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Titans Fireball Fast Pass offers season tickets to every home game for only $300

by PRIDE Newsdesk

One of the true bargains in professional sports these days is the Titans Fireball Fast Pass. For about $300, you can get seats in Nissan Stadium for each and every preseason and regular-season game for your hometown AFC South Champion Tennessee Titans. And, if you want, you can get up to three additional seats for the same price each. It also gives you priority options for playoff game tickets.

Here’s your chance to be in the stadium for each of the 2022 home opponents: Dak Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys, Joe Burrow and the defending AFC Champion Cincinnati Bengals, (Maybe Russell Wilson* and the) Denver Broncos, Houston Texans, Indianapolis Colts, Jacksonville Jaguars, Las Vegas Raiders, New York Giants, and 2 preseason opponents yet to be announced. (*At press time, a trade was in the works that would send Wilson to the Broncos; don’t hold us to that, but it might happen)

Introduced in 2019, the Fireball Fast Pass is a digital ticket package that provides up to four seats per purchaser, at $327.52 each including taxes this season. Some single games can cost that much or more from scalpers. So, before you can say, “so if they’re that cheap, there’s gotta be a catch, right?” Well, yes, there is a catch. In fact, there are a few catches. But not enough to make the package an unattractive option.

The Titans website says: “See all 10 games for just $300. Act now because quantities are limited and orders will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Also: “Mobile-only – you will not receive printed tickets. Limit 4 Fireball Fast Passes per account. Tickets are non-transferable and cannot be resold. Tickets will be placed in your online account 48 hours before kick-off. Different 300 Level seat for every game. Fireball Fast Pass purchasers will have the option to purchase playoff tickets before the general public.”

Let’s break that down. After taxes, the package is $327.52 for one, up to $1,310.08 for four (the maximum allowed). The seats are non-PSL seats in the upper bowl, and they vary from game to game. The tickets are emailed and digital; there are no paper tickets to sell or transfer; and your I.D. maybe required with the digital ticket for entry.

As one fan put it: “Nissan isn’t that huge of a stadium where the sightlines are that bad, besides with the giant replay boards you get a chance to see any play you might have missed. When I had upper deck season tickets, I actually had to catch myself from watching the plays live on the boards; so even if you couldn’t see the field ‘well enough’ you could watch it on the boards and still be part of the atmosphere and tailgate etc., not bad for $30.” Not bad indeed, considering a ticket to The Batman in Imax was going for $29.24 at Universal Cinema AMC at CityWalk Hollywood at press time.

For questions or additional information, please contact the Titans Ticket Office at 615.565.4200 or at ticketsales@titans.nfl.com. For more details, and to sign up for more information or to get the Fireball Fast Pass, go to this website: https://www.tennesseetitans.com/tickets/fireball-fast-pass.

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