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The San Diego Chargers average ticket price for regular season NFL games has fluctuated over the past six years. The Chargers average ticket price saw the largest increase in the 2012 season, with a 73% increase compared to the 2011 season. In 2015 the average Chargers ticket price decreased by 15%, and the 2016 Chargers average ticket price is now at the lowest it’s been since 2012 with a price of $84.

San Diego Chargers Regular Season Average Ticket Prices

(Data updated 11/2/2016)

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2016 Chargers Season Preview

The 2016 San Diego Chargers schedule is set and the team is returning from a rough 2015 season. The Chargers only went 4-12 in 2015 and finished fourth in the AFC West. The Chargers are hoping to move forward and improve on last year’s season. The Chargers offense will be led by Philip Rivers as starting quarterback, as well as veteran tight end Antonio Gates, and wide receiver Keenan Allen. San Diego is hoping that new 2016 first round draft pick defensive end Joey Bosa will help improve their defense. After one of the worst seasons in franchise history, it will be interesting to see whether the Chargers can turn things around during the 2016 season. TicketCity is the place to go for San Diego Chargers tickets. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Chargers at Qualcomm Stadium, or supporting San Diego on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all San Diego Chargers tickets, including home and away games.

San Diego Chargers Football at Qualcomm Stadium

Address: 9449 Friars Rd, San Diego, California, 92108

The Chargers play their home games in Qualcomm Stadium, located in San Diego, California. The second oldest stadium in the NFL behind just Lambeau Field, Qualcomm Stadium was expanded in 1997 to increase its capacity to 71,500 screaming Charger fans. Get to the stadium early on game day to experience the Power Party tailgate at Qualcomm Stadium. The Power Party gives fans a chance to meet the Charger Girls and keep up to date with the rest of the NFL action going on around the league. The San Diego Chargers home bench is on the Qualcomm Stadium sideline with sections 31-45. Qualcomm Stadium parking information is covered in our Chargers event guide.

Qualcomm Stadium Seating Chart

San Diego Chargers Rivals

This rivalry dates back to 1960 and has over 105 matchups between the two teams. With both teams playing in the same state and in the same division, this rivalry has evolved over the years to become one of the more intense games of the season. This rivalry has many memorable games including “The Holy Roller” game from 1978.

A rivalry that started in the mid 1960’s, these two teams have battled throughout the years evidenced by their tight all-time series record against one another. With both teams playing in the same division and facing two times a year, this rivalry will only continue to get better.

These two teams have met over 100 times that dates back to 1960 and has become one of the better rivalries in the NFL. This rivalry has been voted in the Top 10 of many publications because of the controversial games between the two teams and the success both franchises have had throughout the years.

Chargers in the Super Bowl, AFC Championship and NFL Playoffs

The Chargers have totaled 14+ division titles since their franchise started in 1960. This franchise has also won an AFC Championship and has made the playoffs over 15 times. With 5+ Hall of Famers and the success on the field, the Chargers will only continue to add to what they have established in the last 50+ years.

San Diego Chargers Event Guide

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What time to gates open prior to kick off for a San Diego Chargers game?

The gates open one and half hour prior to the start of Chargers games for all San Diego Chargers tickets holders.

What are some good places to eat before a San Diego Chargers game?

There are many restaurants surrounding the stadium but inside there is Murphy’s Bar & Restaurant which is located on the Plaza level close to gate F. Another option is the Endzone Club which is located close to section 21 on the loge level.

Are there any family-friendly sections in Qualcomm Stadium?

San Diego Chargers tickets holders in sections 58, Rows 5 to 26 are dedicated to a family-friendly experience. Alcohol and vulgar language are not permitted in this section. There are also family restrooms in loge 49 and loge 54, you can get to them from the 5 or 6 elevator.

Does my child need a ticket to a San Diego Chargers game?

Children who are under 2 years old and also less than 36 inches tall will be allowed to enter San Diego Chargers games without a ticket, but must sit on a parent or guardians lap during the games.

San Diego Chargers Preview History

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2015 San Diego Chargers Season Preview

The San Diego Chargers had a rough finish to the season in 2014, losing 3 of their final 4 games, to finish just outside the playoff picture. Despite the disappointment, the Chargers were once again one of the NFL’s best teams. The core of the Chargers attack will return in 2015, with quarterback Phillip Rivers, and receivers Malcolm Floyd and Keenan Allen all on the roster for this season. The Chargers did add extra weapons in receiver Stevie Johnson, and rookie running back Melvin Gordon. Gordon has the ability to be the premier rusher that San Diego has been lacking over the last few seasons. The San Diego Chargers defense will once again be anchored by Manti Te’o and Eric Weddle. The AFC West may be the most competitive division in the NFL, with the Chargers, Broncos, and Chiefs all having legitimate chances to claim the division. Top non-division games on the San Diego Chargers 2015 schedule include the Detroit Lions, and Pittsburgh Steelers at home, and at the Cincinnati Bengals, Green Bay Packers, and Baltimore Ravens.

