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Dec 29, 2013; Phoenix, AZ, USA; Overall view of University of Phoenix Stadium during the game between the Arizona Cardinals against the San Francisco 49ers. The 49ers defeated the Cardinals 23-20. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports\

Best Value If You’re Looking To See The Cardinals On The Road In 2014

The Arizona Cardinals found moderate success on the road last season. At 4-4 over eight visiting games, the team certainly has plenty of room to improve this year as the 2014 season begins in less than three months. While any diehard fan flirts with the idea of following their team while on the road, Cardinals faithful looking to travel to the eight road cities on the Arizona Cardinals schedule this year will find several great deals on flights and hotels throughout the season. Using the travel aggregator website Hipmunk.com and departing and returning to the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, fans willing to take to the air to see the Cardinals on enemy turf just may find airfare prices worth pursuing.

After opening the season at home against the San Diego Chargers on September 8, the Cardinals will travel to the Northeast to face the New York Giants at MetLife Stadium on September 14. The cheapest round trip flight departing on the 13th, landing at JFK International Airport and returning to Phoenix on the 15th is currently through airline corporation JetBlue and sees a price $324. One-way tickets both ways are priced at $162.

The Cardinals’ next road game will be played against the Denver Broncos at Sports Authority Field on October 5. The cheapest round trip flight departing the day prior to the game, arriving at Denver International Airport and returning October 6 is $108 through Spirit Airlines, the cheapest round trip airfare to see the Cardinals on the road this season. One-way tickets see an average price of $54 when traveling to Denver or Phoenix that weekend.

The third road game for the Cardinals is October 19 against the Oakland Raiders at the O.co Coliseum. A round trip flight departing on the 18th, landing at the Metropolitan Oakland International Airport and returning on the 20th sees its cheapest price through US Airways at $260. A one-way flight in either direction currently goes for $130.

The Cardinals travel to AT&T Stadium to play the Dallas Cowboys on November 2. The cheapest round trip flight departing on the 1st, arriving at Dallas Love Field Airport and returning on the 3rd is $639 through United Airways, the most expensive round trip ticket to see the Cardinals on the road all season long. The cheapest one-way flight is $320 either way, also through United Airways.

The fifth road game the Cardinals will play will be against the defending Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks at CenturyLink Field on November 23. The cheapest round trip flight departing on November 22, landing at Seattle Airport and returning to Phoenix November 24 is $272 through Alaska Airlines. Cheapest one-way tickets will go for $136, also through Alaska Airlines.

The Cardinals’ next road game will be the following week against Atlanta Falcons at the Georgia Dome on November 30. Cheapest roundtrip tickets for a departure on the 29th, arriving at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport and returning to Phoenix on December 1 is $372 through US Airways. Cheapest one-way tickets currently go for $203 through US Airways as well.

The penultimate road game the Cardinals will play will be against the St. Louis Rams at the Edward Jones Dome on December 11. The cheapest round trip ticket that departs on December 10, arrives at the Lambert-St. Louis International Airport and departs on December 12 is currently $280. One-way tickets start at $140.

The Cardinals will play their final road game against the San Francisco 49ers at Levi’s Stadium on December 28. The cheapest round trip ticket that departs December 27, arrives at San Francisco International Airport and returns on December 29 is $280 through US Airways. Cheapest one-way tickets will start at $147.

For Cardinals fans living outside the Phoenix area and looking to come see a home game in Glendale, you can also book a Phoenix hotel with HipMunk for any weekend this year.  Hotel prices are available for as low as $69 at the Sheraton Phoenix Downtown Hotel, and you’ll be able to find four star stays for under $100 on most weekend nights.

So whether it’s in Phoenix or on the road, there’s no reason you can’t cheer on your Cardinals in 2014!

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  • Richard

    I wonder how much this article was subsidized by the local airlines industry.