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Seahawks Announce 2016 Ticket Information

Information on 2016 Seahawks tickets, including single-game ticket sales.

The Seattle Seahawks announced 2016 ticket information on Tuesday, including an additional 1,350 tickets being distributed to fans that have been recaptured from ticket brokers.

Since the conclusion of the 2014 season, the Seahawks have recaptured more than 5,300 tickets from brokers, with those tickets going to fans on the Blue Pride wait list, season-ticket upgrades and single-game ticket sales. Those tickets, along with an added 1,000 seats in the Toyota Fan Deck last season, has created ticket purchasing opportunities for fans even with a season-ticket renewal rate of 99.6 percent for two straight seasons.

The Seahawks currently have 61,500 season ticket holders, 12,000 paid members on the Blue Pride list and 58,000 non-paid members on the Blue Pride notification list. The Seahawks have sold out 113 consecutive games, postseason included.

Fans will have two opportunities to purchase single-game tickets. After the league announces the 2016 schedule, 2,400 single-game tickets will be sold using dynamic pricing via Then on July 25, the Seahawks will make 3,400 single-game tickets available for $66, which represents the average of the lowest ticket price in the NFL. Those tickets will be sold to the general public at the CenturyLink Field box office and to members of the Blue Pride wait list.

New this season, the Seahawks will add walk-through metal detectors at all stadium entrances to increase security and speed entry into the stadium. In addition, new LED ribbon will display game score and clock, statistics, and enhance our game presentation.

For more information, call 888-NFL-HAWK.

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