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Hall of Fame offer for fans going to Cleveland

Posted by Darren Urban on October 28, 2015 – 10:40 am

For those Cardinals fans making the trek to Cleveland this weekend to watch the Cards play the Browns, the nearby Pro Football Hall of Fame is offering a deal for you.

Any Cardinals fan dressed in team gear who mentions the Cardinals discount to the Hall of Fame’s guest services staff will receive a $5 discount on regular museum adult, senior or child admission prices. The promotion runs from Friday through Monday this weekend. The Hall of Fame is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., although it will extend its hours for Cardinals fans on Saturday until 8 p.m.

The Hall of Fame is in Canton, Ohio, about 50 minutes south of Cleveland. Having been there a few times in my life — including the Cards’ Hall of Fame game trip in 2012 and Aeneas Williams’ Hall induction in 2014, it’s worth the trip if you have the time. For more information, go to profootballhof.com/visit.

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12 Responses to “Hall of Fame offer for fans going to Cleveland”

  1. By Dan on Oct 28, 2015 | Reply

    I went to the Hall of Fame in 2004 as well as the Hall of Fame induction ceremony and game………a side note……..the bathrooms at the Hall of Fame field was an absolute joke and hopefully they updated the restroom……..NO DOOR on the bathroom stall not to mention the stall was about 3 feet high….WOW! …and thats how it was designed, nothing was missing….LOL. I couldn’t believe it.

  2. By Big Ken on Oct 29, 2015 | Reply

    Hate to see our guys nicked up (Brown, Powers), but it will give others a time to shine. Go Card!

  3. By Scott H on Oct 29, 2015 | Reply

    So….I pay what it would cost to travel to Cleveland for this game ( air fare, hotel, game tickets, etc ) and for all of that, I get 5$ off admission to the HOF?? That’s the best they can do for an out-of-towner? Really? Is it me? Am I being less than grateful here?

    Hate to sound like a cheap old buzzard here, but for what it probably cost to get into the HOF, it would seem they could sweeten the deal a little more than that. Anyone else feeling this?

  4. By clssylssy on Oct 29, 2015 | Reply

    Now that we have a team that the whole world is watching, one of our fans picks MNF to steal a football given a child by CJ after a TD??? OMG! Are we becoming “those guys”…the fans every team hates to have in their house because said fans are such A-holes? We all have certain teams that we associate with trash and bottom feeders, but, it usually is because of the obnoxious behavior of their fans and has nothing to do with the play on the field. Too bad one of the many fans trying to talk the football grabbing jerk into doing the right thing, returning the ball to the kid, didn’t take a snap and out him on Twitter!
    The Cards have always been a classy organization and stepped up again in this instance, but really??? have we lost our moral compass and sense of decency? Social media is a powerful tool, and perhaps the Birdgang needs to help out in keeping our fan standards high so our team can be as proud of us, as we are of them!

  5. By Scott H on Oct 29, 2015 | Reply

    It appears Josh McCown’s status for Sunday is in doubt after having his shoulder injured last week against – guess who? – the Rams. Geez, I’m surprised that people who think the Rams try to do this intentionally haven’t been all over this.

    How’s this for a nightmare scenario – McCown starts the game but gets knocked out early, paving the way for Manziel to enter the game. The Cards have been a little flat, maybe taking stupid penalties, maybe giving the ball away a few times, and the score is, consequently, very close. Sound familiar? Sound like 2 weeks ago in a city only one state over from Ohio? And then the absolutely un-thinkable happens – Manziel sparks the Browns and puts a couple of quick TD’s on the board. Suddenly, we are playing from behind and the Browns are feeling the upset. And our last chance fails either because of an INT or an incomplete pass on 4th down. Ball goes back to the Browns. Game over.

    Can’t happen, you say? Maybe. But it wasn’t supposed to happen against a 3rd string QB in Pittsburgh, either.

  6. By clssylssy on Oct 29, 2015 | Reply

    Yes, agree with Scott this could be another trap game from a very physical and tough division and note that the Browns only lost by three to Denver on the road.
    They are hungry and needing to prove themselves to the hometown crowd and are fighting to stay out of last position in their division with the Ravens.
    Meanwhile the Rams are moving up and playing some pretty impressive football so we desperately need to hang on to our lead before hitting the really rough part of our schedule. These games against the AFC North have been the perfect OJT practice (except for the loss in Pitts) for what lies ahead so, we shall see just what we learned from our close call at home last week (and, of course, the switcharoo 3rd QB in Pittsburg, whose right handed mechanics were actually more consistent with Bens)
    This week we need to play with our thinking caps on, leaving our egos at home in Phoenix…Start Strong and don’t let off the gas until the finish line has been crossed!

  7. By bigredcards on Oct 29, 2015 | Reply

    Darren-

    What are your thoughts on Sean weatherspoon since he has starting playing more

  8. By Darren Urban on Oct 29, 2015 | Reply

    bigredcards —

    RE: Weatherspoon

    He hasn’t really played much, other than special teams.

  9. By steve on Oct 29, 2015 | Reply

    Darren: Speaking of Josh McCown, his last second TD pass to Nate Poole to upend the Vikings and knock them out of the playoffs also cost the Cards the 1st pick in the draft that year and a shot at Eli Manning. Had the Cards lost that game do you think Denny Green still would have taken Fitzgerald over Manning with the 1st pick regardless?

  10. By Darren Urban on Oct 29, 2015 | Reply

    Steve —

    RE: No. 1 Fitz

    Fitz thinks maybe so: http://blog.azcardinals.com/2015/10/29/fitzgerald-mccown-cost-me-no-1-overall-spot/

  11. By Dr. G. on Oct 29, 2015 | Reply

    No disrespect Kyle, but lame interview with Riddick…learning NOTHING about our guy… I come here to read about our team…got nothing for LeBron. At the minimum, you could have gotten something we don’t know about Shaq….later

  12. By sbrown on Oct 31, 2015 | Reply

    it was Weatherspoon who jumped off sides on the punt ( which was a good punt for Butler ) , we know how the redo went, punt blocked and a 1 yard TD.
    for a experienced player, a dumb mistake that almost cost the team a win.

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