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The two Super Bowl participants will be determined on Sunday, and BuyCheapTicketsToEvents.com is now offering cheap NFL playoffs tickets to the general public. Their remaining inventory of cheap NFC playoffs tickets and cheap AFC playoffs tickets for the title games have been not only reduced, but priced to sell.
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Cheap NFL playoffs tickets are among BuyCheapTicketsToEvents.com's specialties, and this season is no different. Not only is the organization offering Super Bowl seats in all price ranges, but cheap AFC playoffs tickets and cheap NFC playoffs tickets are also available for the conference championship games on Sunday. The New England Patriots will play host to the Baltimore Ravens at 6:30 p.m. EST for the AFC crown, and the San Francisco 49ers will travel to play the Atlanta Falcons at 3 p.m. EST to determine the NFC champion.
New England and Baltimore actually played for the AFC title a year ago as well. The Patriots claimed a thrilling game, 23-20, when Baltimore missed a 32-yard field goal that would have tied the game and sent it into overtime. This year's contest will also be played at 68,756-seat Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass. The facility is located right between Boston and Providence, R.I., as it is about 20 miles from each. It has played host to Patriots home games since 2002.
San Francisco lost the NFC title game a year ago to the New York Giants, 20-17 in overtime. A fumbled punt set up the Giants for their winning field goal. Atlanta is the NFC's No. 1 seed, but the Falcons had lost four straight playoff games until they outlasted the Seattle Seahawks in a thriller last weekend, 30-28. Sunday's game will be played at the 71,288-seat Georgia Dome. The Falcons have been playing home contests at this facility since the 1992 season.
The winners of those two games will decide the NFL champion on Feb. 3 at the Super Bowl in New Orleans. That game is set for a 5:30 p.m. CDT start at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. That stadium has already played host to six Super Bowls, and the Crescent City has played host to nine. The 49ers have a perfect 5-0 Super Bowl record; San Francisco last won in 1995. New England has gone 3-4 in these contests; those three wins came bunched together in 2002, 2004 and 2005. Baltimore won in its lone appearance in 2001, and Atlanta lost in its only appearance in 1998.
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