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XFL Football: Championship Game Tickets Now On Sale for Season Ticket Holders, Public Tomorrow

As the XFL season kicked off, the league announced that the 2023 XFL Championship game would be held at the Alamodome in San Antonio. With week 7 wrapped up, XFL Championship tickets have officially been made available for current season ticket holders. The 2023 XFL Championship game will take place on Saturday, May 13th.

If you have season tickets, check your email for a pre-sale code from the league, which you can enter at Ticketmaster to secure your tickets.

Act fast, as tickets appear to be selling quickly. Currently, only lower bowl tickets are available, but the league is expected to open up the upper-bowl once all tickets become available.

Tickets are now available for purchase, with seats starting at $25. Use code XFLFAN to unlock the offer. The general public sale starts on April 6th, 2023, so make sure to secure your Championship tickets today!

Ticket prices range from $25 to $120.

North Division standings:

  1. D.C. Defenders (6-1, .857)
  2. St. Louis Battlehawks (5-2, .714)
  3. Seattle Sea Dragons (5-2, .714)
  4. Vegas Vipers (2-5, .286)

South Division standings:

  1. Houston Roughnecks (4-3, .571)
  2. Arlington Renegades (3-4, .429)
  3. San Antonio Brahmas (2-5, .286)
  4. Orlando Guardians (1-6, .143)

Currently, the D.C. Defenders and St. Louis Battlehawks lead the North Division with strong records, while the Houston Roughnecks have the best chance in the South Division. As the season progresses, keep an eye on these top contenders as they fight for their spot in the XFL Championship. The XFL News Hub team looks forward to seeing you in San Antonio!

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