Football appeals to all kinds of sports fans by combining the speed of hockey, the strategy of chess, and the fierceness of a tired toddler into one intense package. Cheer on tantrum-prone warriors with today’s GrouponLive deal to see a Cincinnati Commandos game at Cincinnati Gardens. Each ticket option is valid for admission to any one Commandos home game during the 2012 regular season. All seating will be in sections 18–25, marked in blue on the seating chart. Choose from the following options:
- For $12, you get an outing for two (a $30 total value), which includes:
- Two tickets (a $24 value)
Two hot dogs (a $3 value each)<p>
- For $24, you get an outing for four (a $60 total value), which includes:
- Four tickets (a $48 value)
Four hot dogs (a $3 value each)<p>
- For $36, you get an outing for six (a $90 total value), which includes:
- Six tickets (a $72 value)
- Six hot dogs (a $3 value each)<p>
After dominating the Continental Indoor Football League the past two years, the two-time defending champion Commandos invade a fresh season and the newly established UIFL during seven home games inside Cincinnati Gardens. Quarterback Tyler Sheehan returns to captain the team’s high-flying offense alongside receiving duo Brandon Boehm and Phillip Barnett, who snag soaring passes and slip through defenses by coating their jerseys in WD-40. Defensively, linemen Terrill Byrd and James Frazier plunge past blockers, and linebacker Tony Longo’s vicious tackles and skill at building barbed-wire fences prevent opposing attacks from crossing the goal line. From blue-section seats, hot-dog-munching Commandos fans can absorb a heated rematch of last season’s championship game against the Blue Racers on April 28 or haze the expansion squad Rampage with heckles on May 12.
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Cincinnati, Ohio 45212