Slowly but surelythe Los AngelesChargers are closing in on selling out their season tickets for the 2017 season.
Slowly because prices range from$2,550 to $3,250 each, but surely because their interim home StubHub Center seats only 30,000, ESPN noted.
There are about 600 season tickets left for the Los Angeles Chargers next season selling for $2,550-3,250 each. Everything else is sold out. pic.twitter.com/YyMhxJc3zd
— Arash Markazi (@ArashMarkazi) March 23, 2017
The Chargers, relocating to L.A. from San Diego, began accepting refundable deposits in January, announced ticket prices a month later. While existing season-ticket holders from San Diego were able to renew at StubHub later in February (good luck with that), season tickets went on sale to new customersMarch 9, Pro Football Talk reported, citing an unidentified team source.
So it took roughly two weeks to sell out, which sounds pretty good … until put in thiscontext:In July 2016, the relocatingRams — the Chargers' future landlords at a new stadium in Inglewood —sold 70,000 season tickets for L.A. Coliseum in six hours, the Los Angeles Times reported.