There’s watching the BCS Championship on a big screen…

01.6.2011 by André Natta · → 1 Comment

2011 BCS Championship logoFrom what we’ve been hearing via various digital outposts, there are no known tickets left for next Monday’s BCS national championship game in Glendale, AZ between Auburn and Oregon. The official word at least is that StubHub doesn’t have any left (or couldn’t guarantee any that are).

What to do? Well, the folks at al.com’s Montgomery bureau have made the best suggestion yet for Auburn or Oregon fans in the region. Those willing to drive over to the Carmike Cinemas Summit 16 at the popular shopping destination on Highway 280 will get a chance to watch the game for free – provided they purchase a concession area combo.

Those who choose to watch the game there should not be complaining about someone blocking their view…

Where do you plan to watch the game (provided the weather cooperates)?

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1 comments
Naomi
Naomi

This would be the perfect kind of thing for the new Edge off Crestwood Blvd in town to do. My family went there last week and they weren't exactly doing great business at the time. I wish they would do some creative things, like showing big sporting events, independent films that no one else is, an occasional $1 or $2 movie, and what not. (The way things are going they could even rent a theater for birthdays/parties at a flat rate and play whatever the person who's renting it wants to see--even if it's a film from the 80s.)