KC Chiefs president Mark Donovan took the podium on Monday to talk about the Chiefs home playoff game this weekend against the Steelers.
The biggest complaint from Chiefs fans in recent years has been the parking. I can’t imagine what the Chiefs could have done in the last few weeks to make it vastly better than what it was so stick to getting there early and buying your parking pass in advance. When bought ahead of time, parking is $35 plus fees. At the gate on the day of the game will be $60. The Chiefs stance is that they want people buying it beforehand because it’s a faster entry.
Donovan on cash parking bump from $40 to $60: "I don't want anybody to pay $60 to park here. Buy in advance." Says cash park creates delays— Terez A. Paylor (@TerezPaylor) January 9, 2017
Donovan warned about counterfeit tickets. I haven’t heard of this being a huge issue in the past. You should check it if you haven’t already.
The Chiefs are re-sodding the middle strip of Arrowhead so that the field should be in good shape by Sunday.
I would expect plenty of Steelers fans on Sunday. They always travel well.
Donovan says the game is "technically" sold out. There are some singles and club levels available but "we are basically sold out." #Chiefs— Andrew Carter (@Andrew__Carter) January 9, 2017
Mark Donovan said he does expect a number of Steelers fans at Arrowhead this weekend. “It’s playoff football."— Pete Sweeney (@pgsween) January 9, 2017
#Chiefs President Mark Donovan said that the Monday & Tuesday after they clinched a home playoff game set a record for single game tix sales— Charlie Karlen (@CKarlenKC) January 9, 2017
Asked Donovan if ticket sales were as good as last year's. Declined to answer directly but said they were what he expected, maybe better— Terez A. Paylor (@TerezPaylor) January 9, 2017