After earlier selling 63,000 season tickets, the Seattle Seahawks this morning sold out of all remaining single-game tickets.
The remaining single-game tickets — which included 1,000 upper level tickets that were available only at the CenturyLink Field Northwest Box Office, and another 650 bleacher seats, standing-room only and scattered singles that were available through Ticketmaster — went on sale Monday at 10 a.m. The team announced this afternoon that all have been sold, and all that remains now are “a limited number” of tickets for the team’s two preseason games against San Diego Aug. 15 and Chicago Aug. 22.
The club earlier capped season-ticket memberships at 63,000, the most in franchise history. The Blue Pride season ticket wait list, which gives fans the option to purchase future season tickets, also sold out with 12,000 memberships. The team said the 99 percent renewal rate for season tickets was the highest in team history.
Seahawks Training Camp, presented by Bing, opens this Friday and all 12 practices open to the public are also sold out of the approximately 2,800 seats available for each.
The Seahawks have 95 consecutive sell outs, including playoffs.
While tickets are all sold, many remain available on the secondary market, including through the NFL ticket exchange.
As of this morning, the lowest-priced ticket available on the exchange was $127 against the Raiders. The most expensive “get-in” price was $257 against Denver.