(CBS 8 / AP) - The San Diego Chargers announced Friday that enough tickets have been sold to lift the local television blackout of the Chargers-Broncos game on Monday, Nov. 22 at Qualcomm Stadium.
Monday night kickoff is at 5:30 pm PT and will be televised locally on CBS 8 and ESPN.
A limited number of Club Level tickets and tickets returned by the visiting team are still available at the Chargers' ticket office.
It is just the second time in five home games that Southern California's only NFL team has sold enough tickets to allow the game to be seen in the region.
The only other game shown on local TV this season was against the New England Patriots. Games against Jacksonville, Arizona and Tennessee were blacked out.
Fans attending the game are urged to use mass transit or carpool, and arrive early. To avoid heavy traffic around the stadium on Interstates 8 and 15, fans can reach the stadium via the Friars Rd. East exit off of Highway 163.
The Chargers say they still have 2,500 general admission tickets to sell to lift the blackout for the Oakland game Dec. 5, 8,500 for Kansas City on Dec. 12 and 6,500 for San Francisco on Dec. 16.
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