bestfightstory wrote:Seats are still available on Ticketmaster in singles, pairs, and trios.
NOT a secondary market.
Decidedly NOT a sellout.
Let's Go To The Game!!!!
(the NFL does not blackout playoff games)
((I don't actually know this-but it sounds more authoritative when I pretend)
I don't know what to tell you except, I have purchased tickets through Ticketmaster, that once I purchased them stated they were from Ticket Exchange.
Directly from the Team's Website:
http://www.atlantafalcons.com/news/arti ... 2610ede6bd
The Falcons would also like to remind fans that the game is sold out and there is a potential danger of counterfeit tickets being sold in the secondary market. Because of the heightened demand for Falcons playoff tickets, the club has advised the following guidelines to avoid purchasing counterfeit tickets.
Fans may choose to purchase tickets at www.nfl.com/ticketexchange or www.ticketmaster.com.•The NFL Ticket Exchange is the only resale marketplace endorsed by the NFL, providing fans with the opportunity to purchase seats listed by Falcons season ticket holders or other fans.
“The NFL Ticket Exchange powered by Ticketmaster, the only marketplace for fans to buy and sell guaranteed authentic NFL tickets, provides Atlanta Falcons fans looking to buy or sell their playoff tickets a safe, convenient, and League-approved resale platform,” said Clay Luter, Ticketmaster’s senior vice president of Stadium, Outdoor & College Sports. “Through the NFL Ticket Exchange, the Falcons are able to deliver fans access to the only barcode-authenticated playoff game tickets.”
What I am telling you is it may be through Ticketmaster.com, but the tickets they show and are selling are THROUGH NFL Ticket Exchange.