• Chargers Receive 24-hour Extension to Sell Tickets

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Sep 6, 2013
    The Chargers are on blackout watch for their season opener against Houston, they announced Friday, receiving a 24-hour extension from the NFL to sell about 3,500 general tickets. The deadline is 7:20 p.m. Saturday. If the 24-hour extension trend holds, the Texans-Chargers game won’t be blacked out, either. PT Saturday to sell approximately 3,500 general tickets. Selling out all home games will be something other than easy if the Chargers can’t sell out a Monday-night opener against a playoff team. The Cha...
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      The Chargers hope that the preseason helped them prepare for the regular season in more ways than one. Otherwise, their so-called “White Hot Monday Night” could be blacked out. After receiving a 24-hour extension of the deadline for allowing both presea…
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