NASHVILLE, Tenn. – For the first time in franchise history, single game Titans tickets did not sell out when they hit stands Monday morning.
As of Monday night, there are between 1,200 and 2,000 seats still up for grabs for the Titans' home games at LP Field.
Lines were significantly shorter at LP Field Monday when they went on sale at 10 a.m.
A number of PSL ticket holders also showed up in hopes to sell their season tickets, but there weren't a lot of bites.
"I just come out here to sell tickets but I guess I'll just go to the game now. Go Titans," said fan Joe Harrison.
Approximately 3,000 tickets were available for each home game.
Titans Executive Vice President Don MacLachlan said as of 4 p.m. Monday, the Colts game is almost sold out.
"We're very encouraged knowing that we don't have a lot of tickets remaining for each regular season home game with the exception of the Colts. And that fans that have not been able to attend games at LP Field in the past will be able to get tickets to the seven other home games including the home opener with the Ravens, we've got the Broncos, the Saints. There's a lot of great games on the home schedule," said MacLachlan. "We are now going to be more proactive on our end that we ever have before in terms of reaching out to groups, reaching out to our waiting list," MacLachlan said.
The other seven regular season games still have tickets available.
"We're in a recession, obviously it's a rebuilding season for us. I have to say if I had not already committed to buying my tickets, I would have re-thought it," admitted fan Rusty Gaston.
The Titans have sold out every game at LP Field since opening the stadium for the 1999 season. It is a 124 game streak.
Fans gathered at Baptist Sports Park Monday to take in the team's pre-season practice. Those along the fence watching did not seemed to concerned about not immediately selling out the season.
"Just because it didn't sell out, it'll still be sold out the day of the game. Don't have any problems with it," said Titans fan Pete Emerson.
The Titans start the preseason with a home game against Minnesota on August 13 and open the regular season at Jacksonville on September 11.
(The Associated Press Contributed To This Report.)