Chargers-Falcons game blacked out in Southern California
The second home game of the season, for the San Diego Chargers will be blacked out in Southern California. What does this mean? It mean’s that everyone in Southern California will not be able to see the battle of the unbeaten as San Diego, takes on the Atlanta Falcons on television and according to the release, it also includes cable and Satellite.
This mean’s per NFL policy all games not sold out 72 hours prior to kickoff to be blacked out in the local market. This includes all signals within a 75-mile radius of the stadium and those areas whose television signal reaches within that 75-mile zone.
Now, here is what is available for Sunday’s game and nearly 9,200 general tickets remain available at Qualcomm Stadium Gate C, www.Chargers.com, TicketMaster outlets or by calling TicketMaster at 1-800-745-3000. Nearly 2,000 Club Seats, some of the best locations in the stadium, and a limited number of single-game Luxury Suites also are available. The Chargers’ ticket office is open weekdays 8-5 pm and Saturday 10-4 pm.
Fans purchasing tickets to see Sunday’s game between the 2-0 Chargers and the 2-0 Falcons will also have the opportunity to purchase a like number of tickets to the Chargers-Broncos game, the hottest-selling game on the Chargers’ schedule. The Chargers host Denver on Monday night, Oct. 15 and single-game tickets for the Broncos game have yet to go on sale.
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