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The Indianapolis Colts have announced that single-game tickets for the 2015 season go on sale tomorrow (Wednesday, July 8).

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The last time the Indianapolis Colts played in front of a home crowd that wasn't a sellout was on September 21, 2003 against the Jacksonville Jaguars.  Since then, the Colts have sold out 105 games in a row (including the playoffs) and have sold out 139 of their last 140 home games.  Entering 2015, it is fully expected that the streak will continue for another season, given the Super Bowl expectations for the Colts and a nice slate of home games.

On Wednesday, July 8 (tomorrow), Colts single-game tickets will go on sale to the public at 10:00 a.m. ET.  The tickets will be available at the usual outlets: at the Lucas Oil Stadium box office, at Ticketmaster ticket centers, at ticketmaster.com, or by calling 1-800-745-3000.

The Colts have tickets available for the regular season home games against the New York Jets (on Monday Night Football in week 2), the Houston Texans (in week 15), and the Tennessee Titans (in week 17), as well as both home preseason games, against the Chicago Bears (preseason week 2) and Cincinnati Bengals (preseason week 4).  For the other five regular season home games, only single game tickets and partially obstructed view tickets remain available.  This includes the team's home games against the Jacksonville Jaguars (week 4), the New England Patriots (on Sunday Night Football in week 6), the New Orleans Saints (in week 7), the Denver Broncos (Peyton Manning's return to Indy in week 9), and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (in week 12).

As always, however, that you can find tickets available online at other outlets as we approach the season.  So, in other words, just because there are only single game or partially obstructed view tickets for many of the games, if you really want to go you'll be able to find a way to get tickets.

It should be an exciting season for the Indianapolis Colts, as they figure to have one of the league's best and most exciting offenses and a team with Super Bowl expectations.  For those in the Indianapolis era or for those Colts fans who are looking to travel to Indy for a game, single-game tickets go on sale tomorrow morning through the Colts and Ticketmaster.