New Orleans Saints Caesars Superdome Parking Passes

Posted by | October 11, 2021.

New Orleans Saints Gameday Parking Passes At Caesars Superdome

New Orleans Saints Game Tickets, Parking Passes And VIP Tailgate Tickets

Posted by | October 1, 2021.

When the Saints go marching into the Caesars Superdome, you know you’re in for a good time. Fans regularly pack the stands to see the New Orleans Saints in action, and in the hopes they’ll be part of a winning season. And with the Saints’ record over the past thirty years, their fans are looking at pretty good odds—since 1987, the Saints have made fourteen playoff appearances. Oh, and they won the 2009 Super Bowl. Pretty good, right? If you’re looking to have a rip-roaring good time in New Orleans, treat yourself to some beignets, a bowl of gumbo, and tickets to a New Orleans Saints game on StubHub! You’ll be glad you did, trust us.

New Orleans Saints Game Tickets

New Orleans is known for its incredible food, good times and the Saints. We have taken all of that and put it into one offering. If you are a diehard Saints fan and you want a luxurious tailgating experience with an incredible food experience, you’ll want to check out our very own VIP Saints Pre-Game Tailgate. Located at the Benson Tower overlooking Champions Square and directly next to the Caesars Superdome.

Located on the 5th floor is home of Saints VIP Tailgate hospitality equipped with a rooftop lounge overlooking Champions Square with spectacular views of the Superdome.

Saints VIP Tailgate Tickets

The Saints are a team that can light up a scoreboard in a hurry thanks to one of the most prolific offenses in the game, making them a difficult team to matchup against as they hope to take a step forward and get back into the mix in the NFC playoff picture. The NFC South comes with some significant challenges, though that’s part of the fun as the Saints routinely clash against many of the other powerhouse teams around the National Football League.

Of course, all you have to do is take a look at the schedule and you’ll see for yourself that there are all kinds of ways to see the Saints in their element this time around. Home games at Caesars Superdome are cultural events that go well beyond just another football game, making it always a good idea to keep your eye on the calendar to make sure that you don’t miss a big game that is sure to have everyone around The Big Easy talking. Against divisional rivals like the Bucs, Panthers and Falcons, there is sure to be an epic atmosphere at the Superdome.

But even though the actual game is the centerpiece of the experience, the action actually starts a long time before kick-off, as fans start pouring into the parking lot hours beforehand to get game day started on the right foot as the Saints look to keep the pressure on the rest of their NFC South foes. It’s in the hours leading up to the game at the VIP Tailgate that you’ll really get to see what New Orleans football is all about, as you’ll find yourself in sync with the Saints fan base in a way that you never could from home no matter how hard you try.

With the Saints hoping to pull together and get right back into the mix for the playoffs, there has never been a better time to see the action first-hand as the Saints take aim at the postseason.

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Catch up on all the latest news of Louisana’s finest, the New Orleans Saints

Posted by | September 21, 2021.

Catch up on all the latest news of Louisana’s finest, the New Orleans Saints

If you’re the type of person who likes to party and is always up for a good time, then New Orleans is the city for you. Located on the Mississippi River and near the Gulf of Mexico, it is often referred to as the “Big Easy” and is well renowned for its vibrant culture and crazy nightlife. The food is amazing, the bars are jam-packed, and the people are friendly and welcoming to all. It might not have the big status of Los Angeles or New York, but it’s much more fun than either of those places will ever be.

If sports are your thing, then New Orleans will certainly be able to cater to your needs. Founded in 2002, the New Orleans Pelicans are a basketball team that play their home games at the Smoothie King Center, and are one of the 30 teams in the NBA. They haven’t qualified for the playoffs since the 2017/18 season, but they still draw quite the crowd for their home games, and coach Stan Van Gundy is hoping to get them competing at the top level in the next few seasons.

Rugby is usually associated with countries like England, Wales or Scotland, but there is a professional Rugby League in the United States, Major League Rugby. The New Orleans Gold, or often shortened to NOLA Gold, are one of the 12 teams who compete in the league, since their inception in 2017. The 2021 season was held between the end of March and the middle of July, and the Gold had a good record, winning 10 of their 16 games. However, they just missed out on making it to the playoffs, as they finished third in the Eastern Conference behind Rugby ATL and Rugby United New York, with only the top two from each conference making it through to the post-season.

