Seahawks will only sell NFC Championship tickets to fans in certain states

It looks like the Seattle Seahawks are preparing to protect their home turf for the NFC title game next week.  Especially if they end up playing the 49ers.

After Saturday’s win over the Saints,  the Seahawks announced that tickets will only be sold to people that live in certain states.

The Seattle Seahawks have announced that tickets for the NFC Championship Game to be played on Sunday, January 19 at CenturyLink Field will go on sale Monday, January 13 at 10 a.m. Tickets will be available to fans with a billing address in WA, OR, MT, ID, AK, HI and the Canadian provinces of British Columbia and Alberta.

Fans can purchase tickets through or by calling Ticketmaster at 800-745-3000. All NFC Championship Game tickets will be distributed via Ticketmaster’s TicketFast online printing. Ticket availability is limited and expected to sell quickly.

I can’t imagine that this will stop opposing fans from buying tickets from companies like TiqIQ or Ticketmaster.



  1. robert hale says

    is this even legal there a lot of fans like me that live in other states, im from new mexico, and are the prices going to be jacked because this. is this fair or legal?

  2. Anonymous says

    This has to be the most pathetic example of bad sportsmanship I have seen all year. I am disgusted. Especially since this isn’t a player related issue. Plain and simple, bad for the game, bad for fans, and completely unprofessional. The league better do something about it. I am really hope the Seahawks lose this game now,. I was a fan of the team. Iwill be laughing my butt off to know they will be watching the super bowl at home.

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