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Score NFL tickets in Toronto for $220

vicky vacay deal of the dayTravel Deal for November 5, 2012

Hey pigskin fans — NFL action is closer than you think!

The Buffalo Bills are going to be crossing the border on December 16, 2012 to play the Seattle Seahawks at Rogers Centre!

With the Buffalo Bills Package from Tourism Toronto it’s easier than ever to watch regular-season NFL games live in Canada. The game could have playoff implications as the surprising Seahawks are in contention for the postseason. This opportunity begins at $220.

Package includes:

  • Hotel accommodations for a minimum of one night
  • Specially priced National Football League game tickets  (VIP, 100 Level Sidelines and 200 Level Sidelines). Recommends Toronto for The Black Hoof

When you visit Toronto to watch the big game, make sure you make a reservation at The Black Hoof.  This outstanding establishment placed fourth on our “Top 50 Restaurants in Canada” list. Not only was The Black Hoof fourth overall in the country, but it was the highest ranking restaurant in Toronto.

Food Critic Renée Suen wrote: “Once a culinary mecca for the offal bits, ‘The Hoof’ as it’s so affectionately called, has soared to new heights now that chef de cuisine Brandon Olsen is at its helm. Although the focus is still on the nasty bits (and they still don’t take reservations), brilliant numbers like Blood Custard and Foie & Nutella have become new signatures beside the standard Tongue on Brioche that its ex-executive chef (Grant van Gameren) made famous. You must order: Foie & Nutella ($25).”

To Book the Buffalo Bills Package: Click here or call 1-800-499-2514.

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