SAN DIEGO (AP) -The San Diego Chargers received a 24-hour extension from the NFL in an attempt to sell the final 500 tickets for Sunday's playoff game against Tennessee and lift the local TV blackout.
The Chargers have until 1:30 p.m. Friday to sell the remaining tickets.
Chargers COO Jim Steeg said he was surprised the game hadn't yet sold out, since every regular-season game did. He said a number of factors were involved, including the holidays and the fact that the Chargers were 7-5 when ticket invoices were sent out.
Prices range from $110 to $135.
Steeg said no companies have approached the Chargers about buying the remaining tickets in order to lift the blackout.

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