4 deals from our U.S. site*
* Taxes and fees may be additional.
Source: Stanford University Athletics

The Stanford Cardinal football team kicks off the season over Labor Day weekend against U.C. Davis. Tickets to the home opener and a September matchup against Army are now up to 65% off.

Aug. 30 & Sept. 13
Source: Texas Tech Club

Dine at the members-only Texas Tech Club in the Jones AT&T football stadium, with floor-to-ceiling windows and stunning panoramic views.

June 26, 2014 - Sept. 30, 2014; Tuesday-Saturday
Source: Stanford University

Save up to 65% on tickets to the home opener against UC Davis or a September game against Army

Aug. 30 & Sept. 13
Fridays and Saturdays through Dec. 27
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1 deal from our UK site*
* Taxes and fees may be additional.

Deals are priced in British pounds, include tax and are sourced by our Deal Experts in London and Manchester.

Source: Caribbean Warehouse

Save up to 64% & stay in a villa with a private plunge pool

Select dates 4 Sep-11 Dec; +£100 2 Sep-15 Oct
1 deal from our Canadian site*
* Taxes and fees may be additional.

Deals are priced in Canadian dollars and are sourced by our Canadian Deal Experts. Airfare and air-inclusive vacation or cruise pricing includes taxes; hotel, entertainment, car rental, cruise and Local Deal prices do not include tax, and you may need to pay some tax directly to the provider.

Source: RoundTrip Tours

Watch the Detroit Lions take on the New York Giants under the bright lights of "Monday Night Football," and save 30% on a travel package and game ticket.

Monday, Sept. 8, at 7:10 p.m.; bus pickup times are listed below
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