the draft was just the first round and it was in prime time. Rounds 2 and 3 were on Friday in prime time, as well, and Rounds 4 through 7 ran all day Saturday. Let's discuss how to get tickets for the NFL Draft, a great event for all that are able to attend.
- The easiest way to get tickets to the NFL Draft is to go to http://nfl.com and get information on how they can be purchased. This can be done by going to the draft portion of the website. However, if someone wants to get tickets through this route, it is important to order ahead of time, because these tickets are bought up very quickly. It is a good idea to purchase them the day they go on sale.
- If the tickets at NFL.com are taken up, then there are other ticket sources. One of them is called StubHub. This is the most popular ticket outlet that offers tickets to almost every major sporting even there is. Another great place to get tickets online is Ticket Network. There are many other sites, but when looking for NFL Draft tickets, these are two great sites to start out with.
- If neither of the first two options work out, then Ebay is an option to explore. Ebay has a section that sells tickets and it is very likely for it to have tickets for the NFL Draft, because of the wide variety of tickets on Ebay. It is important to make sure to check regularly for the tickets on Ebay, because new listings are posted all the time.
- If none of these options work, it is very likely that a ticket scalper will be selling the NFL Draft tickets outside of Madison Square Garden. While this is a last resort and not the most reliable option, if someone has tried all of the above steps and has not able to get tickets for the NFL Draft, then going to the event with the goal of purchasing tickets is an option that might work, although there is no guarantee.
With the NFL Draft being a 3 day event, grabbing a 3 day pass is a great idea for NFL fans. Get tickets and enjoy all three days.
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