San Jose SaberCats: Thrilling Arena Football Action
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The last date listed for San Jose SaberCats was Saturday July 20, 2013 / 7:30pm (vs Philadelphia Soul).
Currently at SAP Center at San Jose
- Full Price:
- $22.00 - $32.00
- Our Price:
- $14.00 - $20.00
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Featured review from Mabel Yuen
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Yesterday I have a new attempt to watch the American football game at HP Pavilion.I got the discount ticket of $8.00 from Gold Star, it was a good seat on the second row of the upper level, next to the TV cameraman. There were indoor fire work to celebrate the Memorial Day, that had surprised the audiences. The cheer leaders look like the Miss America with their beautiful costume and dance. I was impressed on the opening ceremony with the beautiful song of American anthem. If it can add back a prayer that will be perfect for this event. It is too bad that this Country doesn't honor God anymore.
The game was full of excitement and fun atmosphere. The adults brought their young children with face painting and costume. Besides, ample of surprised gifts were given to the audience by the Corporation, such free game tickets, T shirts, pizza box, football etc. by drawing of the special row, and each people on that row could obtain the same gift.
Adult and children were danced by their request in between the game, I especially like the chicken dance. It made me feel to be young again. Ha! Ha! We screamed and made loud noises all the time. It was really fun.
Adult and children were encouraged to play football in the field during intermission. It was a real family event.
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Intro with fireballs, fireworks, Saberkittens, Harley dude, was entertaining. Game was good.
I didn't like cost of beers and very limited selection of food/beer. Most of the food booths at the HP Pavilion were closed and only burgers, dogs, and...continued