It’s been a while since I jumped around to check on ticket sales, so here’s a quick update:
An opening day blackout for the game against the Titans is basically a certainty, and it’s not looking real good for the rest of the home schedule either. Just under 11,000 tickets remain for the Sept. 11 game.
Fewer than 1,000 seats remain for the opener, Sept. 18 against the Ravens. The Oct. 30 Colts' game is almost down to scattered singles. The remaining games range from approximately 1,000 to 1,700 tickets remaining.
The season tickets count is right around 64,000 and as of Monday evening the team had less than 80 scattered single seats for the Sept. 11 game against the Colts. No single seats are left for Oct. 2 against the Steelers. But there are still season ticket packages available and scattered single-game seats remain available for the six other home dates.
Waiting on a fresh update which I will plug in here if it arrives. But in our last ticket post on Aug. 9, the team had only scattered single seats available for regular season home games.