FC Dallas puts playoff tickets on sale
Playoff dates and opponents have yet to be announced as there are two weeks of the regular season left. If the playoffs started today, FC Dallas would host a Wild Card Play-In game on Wednesday, Oct. 26 with the winner hosting the first leg of the conference semifinals the final weekend of October.
FC Dallas is selling a two-game playoff strip that contains tickets to both playoff games starting at $18 for Endline seats. Playoff strip Sideline seats are $27, Club seats are $45 and Center Circle seats are $75. Individual game tickets are $10, $15, $25 and $40, respectively.
For more information or to purchase tickets, visit FCDallas.com/playoffs or call (469) 365-GOAL (4625).
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