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July 22, 2013 at 4:36 PM

Seahawks sell out the regular season and training camp practices

The Seahawks put single-game tickets on sale today, but they didn’t last long, fans reporting that within minutes everything appeared to be gone.

The team confirmed this that it has sold every regular-season ticket. Seattle earlier sold 62,000 season tickets, including having a franchise-record 98 percent renewal rate. The rest of the tickets were then sold today.

There are what the team says is a “limited number” of tickets for the two home pre-season games against Denver and the Raiders.

The Seahawks also announced that every spot for the 14 open training camp practices has also been filled. Those are free other than a $7 transportation charge.

Training camp begins with an open practice on Thursday.

The team also announced it has a limited number of Blue Pride memberships available for the team’s season ticket holder waiting list program.

 

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