Sporting Events in Totowa


$25.75 for One Ticket Plus One Pit Pass to Monster Jam at MetLife Stadium on Saturday, June 13, at 7 p.m. ($51.80 Value)

Monster Jam: Path of Destruction

Metlife Stadium

10,000-pound monster trucks leave trails of wreckage as drivers compete for points during this tour of destruction

$51.80 $25.75

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New Jersey Spartans Football Game for Two with Food and Drinks or T-Shirts on March 14 or May 9 (Up to 52% Off)

New Jersey Spartans Football Games

Malcolm X Shabazz High School Athletic Complex

The Spartans begin their 2015 NEAFL spring season with two home games against divisional rivals

$31 $15

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Season Pass for One or Family Pass for Up to Six for Jersey Express Soccer Games at Lubetkin Field (Up to 42% Off)

Jersey Express Soccer

New Jersey Institute of Technology Soccer Stadium

After a historic 2014 season, the defending-conference-champion Express return to Lubetkin Field for a slate of seven home games in 2015

$52.50 $32

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$40 to See the MMA Cage Fighting Series "Battle In The Ballroom" at the Robert Treat Hotel on July 10 ($64.20 Value)

MMA Cage Fighting Series "Battle In The Ballroom"

ROBERT TREAT HOTEL

Rising MMA talent rattles the cage at Fight Club Champion’s “Battle in the Ballroom” on July 10

$64.20 $40

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New York Mets Game at Citi Field. Multiple Games and Promotions, Including Jacob deGrom Garden Gnome and an MLB Tote Bag

New York Mets

Citi Field

The Mets ring in 2015 with a slate of games featuring every NL East opponent; select games feature fireworks and a Jacob deGrom garden gnome

$13 $9

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New York Yankees Game at Yankee Stadium (Up to 54% Off). Multiple Seating Options and Seven Games Available.

New York Yankees

Yankee Stadium

The Yankees swing into the opening stage of the MLB season with games against American League opponents

$48 $22

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Greenwood Lake Air Show for Two, Four, or Six at Greenwood Lake Airport on August 14–16 (Up to 57% Off)

Greenwood Lake Air Show

Greenwood Lake Airport

Annual celebration of aviation and automobiles hosts acrobatic flying performances and vintage hotrods

$50 $25

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  • Inline Skating Club of America
    The Garden State Rollergirls, New Jersey's premiere all-female roller derby league, boasts a roster of over 40 skaters during their seventh season. Equipped with four-wheeled skates, the athletes crush competition during bouts of two 30-minute halves. While designated jammers—typically the fastest skaters—attempt to lap opposing rollers, blockers use a lethal combination of shoulder and hip checks.
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    170 Schuyler Ave.
    North Arlington, NJ US
  • New York Yankees
    The stitching that unites the iconic "N" and "Y" on each Yankees cap also threads together a legacy that stretches back more than a century. Cemented by 27 World Series titles, 40 American League pennants, and a total of 43 alumni in the Baseball Hall of Fame, that legacy has been built on winning, resulting in, among other legends, a batting lineup forever nicknamed "Murderer's Row" and a regular Joe transformed into a joltin' hero. From 1923 to 2008, the team called the original Yankee Stadium—the "House That Ruth Built"—home, making it a daunting task indeed to move 85 years of tradition into a new park without erasing the tracks of history or disturbing the scoreboard's mysterious hieroglyphics. Yet today, the Bronx breezes waft the scent of polyester pinstripes up to the 50,287 blue seats peppering a new facility—christened, appropriately enough, with a world championship in 2009. Even with its up-to-date amenities, including a mammoth 101-foot-wide LED screen towering above center field, the current Yankee Stadium stands as a reminder of the past—especially in Monument Park, where fans can soak up the club's storied saga up until 45 minutes prior to each game.
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    One East 161st Street
    Bronx, NY US
  • D-Dojo/ The School of Modern Japanese Karate
    For more than 20 years, Igor Dyachenko has trained with top coaches around the world and won numerous awards in international competitions. As a former world champion, certified instructor, and founder of D-Dojo Karate, he calls upon those years of experience to fuse classical Japanese karate techniques with modern science, including knowledge culled from biophysics, biomechanics, and reruns of The Bionic Woman. The dojo is a member of the World Karate Federation (WKF) and an official branch of the Shotokan Karate-do International Federation (SKIF), headed by Hirokazu Kanazawa. Dyachenko trained with Kanazawa, a 10th-degree black belt who studied with the creator of Shotokan karate. Dyachenko and his team strive to train students quickly with basic karate techniques known as kihon, kata, and kumite exercises. Children practice exercises through running, jumping, and playing, in order to help develop physical strength, agility, and mental toughness. Dyachenko also used his karate skills and sense of humor to help commemorate the 20th anniversary of Ronald Reagan's "Tear Down This Wall" speech on The Colbert Report.
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    2 W 47th St.
    New York, NY US
  • New Amsterdam Fencing Academy
    John González, founder of New Amsterdam Fencing Academy, brings his skills as a nationally ranked athlete to the piste, where he works with enthusiastic instructors to demonstrate European fencing techniques. He and the coaching corps teach foil, épée, and saber disciplines during classes that take advantage of the group's collective energy. They lead students through progressive learning approaches—group footwork and conditioning, individual lessons, and bouting sessions— in hopes of preparing students for traditional competitions and unconventional kebab parties.
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    2726 Broadway
    New York, NY US
  • Suburbia Roller Derby
    One of New York’s first all-girl, flat-track roller-derby leagues, Suburbia Roller Derby fells female athletes for sport during fast-moving bouts. Adrenaline-pumping roller-derby games run as two-minute races, or jams, between two opposing teams and one swiftly roller-skating rabbit. Skating in laps, each team’s point-scoring jammer tries to bust through three oncoming blockers tailed by a pivot player to maintain the jam’s pace and yaw. The aggressive game bashes blockers and hammers jammers in close proximity to spectators, forcing onlookers to confront their fears of helmets and kneepads.
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    127 North Broadway
    Yonkers, NY US
  • Basketball Stars of NY
    During water breaks when young ballers are relacing their high-tops on the edges of the gym, the coaching staff at Basketball Stars of NY might take a break to goof around on the court; but, for them—former NCAA Division I athletes who’ve spent time in professional leagues throughout the world—goofing around translates to throwing down a vicious tomahawk dunk, effortlessly splashing three-balls through the rim from behind the arc or subtly raising the rims during practice so players think that they're shrinking. No matter the act, these feats typically snag boys' and girls' attention during their private lessons, camps, or weekend programs or clinics. Progamming director and coach David Brown says the coaches' athletic prowess and physicality helps players focus, drawing a clear path between the hard work of practice drills to the payoff of a power dunk. In small groups split by age, skill, and position, coaches instill the value of fundamentals such as ball handling and rebounding. They also break the bad habits of youth, steering players away from the tendency to shoot nothing but threes, dribble with their head down, and fade away on simple 10-foot jumpers.
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    6 West 75th Street
    New York, NY US

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