Official Bucknuts Bowl Trips On Sale Now

Two weeks ago, we began pre-registration for the official Bucknuts Bowl Trips through Premiere Sports Travel. Today, you may now purchase a spot on our special excursion to Ohio State's bowl destination. Click here for full details on this special offer.

Bucknuts Media Network is proud to announce a partnership with Premiere Sports Travel to provide travel packages to Ohio State's latest bowl destination -- the 2006 Fiesta Bowl.

OSU has been selected to face Notre Dame in the Fiesta Bowl on Mon., Jan. 2, in Tempe, Ariz. This would be just the fifth meeting ever between these two tradition-rich college football powers.

We are already hearing how air accommodations and game tickets are going to be very expensive and/or hard to come by. So we have a suggestion -- leave the planning to us.

You may now purchase a spot on the official Bucknuts Bowl Trip. That's right: You can be in Sun Devil Stadium to witness this once-in-a-generation bowl match-up.

These packages include air transportation, hotel accommodations, ground transportation to and from the airport and to and from the game and also game tickets. In fact, packages can be purchased with or without game tickets – allowing those with access to tickets to simply purchase transportation and hotel accommodations.

Premiere Sports Travel has a reputation of offering the best prices available for bowl game travel and their customer service is second to none.

For more information on these special trips, we invite you to click the link below.

We at Bucknuts are excited to be able to provide these bowl packages.

Premiere Sports Travel has a strong reputation.

A year ago, they transported 500 Iowa fans to the Capital One Bowl and also assisted 1,100 Oklahoma fans in making the trek to the national championship game at the Orange Bowl. Both of those trips came off without a hitch and publishers at both the Oklahoma and Iowa sites have recommended the company and are already publicizing bowl packages on their respective sites.

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