Bullseye Event Group Talks London 2016 Indianapolis Colts Travel Packages with Fox 59

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind, (December 27, 2015) – If you’ve always wanted to go to London, you now have a really good reason to make the trip.

Bullseye Event Group, the Indianapolis Colts official events and travel partner is offering an all-inclusive trip to the game that includes a private chartered plane with a direct flight to London.

The package includes a four nights stay in a top hotel located within walking distance of the NFL’s Fan Zone, an exclusive welcome party and tailgate the day of the game, tickets to see the Colts take on the Jacksonville Jaguars in Wembley Stadium on October 2nd and ground transportation.

Bullseye Event Group says this opportunity to see the Colts in London is a huge event and they designed the package to be a hassle-free way for Blue nation to invade Britain and cheer on the Colts on an international stage.

“You will get on a plane at 9 p.m. in Indianapolis and fly directly to London. When you get off the plane, its 10-11 in the morning. No layovers, no switching planes, no baggage claim. It will never get any easier, especially to get to London on a plane full of Colts fans,” said Kyle Kinnett with Bullseye Event Group.

More than 60 people have already signed on for the trip that’s only been available less than a week.

The double occupancy price which includes a ticket to the game is $3999. For more details on the Colts London 2016 game, click here.

Bullseye Event Group Partners with Indianapolis Colts to Sack Hunger

Bullseye Event Group has partnered with the Indianapolis Colts for the second year in a row to host the tenth annual SACKing Hunger Food Drive, prior to the Colts vs. Buccaneers game on Sunday, November 29. From 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., volunteers will collect canned/non-perishable food items from Colts fans for Gleaners Food Bank of Indiana. Donations will be collected at the Colts Community Collection Stations, presented by Toyota, located outside each Lucas Oil Stadium gate.

All items donated to the SACKing Hunger Food Drive will benefit Gleaners Food Bank of Indiana, an organization that stores and redistributes donated food to more than 350 hunger relief agencies to serve Indiana’s hungry. Fans who donate on Sunday will receive a limited edition poster featuring several Colts players, while supplies last. Monetary donations will also be accepted at each Lucas Oil Stadium Gate or through Gleaners’ Text-to-Give program. Fans can text FEEDING to 27722 to give $10 to GLEANERS FOOD BANK OF INDIANA. Reply to confirm your donation. Msg&Data Rates May Apply. Terms: mGive.org/T

Fans who are not attending the game may donate online to the SACKing Hunger Virtual Food Drive. Through the online drive, individuals may select food items as if they are grocery shopping, and donate them to Gleaners via credit card. This feature will also show the impact of their donation by displaying the number of individuals their donation will help feed. To donate, please visit https://bit.ly/sackinghunger. The virtual food drive will run through November 30, 2015.

How Indianapolis Prepares for Game Day

It’s impossible to go anywhere in Indianapolis without seeing the Colts horseshoe. They’re everywhere: on cars, buildings, shirts, bicycles, phones, pants, houses, flags, and even on tattoos. It’s easy to say Indianapolis football fans only follow the Colts because they’ve had two great quarterbacks back to back. But with the amount of pride the city shows, even in the bad seasons, it’s safe to say Indianapolis has become a football city. And before game day, Indianapolis and Colts fans get a little crazy bleeding blue to show their Colts pride and support their favorite team.


We Believe Colts Sign on a Building in Downtown Indianapolis

It’s become an Indianapolis tradition. Blue Friday. The Friday before a Colts game, fans deck out in their best Colts gear. They get the opportunity to wear blue to work. (Because who doesn’t love to wear a jersey instead of a collared shirt?) Some kids even get to wear a jersey to school instead of their uniform. The Colts organization and sponsors hold giveaways, discounts, and special merchandise to create excited and build hype for that week’s game. All the local news stations and friends get in on the action. It’s also a helpful reminder of when exactly all those Colts games are.

Indianapolis is truly a great sports town. The fans are loyal, informed, and most importantly loud. The noise in Lucas Oil Stadium should take the credit for that last victory against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Right as the Jacksonville kicker was trying to make the would-be game winning goal, the fan’s noise tremendous noise threw the kicker off balance to miss the shot. Colts fans are loud and proud in the stadium and when the party before the game.

