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Single-game ticket information

Post by Todd Dybas / The News Tribune on July 10, 2014 at 12:02 pm with 8 Comments »
July 10, 2014 12:05 pm

The Seattle Seahawks announced today that single-game tickets will go on sale Monday, July 21, at 10 a.m. Fans will be limited to purchasing a total of four tickets.

One-thousand upper level single-game tickets per home game will be available at the CenturyLink Field NW Box Office. Fans may purchase a total of four single-game tickets per person. Beginning at 8 a.m., fans will enjoy a live DJ, inflatables, and Blitz and Sea Gals will be on site. The Seahawks Pro Shop will also be open and will include a one-day only sidewalk sale.

Additionally, 650 bleacher seats, standing-room only and scattered single-game tickets will be available for each home game through or Ticketmaster by phone at 800-745-3000, beginning at 10 a.m. on Monday, July 21.

A limited number of tickets have been held for members of the Blue Pride season ticket wait list. These fans are currently being notified to purchase tickets on a priority basis.

The Seahawks have 95 consecutive sell outs, including playoffs.

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  1. Ray_Maines says:

    It should be 105 by the end of the season

  2. montanamike2 says:

    STTBM i just got home and read all the threads from this morning. I guess the town i was raised in was pretty tolerant compared to some of the places you’ve been, i guess racism isn’t non existent, even in Canada. I was raised in a “hippie” town, so it’s probably why it’s the exception. And yeah the Natives are treated better than they are here, but still not quite equal. My bad for generalizing.

  3. “One-thousand upper level single-game tickets per home game will be available”

    Those are going to be gone in no time.

    I was lucky to go to a game with my Dad last year. I picked the Tampa Bay game, thinking it would be an easy win. Instead it was the biggest comeback in Seahawks history, down 21-0, Hawks won in OT.

    That game and the Houston game last year were such incredible “squeakers”. Those could have been, maybe should have been, losses. What a season it was!


  4. Southendzone says:

    It is still really cool that those tickets will be available at the box office.

    Will be funny to see a bunch of bums lining up to buy them for the scalpers. I’ll be down there taking video of that for a new documentary.

  5. No worries, MontanaMike. Just had to stick up for this country–its home, with all of its warts.

    I will probably never get to see a Hawks game in our stadium. Ticket prices are high enough, Im not willing to line the pockets of scalpers…But all this comes from winning, and if its the price I have to pay for success, then let the good times roll lol!

  6. STTBM

    You can go to a game if you want.

  7. Ray_Maines says:

    Sure you can, all it takes is $400 for a ticket and another $100 for travel expenses, food and beer. No problemo. I get to one game about every four or five years. I just hate that Venuekings and Ticket Masters have all the tickets they want and the average fan is priced out.

  8. Anyone know how much the single-game tickets will be priced at?

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