Single-game tickets to all 10 Tennessee Titans home games at LP Field will go on sale Saturday, July 12 at 10 a.m. (CST).
Approximately 2,500 tickets for each game will be made available to the public. Fans can purchase a maximum of up to four tickets per game for as many as two games.
Tickets can be purchased by visiting the ticket office at LP field, calling Ticketmaster at 615-255-9600, visiting any Ticketmaster outlet, or logging on to the Ticketmaster web site at www.ticketmaster.com. Game tickets range from $36-73.
The 2008 regular season schedule features home game against Jacksonville, Houston, Minnesota, Indianapolis, Green Bay, N.Y. Jets, Cleveland and Pittsburgh. The Titans open the season at home against division rival Jacksonville on Sunday, Sept. 7.
The Titans play preseason games at home against St. Louis (Aug. 9) and Oakland (Aug. 15).
The Titans have sold out 93 consecutive home games since LP Field opened in 1999. Historically, the Titans have sold out the majority of single-game tickets within the first hour, including some games as fast as five minutes.
Home games against Indianapolis (Monday Night Football), Green Bay, and Pittsburgh are expected to sell out first, according to Marty Collins, Director of Ticket Operations for the Titans.
Collins recommends trying a variety of ways to help secure tickets to your favorite Titans game.
“If you have more than one person that can try to help purchase the tickets, try several sources at the same time,” Collins recommended. “Try online and then maybe one of the ticket centers at Kroger’s, Macy’s or even down here at the LP Field ticket office early that morning.”
Some fans have developed a tradition at LP Field by camping out the night, or even several days, before the tickets officially go on sale.
“We are thrilled to have them here,” Collins stated. “They come back each and every year. We say the on-sale day is the start of the season for us. It kind of kicks off that day when fans start camping out the nights before. It says a lot for them to do that each and every year and we are thankful for that.”
Collins expects the number of consecutive sell-outs to increase to 103 and complements the team’s fan base for its support over the last 10 years.
“First and foremost, to our season ticket holders, it’s a great credit,” Collins said. “We have a huge season ticket base that has been faithful now for 10 years in renewing their season tickets. All the other fans that have not been able to purchase season tickets have been very loyal in buying other single-game tickets. We would not be successful without our fans.”