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Chargers to begin single-game ticket sales

Discussion in 'American Football' started by ChargerJeff, May 16, 2013.

  1. ChargerJeff

    ChargerJeff Boltaholic

    Mar 24, 2008
    Tickets to all eight of the Chargers' home games in 2013 will begin sale Monday.
    A select half are available on an individual basis.

    San Diego announced Thursday its ticket sale plan for the upcoming regular season. Four games, including the Monday Night Football opener against the Texans on Sept. 9, will become available for individual purchase at 10 a.m., be it online, in person or via phone.
    The other individual games are against the Colts (Oct. 14), Bengals (Dec. 1) and Chiefs (Dec. 29). Prices start at $59.

    As for the other four home matchups — Cowboys (Sept. 29), Broncos (Nov. 10), Giants (Dec. 8) and Raiders (Dec. 22) — they currently can be purchased only in bulk through two possible routes.

    The first is through season tickets. Prices range from $390 to $1,100.
    The second is through a four-game mini-pack, of which there are two plans, both including a preseason game.

    Plan A is for the Seahawks (Aug. 8), Texans, Cowboys, and Raiders. Plan B includes the 49ers (Aug. 29), Colts, Broncos and Giants. Each package of four costs $260, the same as the single-game ticket rate.

    Games against the Cowboys, Broncos, Giants and Raiders are projected to be the most popular sellers.

    "Due to high interest, the Chargers don’t anticipate tickets to those games being available on a single-game basis," the team said in a release.

    Tickets can be purchased through the ticket office at Gate C of Qualcomm Stadium, Chargers.com, or by calling 877-Chargers.

    The team struggled in the box office in 2012. Four regular-season games were blacked out.

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