Around the city, before the games, there are great parties and tailgates. So if you’re looking for something to do before a Colts game, you’ve got some options. There are parties with the Blue Crew, tailgates in Tailgate Alley, and on Georgia Street. Of course, we recommend the Colts VIP Tailgate Party, but then, we might be bias. We have Colts cheerleaders, past NFL players, and great food at our tailgate. We think it’s pretty great. But, no matter where you celebrate the game in Indy, it’s great to see so many people come out to support the Colts and party before the game. Lucas Oil Stadium holds some awesome game day activities inside the stadium as well if you’re looking for something after you’ve already had your ticket scanned.

As far as pre-game activities go Indianapolis is a pretty great city to be in. Who knows, if you decide to attend a Colts event downtown, you may even get to see the hilarious Colts mascot Blue.

And as always, Go Colts!



Colts vs. Dolphins

The Colts will surely be disappointed to leave the sunny wonderful weather of Indianapolis in December to play the Miami Dolphins in Florida, as the Colts finish up their softer stretch of regular season games.

The Dolphins face the same perpetual problem as the Colts; they both have to overcome the New England Patriots to get anywhere. Since the 2001, the Patriots have gone 66-20 in the Dolphins’ AFC East. That doesn’t leave much room for anyone else.

This season, it’s all about who can make the playoffs besides the Patriots. Buffalo, Miami, and the Jets are all gunning for that same spot. The Dolphins haven’t won a playoff game since they beat the Colts in 2000. If the Dolphins records don’t start to turn around, newer guys like VP Mike Tannenbaum and Dennis Hickey, could be let go. But, it’s been the Patriots show for a long while now, and it doesn’t seem to be going anywhere.

To combat this problem, Dolphins picked up Ndamukong Suh, in big-ticket, offseason move. With him they’re building something of a formidable defense. Watch for the rookie linebacker Zach Vigil to add young talent to the line. And don’t forget to watch out for Brent Grimes, CB, who’s made the pro-bowl the past two years. The Dolphins are hoping that the presence of a few good players will create a ripple effect through the rest of the team.

But, by the time the end of the season rolls around, most coaches will be more focused on keeping their players healthy for the playoffs. With Miami’s big off-season moves, they’re looking to make it past the scheduled sixteen games. So, these last couple matchups will determine who’s stays healthy to play post-season, and if the Dolphins might even make it to post-season.

The Indianapolis Colts will play the Miami Dolphins the Sunday after Christmas, on the 27th. The 2015 Colts v Dolphins game will be broadcast on CBS. Kickoff starts at 1:00 p.m. at Sun Life Stadium in Miami. If you’d like to go support the Colts down in Miami, you can buy Colts vs Dolphins tickets.


Colts vs. Steelers

Two years in a row, the Indianapolis Colts will have to play the Pittsburgh Steelers at home. That hurts. Most predictions for the Colts put them at 12-4. One of those losses gets chalked up to the Steelers.

Ben Roethlisberger is a pretty good quarterback. He doesn’t often let anyone forget that. Take for instance, the last time the Colts played the Steelers. Steelers outscored the Colts 51-34. That game showed just how dependent the Colts are on cornerback Vontae Davis. And it makes the whole of the Colts defense look pretty precarious.

For a traditionally defense-oriented team, the Steelers have been inadequate as of late. They’ve tried to compensate for this by choosing defensive players in the draft. In the first round, Steelers chose linebacker Bud Dupree. He’s a linebacker with speed and pass-rush capabilities. The Steelers two cover corners, Senquez Golson and Doran Grant, could also be good this season. These new guys have potential, if they could stay uninjured.

The Colts have almost as much trouble defending against the Steelers as they do the Patriots.  If the Colts lose another good player on defense or don’t play up to potential, no matter how high they score, it won’t be enough.

The Colts face the Steelers in week 13 of their NFL season. The game should be a cold one. It’s in Heinz Field Pittsburgh PA, December 6th. Sunday Night Football, baby.

Kickoff is slated to start at 8:30 p.m. That game will be broadcast on NBC. If you want to go watch that game, you can still purchase Colts vs Steelers tickets.


Game Recap: Indianapolis Colts vs. Tennessee Titans

Did that win seem lucky? It feels as though the Indianapolis Colts got away with something this week. Even though they defeated the Tennessee Titans 35-33, and gained their first win of the season, Colts fans aren’t left imbued with a sense of confidence.

