Tennessee Titans Struggle To Sell Tickets

Dec 17, 2012; Nashville, TN, USA; Tennessee Titans wide receiver Nate Washington (85) greets fans after a game against the New York Jets at LP Field. The Titans beat the Jets 14-10. Mandatory credit: Don McPeak-USA TODAY Sports

The Tennessee Titans started selling single game tickets yesterday. And none of the 10 home games sold out. This isn’t too shocking considering that only 1 fan camped out in line for tickets.

The Titans currently have a 144 game sellout streak they’re looking to extend. While they didn’t manage to sell out any games there is only about 3,500 tickets available for each game.

The San Francisco 49ers game the 1 guy in line camped out for came the closest to selling out. There are only 500 tickets left. The next closes were the San Diego Chargers and Indianapolis Colts game with around 1,000 tickets left.

“Now it’s a manageable number that we have to work with for all our remaining games,” Titans executive V.P. Don MacLachlan said, via Pro Football Talk. “We fully anticipate that we’ll be able to sell out every game once again this season.”

“There’s a limited number of tickets remaining for the 49ers, and it’s very manageable for the other nine games. It’s about what we anticipated,” MacLachlan said, via the Tennessean. “I remain very optimistic that we’ll sell out all 10 games this year.”

Topics: Tennessee Titans

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