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Beware Of Fake Tickets This Weekend

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    NASHVILLE, TN - SEPTEMBER 22: Philip Rivers #17 of the San Diego Chargers points out something to the officials during a game against the Tennessee Titans at LP Field on September 22, 2013 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Images)

    If the Chargers are able to announce on Thursday there will be no local TV blackout, you know that weekend's game is going to be a big deal.

    Sure enough, a sellout crowd is expected for Sunday’s game against the Cowboys at Qualcomm Stadium, so the demand for tickets is unusually high. Where there's a chance to make a buck, you will find people trying to exploit it.

    The franchise and San Diego Police Department are warning fans to watch out for fraudulent tickets. You'll mostly find them from scalpers, both online and in person. The SDPD will have additional officers, both uniformed and undercover, monitoring ticket sales around The Q.

    According to the Chargers, the only way to assure ticket authenticity is to get them directly through the team, Chargers.com, Ticketmaster or the NFL’s official resale provider, NFL.com/TicketExchange.

    As of Friday evening a limited number of scattered single Club seats and suites remain available for Sunday’s 1:25 kickoff against Dallas.

    To purchase tickets, fans can go to the Chargers official website, call 1-877-CHARGERS or visit the Chargers Ticket Office at Gate C at Qualcomm Stadium. The ticket office is open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday, 10-4 p.m.