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Cards Sellout Season Tickets For Second Straight Year

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Tempe, AZ – The Arizona Cardinals Football Club today announced that season tickets for the 2007 campaign at University of Phoenix Stadium have completely sold out.

This marks the second time in as many seasons that the team has sold out its entire season ticket allotment. In the inaugural season at University of Phoenix Stadium, the Cardinals sold out all 10 home games (two preseason, eight regular season) for the first time in club history.

As they did a year ago, the Cardinals have set aside 3,000 tickets for each of the 2007 home games. The first opportunity to purchase these single-game tickets will go to those on the team's season-ticket waiting list. Individuals on the waiting list will be able to purchase single-game tickets for up to three 2007 contests in a quantity equal to the number of seat deposits they have placed.

Remaining individual-game tickets will go on-sale on Saturday, July 21 and the amount available at that time will depend upon sales to waiting list members.

A very limited number of premium seating options still remain for the 2007 season. Please call (602) 379-0102 or visit www.azcardinals.com to learn more about Stadium Lofts and Field Boxes.

WAITING LIST: Individuals can join the waiting list by placing a deposit of $200 per seat. This non-refundable deposit will be applied in full toward the future purchase of Cardinals season tickets and there will be a limit of eight per person.

The opportunity for waiting list members to purchase individual-game tickets will extend through the July 21 on-sale date or while supply lasts.

For more information, please contact the Cardinals ticket office at 602-379-0102.

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