INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - The hunt is on for tickets to the Colts AFC Championship Gameagainst the Jets. Season ticket holders already have theirs if theywanted them but other fans are trying to see if they can scoreseats the week before the game.
From talk radio to ticket brokers' offices, it's obvious theminds of more and more people are on the Colts this week.
At Circle City Tickets on Indianapolis’ north side, it hasbeen a very busy Monday. Fans are looking for tickets to Sunday'sgame.
"You can get a couple of seats, upper-level end zone, about $175each and then going up to the $600 to $700 range for club. And thenit can go up to over $1,000 for the very best club. So that's kindof the range," said Mike Peduto of Circle City Tickets.
Peduto and his company are selling tickets that season ticketholders have decided they don't want.
"Some of it's people like, 'I've decided I'll watch on TV andput the money towards next year's tickets.' I even had a friend ofours that, him and his son, decided to sell them and make adonation to Haiti, towards the Haitian relief, which is kind ofneat," said Peduto.
Those who may not be able to afford to see the game in personcan at least talk about it. On 1070 The Fan Monday afternoon, somecallers waited nearly an hour to have their say -- or sometimes afriendly argument -- with host Dan Dakich.
"If (the Colts) get field position, if they can hold the Jets todriving the ball 70, 80 yards, the Colts are gonna win because thequarterback, Sanchez, the running game, the Colts can handle allthat," argued Dakich.
There are rallies for the Colts all week.
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