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SanDiego.com

September 09, 2014 09:00 ET

SanDiego.com Releases 2014 San Diego Chargers Season Survival Guide

Who Doesn't Enjoy Charger Season in San Diego? Here's the Scoop on How to Survive It!

SAN DIEGO, CA--(Marketwired - Sep 9, 2014) - Just in time for NFL football season, SanDiego.com has released its survival guide for the 2014 Chargers season. This destination travel website for all things San Diego breaks down crucial information for Bolts fans about food, beverages, parking, lodging, transportation, Qualcomm Stadium and San Diego Chargers tickets.

Qualcomm

People wishing to attend a San Diego Chargers game can research their trip at SanDiego.com, which helps visitors make the most of their time and budget. Plugged into the San Diego scene since 1994, the travel website quickly alerts Bolts fans to what they need to know for game day. The survival guide starts with the top five things people need to know about Chargers tickets.

For example, the seating areas at Qualcomm Stadium are explained. Available sections are the club, view, upper, end zone, field, plaza and press levels.

Qualcomm Stadium seats 71,500 people and accommodates special needs as well. Parents concerned about having young children exposed to rowdy fans can purchase Chargers tickets in the family-friendly areas. Wheelchair access is also available in designated areas, and Chargers tickets can be purchased for people in wheelchairs.

Transportation

As for transportation, the 12th and Imperial Trolley Station is walking distance from Qualcomm Stadium. Some people like to use the mass transportation that is convenient to the stadium to avoid driving after the game. A day pass for the Metro Transit System is only $5.

The Club Membership available to Bolts fans was also highlighted. With this upgrade, members enjoy better restroom access and food and beverage service at Qualcomm Stadium.

Eat and Drink

Attendees have 125 food and drink kiosks available to them at the stadium. Sit-down restaurants and bars within the stadium offer more relaxed eating, but the game is only viewable on monitors from those locations.

Attend

Home games for the San Diego Chargers this year fall on Sept. 14, 28, Oct. 5, 19, Nov. 16, 23, and Dec. 7, 14.

Before and after the game, visitors with Chargers tickets may need overnight accommodations in San Diego. Because it is a world-class city, many fine hotels welcome people who come to watch the San Diego Chargers play at Qualcomm Stadium. SanDiego.com is always spotting the best places to stay in the city and finding great deals too.

The Hilton San Diego on Mission Bay offers beautiful Pacific waterfront lodging. With palms and sand, the Hilton delivers a true Southern California experience. The hotel's spa, fitness center, pool and beautiful guest rooms make it a treat for visitors who want the best of San Diego.

The Hyatt Regency in San Diego is also on Mission Bay like the Hilton. At the Hyatt, guests can choose from many types of rooms like the waterfront suite with king bed, deluxe corner view with king bed, standard rooms, and even rooms with ADA tubs and showers. Guests at the Hyatt enjoy the beach, luxurious amenities and fine cuisine.

Hard Rock San Diego indulges its guests with a flashy rock star experience. With in-suite jam sessions with its Sound of Your Stay service, the Hard Rock San Diego is truly unique. Located in downtown and close to the hip nightlife in the Gaslamp Quarter, this hotel has rooftop cocktails and sushi. Committed to giving people the VIP treatment every time, it is a highly recommended place to stay.

In addition to this Chargers season survival guide, the entire website run by SanDiego.com presents constantly updating information for visitors to the city. Special travel deals, discounts, coupons and promotional codes for hotels and popular destinations are found at the site. It is a trusted source of information meant to help people make the most of their opportunity to visit San Diego.

SanDiego.com is one of San Diego's largest websites, known as the local authority for all things San Diego. The author of this article, Chris Parks is a native San Diegan who truly believes that there is no place more superior than beautiful San Diego!

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