NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Single-game tickets for the Tennessee Titans went on sale Friday morning.
Some fans camped outside LP Field to be the first in line, with the first person arriving around 10 a.m. Thursday.
While there were a lot of die-hard fans-- not every one was there for the Titans.
"We are recently moved her to Mt. Juliet from Illinois and we're here to get a Bears tickets. We couldn't get Bears tickets in Illinois, so we are here this morning," said Diane Wadsworth.
"I arrived last night around 8. I noticed there was only a couple of people in line, so I made a quick trip out to training camp to try to get a few autographs and talk to a few players before I got in line," said Henry Gann.
This sale is a chance for fans to purchase single game tickets for Titans games without having to pay hundreds or thousands of dollars for season tickets.
The lowest price fans can pay for a single game ticket is $35.
This year, the line was much shorter than years past, but Titans fans say they are hoping for a winning season to change all that.
"And if they do that then hopefully I will have to get out here a little earlier next year, because there will be more people in line," said fan Jeffery Patton.
Tickets can be bought at LP Field, calling Ticketmaster at 1 (800) 745-3000, visiting any Ticketmaster outlet, or logging on to the Ticketmaster web site at Ticketmaster.com.
The first preseason game is Saturday, August 11, against the Seattle Seahawks.