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Single-Game Tickets Now on Sale

Posted Aug 2, 2012

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Single-game tickets to all 10 Tennessee Titans home games at LP Field in 2012 will go on sale Friday, Aug. 3 at 10 a.m. (CST).


Tickets can be purchased by visiting the ticket office at LP field, calling Ticketmaster at 1-800-745-3000, visiting any Ticketmaster outlet, or logging on to the Ticketmaster web site at Ticketmaster.com.

Game tickets start at $35.

The Titans open the 2012 season against the reigning AFC Champion New England Patriots on Sunday, Sept. 9 at LP Field.  They also return to the prime-time football lineup with games against the New York Jets on Monday Night Football (Dec. 17) and their long-time rival Pittsburgh Steelers on NFL Network (Oct. 11).

In addition, the Titans will play at home against the Detroit Lions (Sept. 23), Indianapolis Colts (Oct. 28), Chicago Bears (Nov. 4), Houston Texans (Dec. 2) and Jacksonville Jaguars (Dec. 30).

The Titans kick off their home preseason schedule on Thursday, Aug. 23 in a nationally-televised ESPN game against the Arizona Cardinals at LP Field. A week later, they close out the preseason at home against Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints on Thursday, Aug. 30.

Fans will enjoy several improvements to LP Field this coming season, including new high-definition video screens in both the north and south end zones, LED ribbon boards, a new distributed sound system, two banks of high-speed elevators to the upper-deck, and fan-friendly dining and entertainment zones.

"All of the improvements are state of the art, and they'll be certainly a reason for fans to come enjoy games at LP Field this season, let alone the environment you get at an NFL game to begin with," said Don MacLachlan, executive vice president of administration and facilities for the Titans. "All these enhancements will take our fans' experience at LP Field to an entirely new level."

The Titans have sold out 134 consecutive games since moving into LP Field for the 1999 season, including preseason contests.

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