Indianapolis Colts single-game tickets go on sale July 20

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– Football season is right around the corner, and the Colts will begin selling single home game tickets this week.

The ticket sales begin Thursday, July 20 at 10 a.m. They will be available at the Lucas Oil Stadium ticket office, by phone at 1-800-745-3000 and online through Ticketmaster.

Ticket for the Lions and Bengals preseason games and the Cardinals, Browns, 49ers, Jaguars, Steelers, Titans, Broncos and Texans regular season games will be available. The price will range from $56-168 per ticket.

The Indianapolis Colts say tickets for the Pittsburgh Steelers game will be sold as a two-game package with the Denver Broncos Game. Tickets for game against the San Francisco 49ers, when Peyton Manning’s jersey will be retired, will be sold as a two-game package with the home opener against the Arizona Cardinals.

Find more information on Colts tickets by clicking here.

The Colts will play a total of four preseason games against the following teams:

  • Sunday, August 13 DETROIT 1:30PM — FOX59
  • Saturday, August 19 At Dallas 7:00PM — FOX59
  • Saturday, August 26 At Pittsburgh 7:30PM — FOX59
  • Thursday, August 31 CINCINNATI 7:00PM — FOX59

Full list of regular season opponents:

  • September 10 on CBS4: Rams
  • September 17 on FOX59: Cardinals (Home)
  • September 24 on CBS: Browns (Home)
  • October 1 on NBC: Seahawks
  • October 8 on FOX: 49ers (Home)
  • October 16 on ESPN: Titans
  • October 22 on CBS: Jaguars (Home)
  • October 29 on CBS: Bengals
  • November 5 on CBS: Texans
  • November 12 on CBS: Steelers (Home)
  • Bye Week
  • November 26 on CBS: Titans (Home)
  • December 3 on CBS: Jaguars
  • December 10 on CBS: Bills
  • December 14 on NBC/NFLN: Broncos (Home)
  • December 23 on NFLN: Ravens
  • December 31 on CBS: Texans (Home)
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