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Less Than 1,000 Tickets for Conference Title Game to go on Sale Monday
INDIANAPOLIS – The Colts and New England Patriots each won their AFC Divisional Playoff games this weekend. As a result, the Colts will host the AFC Championship Game.
There won’t be many tickets available. But there will be some.
On Monday, January 15, Colts tickets for the AFC Championship Game will be available for purchase at the RCA Dome ticket office and all Indiana Ticketmaster Ticket Centers (plus Louisville, KY) beginning at 10 a.m.
No telephone or internet orders will be accepted that first Monday. Any tickets that may remain available after January 15 will be made available via charge-by-phone at (317) 239-5151 and via the internet at www.ticketmaster.com.
Less than 1,000 tickets will be available.
A Random Number Distribution (RND) will be used to determine the first potential ticket buyer (at the RCA Dome and at the outlets). The outlets
will follow their usual RND process (with tickets).
At the RCA Dome, sequentially-numbered wristbands will be issued to potential ticket buyers by security staff between 8 and 9:30 a.m.
There is no advantage to arriving prior to 8 a.m. The drawing to determine which numbered wristband has the opportunity to purchase tickets first will take place at 9:30 a.m. Possession of a wristband does not guarantee availability, it only ensures a place in line.
Supplies are limited due to an increased season ticket base.
A limit of six (6) tickets per person will apply.
Methods of payments: Cash, Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express.
Tickets will be available for purchase while supplies last.
Prices (subject to availability): $80, $90, $105, $125, $155, $190, and $395.
No refunds. No exchanges.
The Colts also are accepting deposits for those wishing to become season-ticket holders in the future at www.colts.com
The one thing I love about this town (I've lived here since 2000), is how easy it is to get into sporting events for little cost. The Pacers-Pistons series in 2004 playoffs, the Colts home games against Denver, and Kansas City, were all easy to get into.
My plan for tomorrow? Show up at my Marsh across the street around 9:30. If I somehow fail to buy tickets, I'll wait till Tuesday and buy singles online. TicketMaster.com always has returned/unsold singles at face until around Wednesday. The caveat to that however is that they are always in the lower deck.
I don't plan on sitting much, but those seats in the RCA Dome are way too narrow.
"Like [Jonathan Bender], AMC's Pacer was supposed to be fitted with a rotary engine--but both rotaries had technical problems late in their development (read: after incurring heavy research costs) that prevented them from seeing the light of day. Of course, both vehicles had plenty of problems that did reach production. The Pacer was a dud in terms of quality, execution and particularly styling. Make your own assessment about its bizarre proportions, but don't miss the one door that's bigger than the other."
Yeah, I went to the IU auditorium this morning. There were eight of us in the lottery and guess who came in last! It's ok though because the first person got 6 single seats and that was it, no more available.