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INDIANAPOLIS (July 7, 2015) – A limited number of single-game Indianapolis Colts tickets will go on sale for home games starting Wednesday morning.

Fans can buy tickets at the Lucas Oil Stadium ticket office, all Ticketmaster Ticket Centers, by phone at 1-800-745-3000, and online at www.ticketmaster.com starting at 10 a.m. on July 8.

Tickets will be available for the Bears and Bengals preseason games as well as regular season games against the Texans and Titans. Single seat and partially obstructed view tickets can be purchased for matchups against the Jaguars, Patriots, Saints, Broncos and Buccaneers.

Single seat tickets can be purchased through any outlet by phone or online. However, tickets for partially obstructed view seats have to be purchased in person at the Lucas Oil Stadium Ticket Office starting at 10 a.m. Wednesday. Fans are limited to 10 partially obstructed view tickets per transaction; a photo ID is required for those purchases.

Fans should know that “flex scheduling” could come into play for Weeks 5-10 of the NFL season. That means games could be moved from Sunday afternoon to a prime time slot and vice versa. Some games could also switch networks (“cross-flexed”), moving between CBS and FOX to give fans the chance to watch games previously available to only a small TV audience.

Flexible scheduling will also be used in Weeks 11-17, as it has in recent seasons. Flex scheduling doesn’t apply to games played on Thursday, Saturday or Monday nights. The league will announce changes at least 12 days before a game during Weeks 11-16; the window is six days for Week 17.

There is no Sunday night game scheduled for Week 17, but the league will move one game to that time slot, preferably one with postseason ramifications.

For more information about tickets, visit Colts.com/tickets.

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