CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Now that the Panthers have pushed their way to the playoffs, they have a busy schedule ahead.
If they win Sunday against Atlanta, they’ll get a home game.
If they lose and the Saints lose, they get a home game.
In every other scenario, they end up on the road.
Tickets for a possible Charlotte matchup are already a hot commodity.
Anyone with a PSL would have had to pay for a ticket by Dec. 18. Fans without one are looking for other ways to get into the game. There are about 1,200 available on StubHub. They’re going for about $230 a piece.
Fans are reminded to be on the lookout for counterfeit tickets. Sunday, officials say someone who paid $220 for a ticket couldn’t get into the game because the ticket was a fake.
Buyers can always compare their ticket to a real one to see if it’s real, but the more surefire way to avoid being duped is going through the Panthers ticket office.