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Would you love to go see Reggie Bush and the New Orleans Saints? Act now and take advantage of deals offered by five Marriott hotels in the area.
updated 11/13/2007 10:22:46 AM ET 2007-11-13T15:22:46

Here, you'll find discounts on a handful of hotels near stadiums hosting popular games.

The Boston Park Plaza Hotel & Towers, $169 per night
The ACC Football package includes a one-night stay in a single or double room at this palatial, 950-room hotel in downtown Boston, which is a member of the Historic Hotels of America, during the weekend of the Boston College versus the University of Miami game for $169.

When: Nov. 23, 24, 2007. By availability.

Details: Tax is an additional $16. Self-parking is an additional $28 per 24-hour period. Breakfast included. No single supplement.

Contact: 800/225-2008, [Use rate code ACC].

The SofiaHotel in San Diego, two tickets plus a two-night stay, $350
The Pacific Life Holiday Bowl package includes two nights lodging in a queen room and two field-level tickets to the NCAA College Bowl game for $350. The hotel is an updating of the former Pickwick Hotel, built in 1926 at the corner of Front Street and Broadway, near the Gaslamp Quarter. It is one of the National Trust Historic Hotels of America.

When: Dec. 26-27, 2007. By availability.

Details: No single supplement. Taxes of 10.5 percent are not included. No breakfast included. No parking included, which is a $15 to $25 per day cost in the area.

Contact: 800/826-0009,

Five Marriott-Brand Hotels in New Orleans, from $179 per night
The Big Easy SaintsSational package offers a pack of three-bottles of New Orleans-brewed Abita Amber Beer, three bottles of spring water, a cooler, breakfast for two, and lodging at one of five participating Marriott-brand hotels in New Orleans: New Orleans Marriott, JW Marriott New Orleans, Renaissance Arts Hotel, Renaissance Pere Marquette, and New Orleans Marriott at the Convention Center.

When: Sundays through Dec. 24, 2007. By availability.

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Details: Tax of 13 percent not included. Parking not included. No single supplement.

Contact: 866/530-3763, [use promotion code ESEJ].

The Westin New York at Times Square, $259 per night
The Football Fanatic package offers a one-night stay on Sunday nights, plus a bucket of beer, for $259 per night.

When: Sundays through Feb. 8, 2008. By availability.

Details: Self-parking of $28 per day not included. Taxes on New York City hotel rooms are 13.375 percent plus $3.50 per room per night. No single supplement.

Contact: 888/627-7149, [Ask for the football rate plan, or enter FOOTBALL as a promotion code.]

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