A limited number of Los Angeles Rams single-game tickets will go on sale through Ticketmaster Thursday, but you can already go to other online sites if you’re willing to pay more than $1,000 per ducat.
Season tickets for Rams games at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum sold out earlier this month. About 56,000 people placed deposits for season tickets earlier this year, and the team wound up selling roughly 70,000. Fans who placed deposits but did not get season tickets will get priority for single- game tickets over the past few weeks.
Joanna Hunter of the Rams said a “very limited number” of tickets will go on sale to the public at 10 a.m. via Ticketmaster, and the team expects all of them to be sold quickly. The tickets will start at $40.
But that’s for the nosebleed section.
The well-known third-party ticketing website StubHub already has single tickets available, but they are pricey. The Rams home opener against the Seattle Seahawks will cost anywhere from more than $100 to more than $1,000 for a great seat.
Yes, you read that right: That’s $1,000 for a single ticket.
Seating capacity for Rams games at the Coliseum will be about 80,000, although the team may expand to 90,000 for select games, Hunter said.
The Rams will play two preseason games at the Coliseum, on Aug. 13 against the Dallas Cowboys and Aug. 20 against the Kansas City Chiefs. The first regular season game will be Sept. 18 against the Seattle Seahawks — a team coached by former USC head coach Pete Carroll.
—City News Service