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Tips From Road Trip Veterans About Your 2014 Trip To Frisco

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Stan Thurlow- Road Trip Veteran: "I would say it's kind of a once in a life time experience, for us it's three times." John Albus- Road Trip Veteran: "It's pretty wild, a lot of tailgating fans." The game sounds fun, but the first battle is getting tickets. Tim Hugelen- Road Trip Veteran: "I think there's going to be a lot more tickets opening up." Hotel rooms in Frisco are all booked up. Thurlow: "A long time ago, like when football season started."

One hotel in Frisco tells us if you call between 10:00 am and 2:00 pm you might catch a cancellation. Thurlow: "You need to act fast, but there are thousands of hotels in that area, that place is built for conventions and sporting events."

Even if it's about a thousand miles, these fans still recommend driving. Albus: "Getting in a good group, and making a road trip out of it." Thurlow: "The bus was very confining, and it took quite a while to get there." While you are packing your bag, you might want to bring more than just tee-shirts. Albus: "A lot of bison gear, maybe a sweatshirt, and a jacket and hopefully it's gets sunny like it did in the prior years."

Advice on food, well you are going to have to find it on your own. Brett Nilles- Road Trip Veteran: "Um.. We went to a the name uh, just on the outside of uhhh." Thurlow:" "What's the name of that place?"

If you can't decide whether you want to make the trip or not, these fans think you should join. Thurlow: "Ya know it just doesn't happen that often, so it's really special to see it in person." Even if you can't get tickets you can watch the game from a bar right across the street from the stadium.

Nilles: "It's beautiful, you can still look around and it's a good time." These fans recommend you decide soon, and act fast.

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