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Falcons Launch New Sales Campaign For Remaining Season Tickets

The Falcons still do not plan on selling single-game tickets to the general public for the third straight year
Photo: getty images
The Falcons still do not plan on selling single-game tickets to the general public for the third straight year
Photo: getty images
The Falcons still do not plan on selling single-game tickets to the general public for the third straight year
Photo: getty images

The Falcons still have season tickets available for this upcoming season and are "planning a new sales campaign to try to move the remaining inventory over the next four to six weeks," according to Tim Tucker of the ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION. Although PSL contracts "remain a requirement for all Falcons season tickets, the team has changed its marketing strategy to stress the total price -- a combination of the ticket cost and the PSL deposit -- rather than calling attention to the controversial PSL prices." Prices of available season tickets start at $750 for some upper-deck corner seats, including $700 for the tickets ($70 per game) and a $50 "installment payment" on the required PSL. That installment payment "represents 10% of the $500 PSL for those seats, with the rest financed into future years." A team spokesperson said that the Falcons have "roughly 1,500 season tickets remaining to sell." About 200 of those are "priced at $750." Meanwhile, the Falcons have said that they "won’t sell single-game tickets to the general public for the third consecutive year." But as in the past two years, they are "selling single-game tickets to groups of 10 or more" (ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION, 7/31).