Wembley Games General Ticket Sale Cancelled

Breaking Good News/Bad News for Ticket Sales

Ahead of this weekend’s Super Bowl in Houston the NFL have announced that the planned general sale of tickets for the games at Wembley between New Orleans Saints at Miami Dolphins and Baltimore Ravens at Jacksonville Jaguars has been cancelled.

Single match tickets (as opposed to season tickets covering all four International Series games) went on sale this Thursday to fans who had pre-registered interest. The fixture between the Saints and The Dolphins has now sold out and there are only a few remaining tickets for the Ravens at the Jaguars which are selling fast.

Fans who have already been sent a pre-sale code can still purchase the last remaining tickets for the Jags game but the NFL are removing the opportunity for a general sale that was planned for Tuesday.

Though those who didn’t pre-register will be disappointed to not have a chance to purchase tickets, this is once again good news for the NFL’s continued success and development in the UK , with fixture after fixture continuing to sell out.

Twickenham Sale Date Announced

The Arizona Cardinals Vs LA Rams and Minnesota Vikings vs Cleveland Browns tickets will go on sale on another important day for the NFL: that will be the day of the NFL Draft, 27 April 2017.

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The order of the two Twickenham games on 22 and 29 October as well as kick off times for all games are yet to be confirmed.

It would be good if the success of the Wembley games knocks onto those at Twickenham. If you are interested in tickets for these fixtures I would therefore strongly suggest you register your interest so that you can take advantage of any pre-sale opportunity.

If you missed out on either of the games at Wembley don’t panic and don’t buy from secondary ticket sites just yet. There will be an allocation of tickets that are reserved for fans of each team visiting from the US including their own season ticket holders. Any of these remaining unsold will go on sale in the UK in August.

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