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Blackout lifted for Chargers-Packers
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Enough tickets have been sold to lift the local television blackout for the Chargers' showdown against the defending Super Bowl champion Green Bay Packers on Sunday, Nov. 6.
The game will be televised live by FOX Sports on Fox 5 in San Diego and Fox 11 in Los Angeles and Orange County.
The Chargers expect one of the largest crowds in team history as a very limited number of Club seats and suites remain available. The Club seats are available only if purchased with a similar number of Club seats to the Chargers' matchup against the Oakland Raiders and quarterback Carson Palmer on Nov. 10.
Following the Chargers-Packers game, San Diego's final four home games include battles against Oakland, Denver, Buffalo and Baltimore. The team is selling the final four games in an exclusive package which provides the same seats to all four games and the opportunity to purchase those same seats to any home playoff games.
"The 4-1 start has really kick-started another flurry of ticket sales," Chargers Executive Vice President and Chief Executive Officer A.G. Spanos said. "It's good to see the growing excitement about the second half of the season and what lies ahead."
The Chargers-Raiders game is the first on the NFL Network's Thursday night schedule. When the Broncos come to San Diego on Nov. 27, fans will witness Junior Seau's induction into the Chargers' Hall of Fame. The Buffalo game on Dec. 11 marks the return of Shawne Merriman to San Diego, and the Baltimore game on Dec. 18 is a nationally-televised prime-time affair on NBC's Sunday Night Football.
The Chargers' ticket office at Qualcomm Stadium's Gate C is open weekdays 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tickets also can be purchased at Chargers.com or by calling (800) 745-3000. Read