While these teams are certainly fun to watch, if you’re coming to New Orleans to watch sport, it will undoubtedly be for the New Orleans Saints. Founded in 1966 and joining the NFL as an expansion team in 1967, they are one of only two franchises to win their sole Super Bowl appearance, which happened in February 2010. The final was helped at the Sun Life Stadium in Miami, Florida, with the Saints up against the Indianapolis Colts. The Saints made the whole thing look easy, with the final score 31-17 in their favour.

Are the Saints in a position to make it to the Super Bowl again this year? Fans of sports betting have been looking for all the latest NFL lines on their betting apps to see what kind of odds they’ll get. We’ll examine what happened last season, to see if it can give us an idea of what to expect this year.

Good, but not great, in the 2020 campaign

Of course, the COVID-19 pandemic affected sports teams all over the world, including in the NFL. The Superdome, which can hold nearly 75,000 people for a Saints home game, was not filled to capacity at times last season. However, this didn’t seem to affect the Saints players too much, as they only lost two games at home all season, to the Green Bay Packers and to the Kansas City Chiefs, two sides who made it very deep into the playoffs.

The Saints made it to the playoffs themselves, toping the NFC South division with a 12-4 record. In fact, their regular-season results placed them ahead of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who would go on to win that year’s Super Bowl.

They overcame the Chicago Bears 21-9 in the Wild Card round, but in the Divisional they were no match for Tom Brady and his Buccaneers, losing 20-30 at the Superdome.

Pre-season results a good omen for the Saints?

There was an eight-month gap between the last game of the 2020/21 campaign and the first preseason game for the Saints, which in any sport would have felt like a decade. The point of these preseason games is to slowly get back up to speed and try out some new tactics, to see what works and what doesn’t.

The first game showed a lot of work had to be done, as they lost 17-14 to the Baltimore Ravens. However, things improved considerably in their next fixture, where they overcame the Jacksonville Jaguars 23-21. Two preseason games are not much to go on, but at least they went into the regular season with a win under their belt.

A good start, with better things to come?

The opening game saw them brush aside the Green Bay Packers with ease, with the final score 38-3. There is always room for improvement, and the Saints have two tough upcoming fixtures away from the Superdome, against the Carolina Panthers and the New England Patriots. Can they continue their winning ways and make it to the playoffs again this season? Signs look good, but with so many games left to play, we’ll have to wait to find out.

All the latest New Orleans Saints news

Posted by | September 21, 2021.

All the latest New Orleans Saints news

When people think of the major US cities, the ones that will often spring to mind first will be New York, Los Angeles, or San Francisco. These places are frequently seen in film and television, so much so that people often feel like they could grasp walking around them for the first time without a map, given the familiarity.

After that, Las Vegas, Chicago, or Boston would also be high up the list, as they too often appear on our screens. Each of these places has its own individual charms and would be on many people’s bucket lists of places to visit, if they ever were to organise a road trip across North America.

A city that isn’t spoken off nearly enough, but certainly should be on everyone’s list to visit at least once before they die, is New Orleans. Situated in the South, it is off the beaten track, in a state (Louisiana) that most people wouldn’t go to unless they had a specific reason. They are the ones truly missing out.

New Orleans is a city rich in history. Nicknamed the “Big Easy” it is known for its vibrant live music scene, and its amazing food, which mixes French, African and American cultures. If you’ve heard of New Orleans, it’s probably because of Mardi Gras, the carnival which is famous for its fabulous parades.

Unfortunately, it has been in the news quite recently due to the hurricanes that have swept through there. Many houses were destroyed, and the damage is expected to take years to repair. This isn’t the first time New Orleans has suffered adverse weather either, as in 2005 Hurricane Katrina devastated the city, with many people losing their lives, as well as their homes. The Superdome, where the New Orleans Saints play their games, was used to house those who had been hit the hardest, and the stadium is now synonymous with Katrina, as well as the Saints.

The 2021 NFL season has begun, with the Saints beginning their campaign in front of a packed crowd at the Superdome. The new NFL season always brings excitement to fans, as well as those looking for the best NFL odds to place bets on the sport. Will this be a great season for the Saints? Will they make the playoffs again? Let’s see how they started, to see if we can tell.