But, this was the sort of football fans have been expecting for weeks now. A high-scoring, nail-bating, we need heart medication, fun to watch game. Two early touchdowns put the Colts ahead at the half. Then, the third quarter turned disastrous. Because Titans’ rookie quarterback Marcus Mariota plays a good game.

The Titans came back to score 17 unanswered points in the third quarter. At this point, the prophecies of doom started. The Colts were down 27-14 with little time left on the clock. The rhythm of the offense seemed an illusion. All the same problems and doubts about the Colts management, about the hype, about the prowess of the offense came to head. Fans left early, people turned off the game out of frustration.

But, old Captain Comeback, Andrew Luck, decided to make his valiant return. Two touchdown passes from Andrew Luck came in the fourth quarter, just 56 seconds apart. Both fabulous. Those last two drives of the game, the Colts had no penalties. With just under seven minutes left in the game Luck completed what looked like the first real, solid, offensive drive of the season, moving the ball 98 yards before hitting rookie Phillip Dorsett for a 35 yard touchdown pass. Then, seconds later Luck found Donte Moncrief, who might be a good sleeper pick fantasy football fans, for another TD.

Tennessee tried to tie the game at the end with a two point conversion, but were stopped by the Colts defense at the goal line. And the Colts solidified themselves as the head of their division again. With a secondary so far into the reserves, the Colts were starting to hire off the street, it was a nice surprise when the defense stepped up like they did. Twice.

The Colts kept fighting and stayed in the game play-by-play. The team was still plagued with penalty calls, a lack of possession time, and, well, mistakes. The Colts allowed 433 yards. They failed to put a significant amount of pressure on Mariota. He had time in the pocket to make perfect throws and not feel threatened. But, at the same time, penalties are something that can be fixed, so maybe Colts fans shouldn’t be that worried about them.

This Sunday’s game against the Jacksonville Jaguars should give fans an opportunity to watch the Colts beat a team into dust, which is always fun. Colts plays the Jags on October 4th at 1:00 p.m. in Lucas Oil Stadium.

Come party with us before the game at our VIP Tailgate, just two blocks from Lucas Oil Stadium. We have Colts cheerleaders and visits from past Colts players, along with great food and drinks. VIP Colts Tailgate Tickets for individuals or corporate groups are available. As are Indianapolis Colts tickets for the rest of the season’s games.

Game Recap: Indianapolis Colts vs. New York Jets

This game… this game was hard to watch. The Indianapolis Colts were supposed to be Super Bowl contenders. Instead, they looked like a bunch of fumbling, over-hyped superstars. The New York Jets beat the Colts 20-7 on their own turf.

The Colts are now 0-2 for the second year in a row. They haven’t scored in the first half of either of those two games. They’ve stored up this surplus players on offense and yet they couldn’t seem to score. They’ve have ten giveaways in first two games this season.

So what happened? And how do we explain the loss this week?

The Jets defense looked good. The only time it didn’t was when the Colts were on a run. For about ten minutes, passes were going where they were supposed to, and something called rhythm appeared for the Colts offense. Until another mistake piled on top of all the other blunders of the game. The Jets defense, though, give them credit, went after the passers, forced turnovers, sped up Luck’s clock, and hit him left, right, and center. Jets stopped the run game from gathering momentum, and capitalized on the Colts numerous penalties. To top it off, Derrelle Revis had a fantastic game, unlike almost anyone on the other side

The Colts were down players. Neither Darius Butler nor D’Joun Smith played, Vontae Davis got a concussion, and Greg Toler was out. Injuries mean a lot of new faces appeared, with a lot to prove, and not a lot of experience to back it up. Hello to Jalil Brown and the third, fourth, and fifth string cornerbacks. But those weren’t the guys making the costly mistakes.

Andrew Luck, in his 50th start for the Colts, threw three interceptions. He was sloppy, under duress, and never seemed to have a clean pocket. But, he’s put up with pressure before, he just played poorly. Actually, with four turnovers, he played worse than poorly. After the game, a frustrated Luck spoke to the press “I’d like to think we have a fair bit of improvement to make.” Luck himself noted that the Colts shot themselves in the foot with penalties and turnovers.


