Just like the last home game, Chargers’ fans won’t be able to watch the game within a 75-mile radius of Qualcomm stadium, including cable and satellite.
According to the Chargers, there are still more than 6,500 tickets available for the game.
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When fans first heard the word “blackout” associated with their beloved hometeam football games, feelings of anger and disappointment arose. Some resorted to buying the expensive tickets—around $80 per person—and some got creative.
Here are some fan solutions:
- “Slingbox” is a website where you can watch TV on your computer so you just might be able to find the game there.
- One fan even suggested Skype-ing with someone who has the game on TV and watching it through that third-party medium. Although the quality won’t be terrific, it’s better than no game at all, right?
- You can listen to the game live on the radio. KIOZ Rock 105.3 Fm and XTRA Sports 1360 AM.
- Of course, if you know someone in an area that the game is being shown, you can always head there to see it.
Kick off is at 1:15 p.m.