Strong start to get the new season underway

Every coach or manager will preach the idea that starting a season brightly is absolutely essential. It builds momentum straight away, and it means both the players and the fans are optimistic about what can be achieved, instead of having a negative attitude.

The first game of the new season for the New Orleans Saints was a potentially tricky one, against the Green Bay Packers. The Packers had the best record in the NFC last year and made it all the way to the NFC Championship, where they lost in a close match to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who of course would go on to be Super Bowl champions.

On paper, this looked like a very even game, but in reality, it was anything but. By half-time, the Saints were already 14-3 up, showing a ruthless streak that hasn’t always been present in the last few seasons. From there, things got even better, with seven more points scored in the third quarter, and another 14 in the fourth. All the while, the Packers were not able to add any more, with the game ending 38-3 in the Saints favour. The Packers players and management came out with quotes after the game using words such as embarrassed and humiliated, whereas the mood in the Saints camp was the polar opposite.

Will winning ways continue?
An often-used phrase in sport is you are only as good as your last result. Meaning that there is no point getting too carried away with just one game, as soon enough there will be another one coming up, and without 100% focus things can quickly turn from good to bad.

The upcoming games see the Saints travelling to Carolina to take on the Panthers, before then heading further north to take on the New England Patriots. The Panthers edged past the New York Jets in their first game, whereas the Patriots were unlucky to lose by a single point against the Miami Dolphins. The Panthers, like the Saints, will want to continue their winning ways, while the Patriots will be keen to change their fortunes. Neither of these games will be easy, especially as both will be played away from the Superdome.

The last (and only) Super Bowl victory for the Saints was in 2010. Could 2021 see them victorious come the end of February? At this early stage,, it is very hard to tell, but if they keep playing the way they can, then the sky is the limit.

Play Catch With Drew Brees For Charity (Drew Brees Experience)

Posted by | September 16, 2021.



Now’s your chance! Join Drew Brees on the field in San Diego for an afternoon of BBQ and fun in the Spring of 2022, where YOU will line up as his WR for a memorable moment – all caught on camera by a mobile photography lab! Drew will even personalize and sign the photo of your epic TD pass.

Drew Brees Experience Video

Dates:

– Experience to occur on a Saturday or a Sunday within the following date range: February 7 – May 31, 2022.

Additional Details:

Price: $3,100.00 per pass (Charitable Contribution)

– Valid for 2 people – 1 pass, 2 guests.

Duration: The event will last about 2-3 hours.

– The event will take place on a Saturday or Sunday between February 7 and May 31, 2022

– The date will be announced in early 2022 so you can plan accordingly.

– $500 travel voucher included!

Rules & Regulations:

– Experience cannot be resold or re-auctioned.

– Cannot be transferred.

– Travel and accommodations are not included.

– Additional blackout dates may apply.

Click HERE to buy your pass and secure your spot on the field! Why miss this chance to show all your friends you caught a TD pass from Drew Brees?

Play Catch With Alvin Kamara For Charity

Posted by | September 16, 2021.



Now’s your chance! Join Alvin Kamara on the field in New Orleans for an afternoon of BBQ and fun in the Spring of 2022, where you will line up as his QB for a memorable moment – all caught on camera by a mobile photography lab! Alvin will even personalize and sign the photo of your epic TD pass.

Dates:

– Experience to occur on a Saturday or Sunday within the following date range: February 7 – May 31, 2022.

Additional Details:

Price: $1,500.00 per pass (Charitable Contribution)

– Valid for 2 people – 1 pass, 2 guests.

Duration: The event will last about 2-3 hours.

– The event will take place on a Saturday or Sunday between February 7 and May 31, 2022

– The date will be announced in early 2022 so you can plan accordingly.

Rules & Regulations:

– Experience cannot be resold or re-auctioned.

– Cannot be transferred.

– Travel and accommodations are not included.

– Additional blackout dates may apply.

Charities supported with each purchase:

– After the Impact

– CMA Foundation

– God’s Love We Deliver

– LBX Sports Inc

– The Valerie Fund

– Chance For Life

– Ellis Marsalis Center

– James Beard Foundation

– Luanne Elise Foundation

– Tunnel to Tower Foundation

Click HERE to buy your pass and secure your spot on the field! Why miss this chance to show all your friends you threw a TD pass to Alvin Kamara?