2014 San Diego Chargers Season Preview

The Chargers fell just short of the playoffs last season, going 9-7 after starting the season 5-7. San Diego won the last four of the season, including over the AFC Champion Denver Broncos. Philip Rivers had the best season of his career, and he’ll be at the helm of a largely unchanged team in 2014. The Chargers lost all but one game by one score or less, so they’re really close to being a team with a top seed in the AFC playoffs. The team did pick up CB Brandon Flowers and RB Donald Brown, as well as draft picks CB Jason Verrett and DE Jeremiah Attaochu to help close the gap between them and the Broncos and Chiefs. The Chargers open the season in Arizona before coming home to host the Super Bowl champion Seahawks in Week 2. San Diego will also see the Jets and Jaguars come into Qualcomm early in the season, while taking road trips to Oakland and Denver in October. It’ll be a tough end of the season, as both the Patriots and Broncos will be in San Diego for Weeks 14 and 15, then they’ll end the year with two road games in San Francisco and Kansas City.

2013 San Diego Chargers Season Preview

The Chargers have undergone major changes over the offseason, most notably in the coaching staff. In an effort to improve the offense, San Diego hired Denver Bronco offensive coordinator Mike McCoy, giving him his first head coaching job. To provide experience on the bench next to him, the Chargers hired former Arizona Cardinal head coach Ken Whisenhunt to run the offense. To further aide the offense, San Diego fortified its offensive line by signing veteran tackle Max Starks and selected tackle D.J. Fluker with the 11th overall pick in the NFL Draft. Defensively, the Chargers looked to improve by adding corner back Derek Cox and selecting Notre Dame linebacker Mante T’eo in the second round of the draft. With Philip Rivers and Antonio Gates still running the offense, the Chargers have their sights set on their first playoff appearance since 2009.

2011 San Diego Chargers Season Preview

The San Diego Chargers have been tough to pin down over the last several seasons. They enter each season with great potential, but they never reach their ultimate goal—the Super Bowl. The Chargers once again enter the year as a solid team, but whether they can reach the postseason is up in the air. Despite missing out on the playoffs last season, San Diego had the top-ranked offense in the league. Quarterback Philip Rivers is one of the true gunslingers in the NFL, and will once again have a number of talented players surrounding him. Vincent Jackson mercifully ended his holdout, so he will line up opposite Malcom Floyd and catch bullets along with tight end Antonio Gates. The Chargers defense will likely have to step it up this season, as it was the squad that let the team down last year. The secondary should be improved thanks in large part to the acquisition of Bob Sanders who, if healthy, is a game changer. The front seven is still a question mark; however, as linebacker Takeo Spikes is the only one among them who has a wealth of experience.

2010 San Diego Chargers Season Preview

The San Diego Chargers cruised to a 13-3 regular season in 2009, but failed to get very far in the playoffs, losing to the New York Jets in the second round. Thanks in large part to an easy division, the Chargers will likely be returning to the playoffs this season, but whether or not they can advance to the Super Bowl is uncertain. Philip Rivers has emerged as one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL, and showed just how good he can be last season, throwing for more than 4,000 yards. However, he may be without one of his favorite targets, as receiver Vincent Jackson will be sidelined for at least the first three games due to a suspension. LaDanian Tomlinson, who lead the Chargers for much of the last decade, is now with the Jets, and the job now falls on rookie running back Ryan Mathews to replace him. The San Diego defense had a tough time stopping the run last season, and will likely have to improve in that area if they want to advance farther in the playoffs. The onus for stopping the run will fall on linebackers Shawne Merriman and Shaun Phillips. The secondary was solid in 2009, but one of the best defensive backs in the league, Antonio Cromartie, left to play for the Jets, so Quentin Jammer and Antoine Cason will have to step up.

2009 San Diego Chargers Season Preview

On paper the San Diego Chargers are one of the best teams in the NFL. Quarterback Philip Rivers, future hall of fame running back LaDainian Tomlinson and perennial Pro Bowl tight end Antonio Gates. So what's not to like about the Bolts? Not much, except that San Diego has yet to make it to Super Bowl with their current collection of talent. They have won their division for three straight years and have won some games in the playoffs, but their last AFC Championship was in 1994. This San Diego team is too talented to fall short of the Super Bowl, the team's motto for 2009 should be "Super Bowl or Bust." Coach Norv Turner should turn the Chargers loose on offense and then ride linebacker Shawne Merriman's defense all the way to Miami.

2008 San Diego Chargers Season Preview

The San Diego Chargers are ready to best their 11-5 season last year by beefing up where it counts - experience. Heading into the AFC West division title last season, there was a looming sense of inexperience for even the biggest starters. Most of the team has never seen a playoff victory in their lifetime. However, with a solid returning defense (one that ranked #1 for several categories in the past two season), and a load of star players at offense, things are looking up for the 2008 Chargers. You can definitely count on this team to win their third straight AFC West title, and capture a playoff berth. This Charger team has the experience necessary to win some big games this season, and possibly even make an appearance at the Super Bowl. Make sure to grab some tickets to see this team play the Saints in London at Wembley Stadium this season, the second-ever regular season NFL game played in Europe.

San Diego Chargers News

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San Diego Chargers - 12/2/2016

If Melvin Gordon gets 92 yards in Sunday’s game against the Buccaneers he will reach 1,000 rushing yards for this season. Gordon has had nine touchdowns this season and 234 carries.

San Diego Chargers - 11/11/2016

Chargers wide receiver Travis Benjamin has missed practices this week due to a knee sprain and it is unsure whether he will play against the Dolphins this upcoming weekend.

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