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The following is a guest article by Rainier Fuclan.

Valentine's Day Football

It can be difficult to make Valentine's Day plans, especially for an amateur Casanova like myself. For years, I was the guy scurrying around the mall on February 14th, desperately searching for a Valentine's gift for my girl. Then, after finding some trinket to throw in a gift bag, I’d frantically dial restaurants and flip through local entertainment magazines improvising a desperate last-minute date plan.

As men around the country can attest, last-minute Valentine's Day plans often result in a one-way trip to the dog house. So, for the last few years, I let the NFL give me a hand in planning the perfect Valentine's Day.

Stay with me, I’m about to make a lot of sense.

Like most of you, when the Big Game rolls around on February 3rd, I'll be parked on the couch anticipating the final hits, picks and scores of the season. But rather than sleeping on that same couch post-Valentine's, I assign myself small tasks to accomplish throughout the day and knock out all of my Valentine’s planning without breaking a sweat.

All you need to remember are a few key times.


Major onsales this week: Fleetwood Mac, Sting, Rush

Fleetwood Mac, Sting, and Rush all have onsales today or this weekend. Other than that, not really anything else at the moment. I'll keep it updated as they come in.


Average prices at for concert onsales*

Fleetwood Mac $455
Sting $430
Rush $365
  • Fleetwood Mac has several additional onsales this Friday and Saturday for their Live 2013 Tour.
  • Initial onsales for Rush's Clockwork Angels 2013 Tour are today.
  • There are initial onsales today for the second leg of Sting's Back to Bass Tour.

*Average prices are as of 01/28/2013 11:00 AM EST. Prices are not set by and may fluctuate based on market demand. Average prices for concerts and theater shows are for the entire tour/residency.