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Silver Minings: Raiders vs Chargers tickets are a hot commodity

Sunday’s matchup at Allegiant Stadium is basically a playoff game

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This weekend’s huge Las Vegas Raiders game against the Los Angeles Chargers is the biggest in the two-season history of Allegiant Stadium.

It is basically a playoff game. One of the teams will make the playoffs with a victory. It should be an incredible atmosphere, and fans are already clamoring to get into Allegiant Stadium to witness it.

According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, the game is a hot ticket. There aren’t a lot of tickets available and the price tag isn’t cheap, as shown in this tweet:

So if you want to see this epic game and haven’t gotten your tickets yet, you might want to get on it.

This can be a defining moment for the Raiders in this stadium, they are 4-4 at home this season and 6-10 at Allegiant Stadium overall. In their last game at home — a 17-13 win over the Denver Broncos — Raiders’ quarterback Derek Carr said its was the best home-field advantage he has seen in Las Vegas. This game offers another huge chance for the fans to make their presence felt.

In other Raiders’ links:

  • Answering the call: Derek Carr and the Raiders are living up to the late-season pressure.
  • Playoff talk: The Athletic has a post-Colts’ game podcast detailing what it means for the Raiders’ playoff hopes.
  • Breaking down the win: The Raiders’ website examines the big win in Indy.