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Bengals, Colts Yet To Sell Out Playoff Games; Extensions Possible
Published January 2, 2014
The Cincinnati market “will not have access to CBS’ online stream” Sunday if the game does not sell out. NFL VP/Communications Brian McCarthy said the league’s blackout policy “applies to online streaming as well” (CINCINNATI.com, 1/2).
The Colts were given a 24-hour extension by the NFL until 4:30pm CT tomorrow to sell their remaining playoff tickets and avoid a TV blackout. They "still have about 3,000 playoff tickets remaining to sell." WTHR-NBC GM Larry Delia said that the station "would consider buying some leftover tickets if it makes financial sense" (INDYSTAR.com, 1/2).
Tickets for Saturday’s 8:00pm ET Saints-Eagles Wild Card game went on sale Tuesday and “sold out within minutes” (PHILLY.com, 1/2).