Win Tickets To See The Celtics In The Finals!

CelticsBlog and OptionIt are happy to announce a that we'll be giving away 2 tickets to see the Celtics in the 2010 Finals.  (2 Reserved Corner Lower Level Loge Seats – 1st Home Finals Game the Celtics Host)  In the unlikely event that the Celtics do not make the Finals (you heard me Cavs and Magic fans), we'll provide the winner with opening day tickets for next season.

How to enter the free giveaway:

Step 1: Register a free account with CelticsBlog.  (This offer is valid for CelticsBlog members only)  If you already have an account, skip to step 2.
Step 2: Register a free account with In the signup process, be sure to select "CelticsBlog Promo" from the drop-down menu that reads Referral Site. (see below for screencap)
Step 3: Check CelticsBlog on 2/14 to see if you've won.

That's it. It is that easy.

I know what you are thinking. "But how can you offer tickets to a game that isn't on sale yet and you aren't even sure will involve the Celtics?" I'm glad you asked!

OptionIt is an official partner with the Boston Celtics but they are not a ticket broker. Instead, they offer the option to buy tickets at face value at a future date. They offer options for playoff tickets as well as several key regular season games. So say you want tickets to the 2nd round of the playoffs but you want to make sure you can get tickets without having to pay the marked up rates in the secondary market. You go to OptionIt, buy an option to buy the tickets, and when they go on sale, you have the option to buy them at face value. You can even sell your option to someone else if you like. To learn more about OptionIt and how you can take advantage of their program, visit them at or just look around while you are signing up for the giveaway.

So go sign up and best of luck.

Here's the screencap to show you where you can find the dropdown box to select "CelticsBlog Promo"


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