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Single-seat tickets remain for NFC Championship

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ATLANTA, Ga. -

The Atlanta Falcons advanced to the NFC Championship Game with a win over Seattle on Sunday.  They'll host the San Francisco 49ers next Sunday at The Georgia Dome, and tickets for the big game are a hot item for many Falcons fans. 

NFC Championship tickets went on sale at 10 a.m. Monday morning on www.ticketmaster.com and www.AtlantaFalcons.com.  There's a four-ticket limit per person, but a quick search for tickets around 9 p.m. showed only single-seat availability remaining.  And if you want a ticket, it'll cost you: prices range from $150-$350 plus service charges.

Tickets were only offered online, but a few fans still showed up to the Georgia Dome box office on Monday morning in hopes of buying them.  Despite the rainy weather, they were still smiling about the outcome of Sunday's crazy divisional playoff game.

Videos of fans reacting to the wild ending of Sunday's game quickly spread on YouTube. Do you have pics or videos of you and your friends celebrating the win? We want to see them! Click here for more information.

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