Tickets for two games at Wembley Stadium went on sale Tuesday, and the NFL announced early today that the Eagles-Jaguars game on October 28 has already sold out, while the Titans-Chargers game a week earlier has only “very limited single tickets available.”
“Due to the unprecedented demand for this sale, we understand that fans who missed out on tickets are frustrated,” the NFL said in a statement.
London tickets sell out fast, and UK NFL fans aren't happy https://t.co/xd6niYk3Qz— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) May 2, 2018
Single-game tickets ranging from £156 (approx. $213) down to kids seats at £21 (approx. $29) were snapped up online so quickly that the NFL admitted that some fans in the UK are unhappy — a potential sign, in an odd way, of the league's growing popularity.