With less than two weeks before the Super Bowl, consumer advocates are warning people to be on the lookout for scams related to the big game. Rhonda Mettler with the Better Business Bureau says you have to be careful of fake websites that promise Super Bowl merchandise, but never deliver.

Mettler says no matter how much you want to go to Indianapolis for the game, you have to be extremely careful about where you purchase tickets from.  Her advice is to only trust sites like StubHub or Ticketmaster that guarantees a ticket’s authenticity.  And remember, if a deal sounds too good to be true, it probably is.

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  1. Robert Chen says:

    Wow! I just came across a website giving away free Super Bowl tickets! All I had to do was full out a short survey, and it didn’t ask for any personal information. I thought it was a scam at first, but five minutes later, I saw the shipping information for the tickets I had won in my e-mail inbox.

    The site’s still giving out tickets, so if you want to try your luck at it, here’s the site:


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