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Playoff tickets available now for Saints season ticket holders

(Source: FOX 8) (Source: FOX 8)
NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) -

The New Orleans Saints released the following information for season ticket holders regarding playoff tickets.

"As we enter the final stretch of the 2017 season, we are preparing for a playoff run! With the Saints in contention for at least one home playoff game, we are required by the NFL to begin invoicing for potential postseason games at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. And as a Season Ticket Holder, you have first access to all home playoff games.

"The playoff package consists of two possible home games: Game 1 – NFC Wild Card/Divisional Game and Game 2 – NFC Championship Game. We offer two playoff ticket payment options:

"Pay for all potential home playoff games up front with any un-played game’s payments credited to your account. Ticket Holders who select this option, and choose to renew for the 2018 season, will have any un-played game’s payments credited toward their 2018 Season Ticket Renewal. To pay for your playoff tickets in full, you can mail in your payment -- paper invoices are en route with scheduled delivery by the end of this week/early next week -- pay online through your Saints Account Manager or contact our Ticket Office at (504) 731-1700.

"Our “Pay as We Play” program allows you to provide your credit card information now, but you will not be charged until each home playoff game is secured. To sign up for this option, please log on to your Saints Account Manager. From there, you will be able to choose this option and provide your credit card info. You can also call the Ticket Office to sign up for this option. Please note, should your payment decline on the credit card provided, your playoff tickets will no longer be guaranteed.

"The deadline to opt-in for playoff tickets is Thursday, December 7.

"After the opt-in deadline, Saints Season Ticket Holders who have purchased the seats in their account will be given the first opportunity to purchase any non-purchased playoff tickets (six additional seats max per account). The additional seat request process for the playoffs will be handled online, via our IOMEDIA Virtual Venue tool. In the coming weeks, you will receive an email detailing your designated additional seat purchase opportunity time window. As always, the process will be handled on a seniority basis and is subject to availability.

"If you have any questions regarding your payment options or any other ticketing matter, please feel free to contact us. We, once again, thank you for your continued support, and we hope to see you at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome for the 2017 NFL Playoffs!

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