Chiefs-Rams tickets go on sale to public Wednesday

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The NFL has moved the Monday night game between the Chiefs and Rams to the L.A. Memorial Coliseum, and plans quickly have been made to sell as many tickets to the game as possible.

The Rams have announced that season-ticket holders currently can purchase their seats via the Rams Account Manager through Thursday at 5:00 p.m. PT. Starting Wednesday at 10:00 a.m. PT, season-ticket holders will be permitted to buy up to four additional seats.

Then, at 1:00 p.m. PT on Wednesday, the general public will be permitted to buy any and all remaining tickets at TheRams.com.

The Rams also will be providing “thousands” of tickets on a complimentary basis to the first responders who have been dealing with the wildfires in Southern California, and to persons impacted by the fires and last week’s shooting in Thousand Oaks, California.

34 responses to “Chiefs-Rams tickets go on sale to public Wednesday

  1. Look up Timberwolves vs Spurs in Mexico City. A mysterious fire occurred in the stadium right before tip off. This has nothing to do with the field conditions and everything to do with player and traveling fan safety issues. They just can’t say that in this political climate.

  2. It was an away for the Chiefs anyway – and they travel/play well on the road as well.

    Will be great turf, great weather and a great challenge – as it should’ve been all along.

    NFL takes a bath, maybe it will teach them a lesson.

  3. Why not move the game to Dallas. All JJ would have to do is call Roger and get it handled. Minimum travel, no edge to Rams for home field, all good for both teams. Sounds like a no-brainer. Nah, too simple.

  4. Ummm did all of you so called conspiracy theorists take a look at the pictures of the field that were going around? That field was not in the condition to host an NFL game at all.

  5. I heard if you already bought tickets you can get the same general ticket for the game in LA. Not sure how it works but to call the LA or KC ticket offices for info.

  6. omeimontis says:
    November 13, 2018 at 6:31 pm
    Wonder if there is a political reason behind this change.
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    why would you wonder that?

  7. “As a season ticket holder I believe I had to pay for 10 Bengals home games when it was in London. If same with Rams why do they have to buy them again”.
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    You don’t read very well, do you? The article says season ticket holders may purchase up to four EXTRA tickets.

  8. cardinealsfan20 says:
    November 13, 2018 at 7:21 pm
    “As a season ticket holder I believe I had to pay for 10 Bengals home games when it was in London. If same with Rams why do they have to buy them again”.
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    You don’t read very well, do you? The article says season ticket holders may purchase up to four EXTRA tickets.

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    The Rams have announced that season-ticket holders currently can purchase their seats via the Rams Account Manager through Thursday at 5:00 p.m. PT.

    Did you not see this?

  9. The Rams own LA. The silly LA Charger “Fight FOR LA” slogan is a joke. The LA Chargers have no fans in LA. They can’t move because of long term contracts to include the $65,000,000 Spanos owes the NFL for the relocation. Too bad as the Chargers are having a good season. San Diego stadium would be packed with 60,000 plus fans. LA Charger fans amount to about 6,000 in Carson. Sad.

  10. Had it been Pats-Saints it wouldn’t have been pulled back. Had it been London it wouldn’t have been pulled back (Wembley’s field’s been great ever since 2008 but that 2007 field was horrid).

  11. Goodell & Co. ACTUALLY did something right !
    Could you have imagined the horrible press if ANYONE got hurt playing
    in that dump of field they call Azteca Stadium ?
    This is where the NFLPA & NFL actually made the proper decision.

  12. So far the Rams have been drawing very well this season – every home game has had at least 66,000 people in attendance. Last week they drew over 72,000 against Seattle. I am going to guess this game will draw over 70,000 again. KC has a lot of transplants in Southern California, the Rams are playing very well and it’s a big game in prime time. Nice move by the Rams to give away tickets to first responders and those affected.

  13. Why not move the game to Dallas. All JJ would have to do is call Roger and get it handled. Minimum travel, no edge to Rams for home field, all good for both teams. Sounds like a no-brainer. Nah, too simple.

    Because it’s a Rams home game that was being played on the road for league promotional purposes. When the field in Mexico City was deemed unsuitable why should the Rams be asked to give up their game a second time? Yes, the Rams SHOULD have home field advantage in this one. Sounds like a no-brainer. Nah, too simple.

  14. “So far the Rams have been drawing very well this season – every home game has had at least 66,000 people in attendance. Last week they drew over 72,000 against Seattle. I am going to guess this game will draw over 70,000 again.”

    Wow impressive. A city with 4 million people filling a stadium w/70K fans? Meanwhile in KC, a town with 500K population routinely fills up 80K every week.

  15. “season-ticket holders will be permitted to buy up to four additional seats.”

    *then quickly resell them on the secondary market at 300% markup for in inevitable Chiefs home game in LA

  16. keepingitrealdumb says:
    November 13, 2018 at 7:11 pm
    omeimontis says:
    November 13, 2018 at 6:31 pm
    Wonder if there is a political reason behind this change.
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    why would you wonder that?

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    There are so many games afoot in every direction these days that its always fair to wonder that. In this case though I did think I was looking at a field in unacceptable condition in the pictures I saw so I lean toward beleiving that explanation.

  17. So far the Rams have been drawing very well this season – every home game has had at least 66,000 people in attendance. Last week they drew over 72,000 against Seattle. I am going to guess this game will draw over 70,000 again.
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    I looked it up assuming that the Packers would be at the top, but shockingly, Cleveland is #1 in attendance this year. Now I’m not so sure attendance equates to anything impressive anymore.

  18. So far the Rams have been drawing very well this season – every home game has had at least 66,000 people in attendance. Last week they drew over 72,000 against Seattle. I am going to guess this game will draw over 70,000 again. KC has a lot of transplants in Southern California, the Rams are playing very well and it’s a big game in prime time. Nice move by the Rams to give away tickets to first responders and those affected.

    Yeah and 20,000 to 25,000 are the opposing team. Seen that Packer vs Rams game on tv thought at first it was in Green Bay. Very embarrassing in my opinion

  19. What about the people that purchased flights, hotels ect in Mexico City? This is a typical NFL crap move. Why the he## wasn’t the NFL dealing with this field a month ago? Another blunder under Goodells watch.

  20. Playing in Mexico or Canada makes a lot of sense to build an international fan base without having to have a long overseas flight. However, when scheduling these there must be mandates for the field conditions.

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