Turn the Lights On, There is No Chargers Blackout

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At least there is no blackout in the sense that the game will be televised to Southern California. But this doesn’t mean that the lights will not go out at halftime again. We did have that happen just last week. I wonder if someone paid that electric bill yet.

The Chargers sold enough tickets to lift the blackout today. They had to get an extension and ESPN likely had to buy some tickets but it got done. The game will be shown.

Sure it took a while to sell those tickets, but it did get done and the game will be sold out!

So sit back on your lazy boy and grab a nice cold brew while you watch our boys crush the Houston Texans on Monday Night Football. Is it Monday yet?

Topics: San Diego Chargers

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  • http://www.BoltBeat.com/ Peter Thompson

    LOL… gotta love corporate marketing… OH NO!!! The game is going to be blacked out! Better go buy more tickets.. oh, wait.. sold out… lol.

  • Gunnar Martin

    The fact that this was even an issue in the first place is just embarrassing :/

  • Vardog

    First game of the season and you’re having trouble selling out?….sad

  • joerockt

    I don’t think this is sad or embarrassing at all. This team hasn’t won one single game yet this season, coming off a losing season, with a new, unproven HC and question marks on their RB and QB. The fact that the game was almost blacked out just speaks to these facts. Plus I don’t think Texans fans travel as well as NE, GB or Pittsburgh.

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