SEATTLE -- Hundreds of people showed up at CenturyLink Field for their chance to snag Seahawks tickets.
This year, fans were technically not allowed to camp out or even begin lining up until 7:00 a.m. But we saw plenty of tents and even spoke to some people who began waiting for tickets Saturday night.
The line stretched from the box office all the way down along the stadium and down Edgar Martinez Way for a chance to get single game tickets.
Q13 News reporter John Hopperstad said Seattle police were called to the scene at least twice because of accusations of fans cutting the line.
Tickets will go on sale for $66.50 at the box office beginning at 9 a.m.
The team did not distribute wristbands like they have in previous years.
There will be complimentary parking in the stadium’s garage beginning at 6 a.m.
A Seahawks spokesperson issued the following statement:
We understand there was a bit of confusion at our single-game ticket event at CenturyLink Field this morning because fans were camping outside of stadium property. We discouraged camping and fans were not permitted on CenturyLink Field property until 7 a.m. this morning. Single-game tickets still remain at the CenturyLink Field Box Office for $65.50. Everyone who attended our on-sale event were able to purchase Seahawks tickets. We apologize for any inconvenience or confusion.