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    Matt's Dad RANDY IN INDY's Avatar
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    NFL Experience/Super Bowl Village in Indy

    Went down last night. Had a great time. Lots of neat stuff and an electric atmosphere in downtown Indy. May go again next Saturday evening. Can't imagine what that will be like! Anyone close enough should give it a go!
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    Re: NFL Experience/Super Bowl Village in Indy

    I am taking the kids Tuesday.

    Any tips?
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    Re: NFL Experience/Super Bowl Village in Indy

    We reserved a parking space on line before we went. I don't know how busy it will be on a week night but it might be a good idea. If you are going to the NFL experience, you might try to get tickets before you go, but it really wasn't too much of a problem. The lines were not bad. Everything on the inside of the NFL Experience is really pricey, including food and drinks. Was a lot of fun, and you'll enjoy it!
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    Re: NFL Experience/Super Bowl Village in Indy

    I went to the one in Detroit a few years ago and had a good time. My only complaint would be that the balls they used were garbage. They were as slick as could be and inflated to about 700 psi, so you were throwing gripless rocks. Hopefully the ones in Indy are better. Otherwise it's a well done program.


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