Frank Gore, 11-year veteran, football player, fumbled the ball on the one-yard line. And Adam Vinatieri missed a field goal. They just didn’t have it. And Indianapolis fans felt that. The fans in an unusual display of aggressiveness, booed the offense. It was a somber, empty atmosphere by the time the game finished. Because the Colts weren’t fun to watch.

But amid the lingering questions about Chuck Pagano and GM, Ryna Grigson’s power battles, T.Y. Hilton’s knee, the screws falling loose in Lucas Oil Stadium, and Robert Mathis’ effectiveness, the question we really want answered is – do you pronounce it Phillip Door-Set or Door-Sit?

If you’d like to see the Indianapolis Colts season improve this year, you can buy Colts tickets to see them in action for the whole season. And don’t forget to come to the best pre-game party, our VIP Colts Tailgate before every Colts home game.

Super Bowl 50 Favorites: You Called It, the Indianapolis Colts

Several large football news organizations are betting the Indianapolis Colts to win, or at least be a part of Super Bowl 50. The Colts have entered into the swirl of names that get thrown around to make a deep playoff run. They’re there with the Patriots, Seahawks, Packers, Broncos and Cowboys.


Andrew Luck Meets Aaron Rodgers



Way back in March Colts were Vegas odds favorites to win Super Bowl 50. More recently, the CBS Prediction Machine simulation has Packers over Colts in Super Bowl 50. USA Today makes a good point. They bring up the fact that each year coaching with the Colts, Coach Pagano and Andrew Luck have gotten farther and done better. So, if that patterns holds, this year they’ll be in Super Bowl 50. Even the International Business Times listed the Colts as one of the main favorites.

But what does all this hype mean? Pretty much just that. It’s hype. It’s early in the year. All these predictions are looking at last year’s team, but the Colts have changed since then. All these predictions really say is that the Colts did well last year, they’re expected to do well again, watch out everyone else.

More importantly, the Colts will continue to either grow or get hurt over the course of the season. By becoming early prohibitive favorites, the Colts lose their underdog, under the radar status.

If you’d like to see the Colts live in action, buy Indianapolis Colts Tickets and see them play in Lucas Oil Stadium and on the road.

Colts v. Broncos: You’ll Want Colts Tickets for this Game

It’s the game to determine whether or not Andrew Luck, will ever be able to beat the great Peyton Manning. Given Manning’s age, this might be the last time Peyton enters Lucas Oil Stadium. It would be fitting to watch the next dynasty monument, Andrew Luck, beat Peyton. It should be a metaphorical passing of the torch. Right? Indianapolis Colts vs. Denver Broncos. It’s gonna be tough.


Peyton Manning meeting Andrew Luck


Broncos Coach Gary Kubiak is trying out his new offense. He’s diversifying the plays to take some pressure off Peyton. So, there’s a bit more focus on the run, led by the always improving RB, CJ Anderson. That run is supposed to be quick drives and a fast push down the field. This move toward a run game could spell trouble for the Colts, who occasionally, only every once in a while, have no ability to stop a run game.

The Broncos are good overall again this year, especially their defense, which means they’ll make it to the playoffs. So, Kubiak’s playing this smart. Taking the pressure off his veteran players means they’ll have a little something left come postseason.

The Broncos are still good because they’re lead by one of the best quarterbacks to play the game, even if he’s old and having a bad year. And they’re balanced, ranking second in passing yards allowed. Kubiak is taking a chance on three new guys on the o-line, who combine for a grand total of zero NFL starts. Ty Sambrailo, Max Garcia, and Matt Paradis. Fostering new talent is the way to build a team, but rookies are always a bit more fun to watch.

Peyton, will always be an Indianapolis Colt. He’ll be back to play in the house he built, maybe for the last time. Colts fans will always be partial to the man who made the Colts. It’s a big game to watch. Peyton and co. will be back at Lucas Oil Stadium for week nine in downtown Indianapolis on November 8th. Game starts at 4:25 p.m. Broadcast on CBS. Our VIP Tailgate starts at 1:00 p.m. You’ll want to go to this one. Tickets to the Colts vs. Bronocs game are also still available.


Super Bowl 50 Travel Packages and Ticket Information

Are you ready for some football?! Bullseye Event Group is excited announce its three Super Bowl 50 packages choose from for the big game in San Francisco! We’re pretty excited, and you should be too. Choose from either a three or four night stay in sunny San Francisco. Check them out below!


