Chargers ticket prices remain unchanged
The San Diego Chargers announced today that ticket prices for 2010 will remain the same for the third-consecutive season.
Season ticket prices range from $48 to $90 per game. All single-game tickets, if available, will range from $54 to $98. Season ticket holders receive a savings of up to $110 over single-game purchases.
Chargers fans once again will be treated to an exciting schedule of home games. The home schedule includes matchups against quarterback Tom Brady and the New England Patriots; wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald and the Arizona Cardinals, as well as another hard-fought battle against rushing champion Chris Johnson and the Tennessee Titans. The Chargers also will take on the San Francisco 49ers and the Jacksonville Jaguars, both in the playoff hunt late in the ’09 season, as well as AFC West rivals Denver, Kansas City and Oakland.
The Chargers, winners of four consecutive AFC West titles and five in the last six years, continue to provide one of the most exciting and successful teams in the NFL. Seventy wins over the past six years ranks fourth in the NFL, and that strong showing on the field has led to 48 consecutive regular-season and postseason home sellouts.
Season tickets are available now by calling 877-CHARGERS, going to www.chargers.com or stopping by the Chargers’ ticket office at Gate C at Qualcomm Stadium.
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