Saints Hall of Fame Induction Luncheon November 5th 2021

Posted by | September 5, 2021.

Following a one-year hiatus, the 32nd Annual Saints Hall of Fame Induction Luncheon is now set for Friday, November 5 at noon at the Jefferson-Orleans North, 2600 Edenborn Ave. in Metairie.

Super Bowl XLIV era stars Jahri Evans and Roman Harper are set for induction while long-time New Orleans Saints radio broadcaster Marco Garcia, who started the team broadcasts in Spanish, will receive the Joe Gemelli Fleur de Lis award.

The trio were chosen by the Saints Hall of Fame Media Selection Committee in 2020 but the induction was delayed by the emergence of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Tickets are $500 for a table of 10 or $50 per person.
To reserve your spot, send your check, made out to Saints Hall of Fame, to P.O. Box 640394, Kenner, LA 70064-0394 or call (504) 471-2192 or email saintshalloffame@yahoo.com.

Vaccination of Negative PCR Test Required

Posted by | September 5, 2021.

The city of New Orleans requires all ticket holders, guests and staff ages 12 or above to either 1) provide proof of at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine that has received full approval or emergency use authorization from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration or the World Health Organization or 2) show evidence of a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken no more than 72 hours prior to entry.

Fans may present their verified digital proof of vaccination (LA Wallet or other official government sanctioned app) or an original, digital photograph or photocopy (both sides) of their CDC vaccination card. They may also present an official vaccination record issued by another state, foreign nation or the WHO.

Military Discounts At Harrahs New Orleans For Saints Home Games

Posted by | August 14, 2021.

Planning a trip to New Orleans and going to watch a Saints game in the newly renovated Caesars Superdome?

What a perfect vacation combination to stay at a Caesars Entertainment hotel, Harrahs of New Orleans.

Also don’t forget your Saints tickets and a ticket to the official Saints VIP Tailgate party.

Caesars Rewards values the courage and sacrifice of United States active-duty military personnel and veterans.

That is why Caesars Rewards and ID.me have proudly partnered to provide year-round hotel discounts to these heroes who verify their identity through ID.me.

Get up to 30% off online hotel reservations at Caesars Rewards destinations by booking now.

New Orleans Saints VIP Tailgate

Posted by | August 8, 2021.

New Orleans is known for its incredible food, good times and the Saints. We have taken all of that and put it into one offering. If you are a diehard Saints fan and you want a luxurious tailgating experience with an incredible food experience, you’ll want to check out our very own VIP Saints Pre-Game Tailgate. Located at the Benson Tower overlooking Champions Square and directly next to the Caesar Dome.

Located on the 5th floor is home of Saints VIP Tailgate hospitality equipped with a rooftop lounge overlooking Champions Square with spectacular views of the Superdome.

Bullseye Event Group is the Official Tailgate Partner of the New Orleans Saints. In 2005, Bullseye began building the hospitality side of our business. We have always offered hospitality, but in 2005 we had the vision to begin providing once-in-a-lifetime hospitality. Bullseye Event Group staked its claim as the premier hospitality provider for sporting events all around the world. From multiple NFL teams VIP Tailgates to Gate 6 Hospitality at the Masters and The Players Tailgate at the Super Bowl we are proud to be the industry leader in hospitality.

VIP Tailgate Features:

– Located NEXT TO Caesars Superdome @ the Benson Tower (5th floor, overlooking Champions Square)

– Home of WWL Radio Fans First Take live broadcast.

– Music Headliner DJ Digital

– Open, top-shelf cocktail bar

– Open beer and wine bars featuring bottled beer and bottled wine.

– Open three hours prior to kickoff

– Food Network Celebrity Chef Aaron May created premium buffet

– Each home game Food Network Celebrity Chef Aaron May will collaborate with Scot Craig of NOLA’s restaurant favorite Katies & Francesca’s to collaborate an incredible food experience for your Saints game day experience.
Menu to include your favorite New Orleans foods, Gumbo, Etouffee, Jambalaya, Red Beans & Rice, Po Boy’s. Assorted hot sauce bar and hand tossed farmers market salads and passed entrees of gourmet cheeseburgers. Minor menu changes periodically.