The Buchanan Hotel Package:


The Buchanan San Francisco Buchanan Hotel Interior


The Buchanan is ideally situated in one of the most exciting pulse-points of San Francisco. You’ll find The Buchanan where three dynamic neighborhoods – Japantown, the Fillmore District and Lower Pacific Heights – all converge in one intoxicating travel trifecta. Filled with boutiques, michelin-starred restaurants, indie cinemas, and more. The Buchanan, oozes personality with touches like chandeliers rendered from vintage whiskey bottles and private spaces, including the intimate patio.

The Buchanan Hotel Package Includes:

  •   Deluxe accommodations at The Buchanan hotel for three (3) nights: Friday, February 5 – Sunday February 7, 2016.
  •    Upper Level End Zone to Corner Ticket to Super Bowl 50, February 7th 2016 (ticket upgrades available).
  •    Admission into The Players Super Bowl Tailgate pre-game party with 20+ current /active NFL players in attendance.
  •    Pre-game Super Bowl Tailgate party held Sunday, 11:00am – 4:00pm, with open premium bar and a 5-star food menu prepared by Guy Fiere.
  •    The Super Bowl Players Tailgate is located outside of the stadium, within walking distance to the game.
  •    Super Bowl gift bag.
  •    Private motor coach round trip game day transportation to Levi Stadium.

More details are here.
Park Central Hotel Package:

Park Central Hotel Park Central Hotel

Looking to just hang out and relax and take in Super Bowl weekend? Centrally located in SOMA District, with exceptional service and an inherent commitment to hospitality, Park Central is the ideal hotel for Super Bowl 50 weekend. You don’t have to leave Park Central, enjoy a drink at the contemporary hotel bar or relax in the beautiful indoor lounge and on nice days and evenings take in the outdoor terrace.
The Park Central Hotel Package Includes:

  •    Deluxe accommodations at the Park Central for three (3) nights: Friday, February 5 – Sunday February 7, 2016.
  •    Upper Level End Zone to Corner Ticket to Super Bowl 50, February 7, 2016 (ticket upgrades available).
  •    Admission into The Players Super Bowl Tailgate pre-game party with 20+ current /active NFL players in attendance.
  •    Pre-game Super Bowl Tailgate party held Sunday, 11:00am – 4:00pm, with open premium bar and a 5-star food menu prepared by Guy Fiere.
  •    The Super Bowl Players Tailgate is located outside of the stadium, within walking distance to the game.
  •    Super Bowl gift bag.
  •    Private motor coach round trip game day transportation to Levi Stadium.

More details here.
Marriott Marquis San Francisco Hotel Package:

Looking out at San Francisco from inside the Marriott The Marriott Marquis - Super Bowl 50 Hotel


The Downtown San Francisco Marriott Marquis Hotel exudes an essence of modern luxury and the convenience of an extraordinary hotel in downtown San Francisco, CA. Just south of Market Street, this hotel in the SOMA district is next to the Moscone Convention Center and steps away from the Yerba Buena Gardens, renowned museums and cultural attractions, world-class shopping on Union Square, and AT&T Park, home of the San Francisco Giants. Enjoy inspiring penthouse views and cocktails at The View Lounge, bites and beverages at Bin 55 and breakfast daily at Mission Grille.

The Marriott Marquis Package Includes:

  •    Deluxe accommodations at the Marriott Marquis for four (4) nights: Thursday, February 4 – Sunday February 7, 2016.
  •    Upper Level End Zone to Corner Ticket to Super Bowl 50, February 7, 2016 (ticket upgrades available).
  •    Admission into The Players Super Bowl Tailgate pre-game party with 20+ current /active NFL players in attendance.
  •    Pre-game Super Bowl Tailgate party held Sunday, 11:00am – 4:00pm, with open premium bar and a 5-star food menu prepared by Guy Fiere.
  •    The Super Bowl Players Tailgate is located outside of the stadium, within walking distance to the game.
  •    Super Bowl gift bag.
  •    Private motor coach round trip game day transportation to Levi Stadium.

More details here.

Contact us to request Super Bowl 2016 package pricing, or for information on Super Bowl 50 travel packages and hotelsSuper Bowl tailgate party access, and Super Bowl game day tickets. Hope you have a great time celebrating Super Bowl 50!

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