Blackout Watch: Chargers Need to Sell 11,000 Tix Still

The Chargers still need to sell 11,000 tickets in order to lift the blackout this weekend. The Chargers will be facing the Atlanta Falcons in week 3 of the season. They will be the first real test for the Chargers this season. People may need to buy their tickets in order to see this game.

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  • Ignatius

    That’s so many tickets left! Methinks this game is going to be blacked out.

  • http://www.facebook.com/pete.spinning Pete Spinning

    I don’t care.. I’ll listen to the sounds on my radiooooooo.. Go Bolts!!! I’ll be posted up!

  • http://twitter.com/BoogaP #TheBoltFather

    That is a tooooon of tickets to sell. Wow. If my family lived there we would have tickets. For the sake of the folks within 75 miles of San Diego I sure hope it isn’t blacked out.

  • 1961 Fan

    Last week when I said that there may be 4 possible Blackouts this season I thought that the Titans game would be the first, it almost was. So here is my prediction for the regular season Blackouts: Falcons-Chiefs-Bengals-Panthers. One half of your regular season games Blacked out should send a message to Dean Spanos that his lack of firm management is showing a backlash of support from the fan base.
    Tickets sales are way down all across the board and for the Titans game the brokers were dumping tickets below their cost. The Bolts cannot compete with that, in that, they sell their seats with fees tacked onto the face price. A ninety dollar cost to a season seat holder is their base. The Chargers start their single seat cost at face price of $ 98.00 + fees. When you walk up to the ticket window you find an inferior ticket location for more than the private person pays as a season account holder does. If you factor in the off site computer feed from other cities and even other countries the teams (Chargers) who do not perform well will suffer at the stadium through diminished ticket sales. We also suffer from what I call the San Diego syndrome; more on that another time.
    Pops

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