Chargers drop price on 6,500 seats; other prices same for fourth year
The Chargers are lowering the price of nearly 10% of the tickets in Qualcomm Stadium while keeping the same prices for all other seats for a franchise-record fourth consecutive season.
The 6,500 View Level end zone season tickets, priced at $63 a game a year ago, now cost $54. That’s a drop of nearly 15 percent.
“We think lowering the price of these 6,500 season seats gives us the best chance to fill Qualcomm Stadium next year,” Chargers Executive Vice President A.G. Spanos said. “A full, loud stadium gives us the strongest home-field advantage and allows the fans at home to enjoy the game as well.”
The Chargers Family Sections continue to offer one of the NFL’s best-priced season ticket options at $48 per game ($480 for 10 games).
San Diego’s average ticket price remains near the NFL average. Season tickets range from $48 to $90 and offer a savings of $60 to $140 compared to the cost of purchasing the same seats on a single-game basis.
In addition to the sizeable per-game savings to purchasing season tickets, other benefits include:
- Guaranteed seat locations for all 10 home games in 2011
- The option to purchase the same seat(s) for home playoff games.
- First rights to renew your seat(s) for future seasons.
- The opportunity to upgrade and/or relocate your seats each season.
- A convenient renewal payment plan with an online account manager for credit card payments
- An exclusive discount card for the Chargers team store at Qualcomm Stadium.