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Chiefs single-game tickets will go on sale Thursday

The Chiefs will have tickets on sale the day after the full NFL schedule is announced.

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As we reported last month, the NFL is set to announce its official schedule for all 273 games of the newly-expanded 17-game 2021 regular season during a special broadcast on NFL Network beginning at 7 p.m. Arrowhead Time on Wednesday night.

And after that, the Kansas City Chiefs are wasting no time. Single-game regular-season tickets are going to go on sale the next morning.

The Chiefs gave additional details in a press release.

Tickets may be purchased at www.Chiefs.com by the public beginning at noon [Arrowhead Time] Thursday. Season Ticket Members will have an exclusive online presale beginning Thursday at 11 a.m. The club will notify Season Ticket Members via email with instructions on how to purchase single-game tickets in addition to their season tickets.

In continuation of the team’s long-standing policy, the taxpayers of Jackson County, Missouri, will have a presale opportunity to purchase single-game tickets for the 2021 season from 8 to 10 a.m. on Thursday. The Jackson County taxpayer presale will take place online only and purchasers must use a credit card with a billing zip code within Jackson County to participate.

Tickets for the 2021 season will be sold under a full capacity and ticket delivery will be mobile only. The ticket office will not be open for any walk-up sales. All single-game and group tickets for Chiefs home games are subject to availability and dynamic pricing.

All fans are encouraged to purchase parking passes in advance to secure the lowest price and reduce their time spent at the tollgate. All parking is mobile only and can be purchased during the ticket purchase process or in advance of the game at www.Chiefs.com/parking. Parking is $45 per game when purchased in advance.

Here are the Chiefs’ opponents for 2021:

Home: Denver Broncos, Los Angeles Chargers, Las Vegas Raiders, Buffalo Bills, Cleveland Browns, Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants, Pittsburgh Steelers and Green Bay Packers.

Away: Broncos, Chargers, Raiders, Bengals, Philadelphia Eagles, Baltimore Ravens, Tennessee Titans and Washington Football Team.