Single-game tickets are on sale! Sort of.
Individual-game tickets to the Chargers' regular-seasons home opener on Monday, Sept. 9 versus the Houston Texans go on sale Monday along with tickets to see the Chargers take on the Indianapolis Colts (Oct. 14), Cincinnati Bengals (Dec. 1) and Kansas City Chiefs (Dec. 29). Tickets to see preseason matchups against the Seahawks and 49ers are already on sale.
Currently Mini-Packs and Season Tickets are the only way to acquire tickets to see the Chargers take on the Cowboys, Broncos, Giants and Raiders. Due to high interest, the Chargers don't anticipate tickets to those games being available on a single-game basis.
Oh. Okay. The San Diego Chargers have been doing this for a game or two each season, but now they're requiring fans to purchase tickets to more than one game if they want to attend half of the home games in 2013.
I'm not sure how to even respond to that. Let's try out a few though:
Good thing tickets are cheap.
At least there's good beer.
Come see your San Diego Chargers take on their AFC rivals! Except the Raiders.....and the Broncos. The Chiefs! Come see your San Diego Chargers take on the Kansas City Chiefs!
Good thing preseason tickets are cheap.
Gouging your fans is one way to try to avoid TV blackouts...only let them buy tickets to the games that you're worried might not sell out.
This is why I don't go to NFL games. That's not even a joke, though.