The Chargers had to hustle to sell out their home opener against the Titans, which featured a tribute to the late Junior Seau.
The Chargers have to hustle again.
The team has announced that more than 11,000 tickets remain for Sunday’s showdown between between the 2-0 Bolts and the 2-0 Falcons. If the non-premium seats aren’t sold by 4:05 p.m. ET on Thursday, the game will be blacked out (barring an extension of the deadline).
The Chargers, who were coy about their deficit in Week Two, wrote the announcement in a positive way, explaining that anyone who buys tickets to Sunday’s game will also be able to buy tickets to the next home game on October 15, a Monday nighter against the Broncos and Peyton Manning.
Which means, of course, that plenty of seats are available for that game, too.