– Brunch Station for morning games features cheesey egg scramble or frittata, gourmet waffle bar, bacon, sausage and breakfast pastries. Snack station with crispy tortilla strips, salsa, quest dip, soft pretzel bites, house made potato chips with carmelized onion dip. Southwest eggs and cheese croissant sliders. Buffalo, BBQ, and spicy garlic grilled wings. Roasted pork loin with mac and cheese, roasted vegetables and cheese and herb grits. Bloody Mary Bar with tajin, sriracha, worchestire, Slim Jim’s, olives, lemon and lime wedges, celery, pepperoncini and fresh jalapeño.

– Refreshments from Coca-Cola.

– All ages are welcome.

– Visits from Saintsations and Saints Alumni.

– Official tailgate to the Who Dat Nation Fan Club “The Big Easy Mafia

– Climate controlled lounge seating with soft leather couches inside, outdoor patio overlooks Champions Square

– ESPN broadcasts of NFL Gameday.

– Live auction on amazing signed New Orleans Saints memorabilia.

New Orleans Saints 2021 Schedule

Posted by | May 13, 2021.

Drew Brees Commemorative Patch

Posted by | March 25, 2021.

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The limited edition commemorative jersey patch to honor Drew Brees, a legend in the New Orleans Saints community.

~ 4”x3” Horizontal Embroidered Patch

~ Both Iron On or Sew On (can be ironed on with clothes iron)

Purchase One Here

Saints Fans Being Saints – Spirit of Charity Art Auction (Drew Brees)

Posted by | March 19, 2021.



Saints Fans Being Saints – Spirit of Charity Art Auction

The Saints Fans Being Saints Fund was created by Saints mega-fan, Dr. Bradley Spieler. It raises donations to be used for children with immediate family members that have been diagnosed with a life-threatening illness or have succumbed to a major life crisis or hardship. Our partners in Palliative Care help identify those families in need.

The fund is held with the Spirit of Charity Foundation at University Medical Center New Orleans and all proceeds benefiting the families and children are used to purchase toys, arts and crafts, Saints memorabilia and tickets, school educational materials, laptops, and more. The purpose is to put a giant smile on the face of a child as their family member is undergoing adversity.


Title/Year: Golden Boy Drew – 2021
Size: 48 x 36 x 2
Retail Value: $6,800
Media: Spray, Inks, Acrylics on 2″ Gallery Wrapped Canvas – Unglossed




Check out the most recent news about the painting and how artist, Josh Wingerter paid tribute to the New Orleans Saints Football legend, Drew Brees!

Click Here For More Information and to Place A Bid

Sign The Petition To Rename “Lee Circle” To “Brees Circle” In Honor Of Drew Brees

Posted by | March 15, 2021.

Since the statue of General Robert E Lee was removed, the pedestal has been sitting empty in the center of the iconic New Orleans roadway known as “Lee Circle”. Since Drew Brees has been so influential to the people in this city both on and off the football field and now has announced his retirement.

We the Who Dat Nation and the Diehard Saints fans of the Big Easy Mafia think it would be a good idea to have a statue of Drew Brees on top of the pedestal and the official name changed to “Brees Circle”. The exact address could be #9 Brees Circle New Orleans Louisiana.

Click Here To Sign Petition

Delvin Breaux Former CB For The New Orleans Saints Releases His Autobiography “Un-Breaux-Ken”

Posted by | March 15, 2021.



Counting the odds stacked against you is an action that extinguishes most dreams before they catch fire. Most are told to count the odds against them when their dream is larger than the person’s vision they are talking to.
The diminutive odds of a child becoming a professional football player wasn’t an obstacle many thought Delvin Breaux couldn’t overcome while he dominated each football field he played on during his upbringing in New Orleans. His surety of accomplishing such lofty goals, became out of sight to everyone aside from himself two days after his 17th birthday.
During a routine tackle his senior year in high school, the prized recruit broke his neck in several places. Months before being bound to a hospital bed for a month long stay and experiencing several life-threatening surgeries, he verbally committed to LSU. Being able to walk again proved itself to be more of a concern than being able to walk onto a professional football field.
Scars not visible to the eye do the most damage to the soul. Others viewed football as a meal ticket for Breaux. However, he saw it as healing for childhood experiences and traumas that he is opening up about for the first time in “Un-Breaux-Ken.” After enduring a chaotic childhood that mirrored the pain of his devastating injury, Delvin Breaux became the first person in NFL history to break their neck in high school and become a professional football player. Breaux details his journey through the unthinkable to accomplish his lifelong goals in his powerful Autobiography, “Un-Breaux-Ken.”

Order Your Copy Here

Thanks Drew From The Diehard Saints Fans At Big Easy Mafia Fan Club

Posted by | March 14, 2021.

Drew Brees Announces His Retirement After 20 Years In The NFL

Posted by | March 14, 2021.

After a 20-year playing career in the National Football League, the last 15 with the New Orleans Saints, quarterback Drew Brees announced his retirement today.

The news comes 15 years to the day when he agreed to terms to sign with the Saints, the start of a relationship that has been bountiful for the signal-caller, the team and the Gulf South community. Brees was a 15-year team captain and led the Saints to nine playoff appearances, seven division titles, including four consecutive from 2017-2020, and the Super Bowl XLIV championship, where he was named the game’s Most Valuable Player.

“After 20 years as a player in the NFL and 15 years as a Saint, it is time I retire from the game of football,” said Brees in a statement thanking and praising the team’s fans. “Each day I poured my heart and soul into being your Quarterback. Til the very end, I exhausted myself to give everything I had to the Saints organization, my team and the great city of New Orleans. We shared some amazing moments together, many of which are emblazoned in our hearts and minds and will forever be a part of us. You have molded me, strengthened me, inspired me and given me a lifetime of memories. My goal for the last 15 years was striving to give you everything you had given to me and more.”

“I am only retiring from playing football, I am not retiring from New Orleans. This is not goodbye, rather a new beginning. Now my real life’s work begins!”
“Drew is so much more valuable than all the records, awards and accolades that he amassed through a 15-year career with the New Orleans Saints and 20-year NFL playing career, one of the greatest in our league’s history,” Owner Gayle Benson said. “When Drew first joined the Saints in 2006, my late husband Tom was determined to deliver a team to New Orleans that would win a championship on the field and become a leader in the community following the setbacks that Hurricane Katrina dealt our region. Over and above his outstanding performance, Drew came to represent the resolve, passion and drive that resonates not only with Saints fans and football fans, but our entire community. He played the game and played the position at its highest level, but just as important, represented our organization and region in the highest fashion. We will forever be grateful to him for what he brought to our club and the entire Gulf South community, showing everybody what can be accomplished by putting our sleeves up and showing leadership, determination and hard work. As we grew as a region and as a football team, it was also a pleasure to watch him grow as a husband to Brittany and become a father to four incredible children.”

“Drew Brees has been remarkable in all facets of his career,” said Saints President Dennis Lauscha. “His career accomplishments and leadership skills have been well-documented and for good reason. He has been incredible to work with from my perspective because he really understands the business of professional football. He is incredibly bright and insightful and his contributions to helping move our organization forward and where we wanted to go on the business side were as impressive to me as some of the things he accomplished on the field. He is a great ambassador for our city, state and region and I am confident he will continue to make positive impacts here locally. It has been our incredible fortune to watch his daily efforts and commitment and on behalf our entire organization, we are eternally grateful for everything he has done and wish him well. He will always be a Saint.”
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New Orleans Saints Superfan Zone

Posted by | March 11, 2021.

The New Orleans Saints Superfan Zone is the official tailgate spot for the official New Orleans Saints Superfans. Here you can party with all the costumed Saints Superfans and take pictures with each of them. It’s a family friendly atmosphere with some good people, good food and good Saints music.
Tailgating in New Orleans is its own celebration, proving you don’t always need tickets to the game to have a blast.

Chauncey Gardner-Johnson Asked For His Jersey To Be Sold And Fanatics Delivered

Posted by | March 5, 2021.


Chauncey Gardner-Johnson asked for his jersey to be sold in the NFL shop and Fanatics delivered. You can now order your very own Gardner-Johnson #22 jersey.

“The People’s Owl” Whooty Da Owl Has His Very Own Tshirt

Posted by | February 5, 2021.

Our official mascot Whooty Da Owl has his own official tshirt now. It was custom designed by local New Orleans artist Josh Wingerter.

A percentage of every tshirt sold will be donated to our charity “Saints Fans Being Saints”

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