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Tickets for final three Chiefs’ home games go on sale next week

Arrowhead Stadium’s reduced capacity will remain for the rest of the regular season

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Arrowhead Stadium has hosted three Kansas City Chiefs games at a reduced capacity of approximately 22% so far this season. The five remaining games at Arrowhead will follow that same format.

The Chiefs have announced that tickets to the final three home games will go on sale to season-ticket holders starting on Monday, November 2. Season ticket holders will receive communication via E-mail on when their window to purchase tickets through their online Chiefs ticket-account will open up.

Jackson County residents and the general public will have the chance to purchase starting on Thursday, November 5th — if there are tickets remaining from the pre-sale to season ticket holders.

The games include a Sunday Night Football matchup with the Denver Broncos on December 6, a noon start against the Atlanta Falcons on December 27, and the season finale against the Los Angeles Chargers on January 3, 2021.

As it has been for every game, tickets will be sold in pods of up to six seats. Fans will be continue to be required to include only persons known to them in their seating pod.

Per the Chiefs’ press release, the game-day rules established before the season are still in place — including some important reminders:

  • Masks will be required at all times for fans attending games at Arrowhead Stadium, with the exception of when fans are actively eating or drinking.
  • All bags, including previously approved clear bags and small clutch bags, will be prohibited inside the stadium to minimize contact in the security screening process.
  • No smoking will be allowed inside the stadium, including vaping. Spitting of any kind (tobacco, sunflower seeds, etc.) is also prohibited.
  • The stadium will be completely cashless to minimize contact between guests and staff during transactions.
  • Arrowhead Stadium has been divided up into zones to eliminate cross-over, minimizing the amount of exposure among guests. Guests will have a suggested parking lot and will be required to enter the stadium through a specific gate based on their ticket location.
  • All available parking for 2020 will be general (red) parking and vehicles will be parked in every-other parking spot to encourage physical distancing.
  • Parking must be purchased in advance at www.chiefs.com/stadium/parking/ and is only open to ticket holders.
  • Tailgating is allowed in the parking lot provided guests only use the tailgate area behind their vehicle and do so with guests who have tickets within their same ticket pod.
  • Fans are encouraged to stay home if they are sick or are showing COVID-19 symptoms or have been or believe to have been in close contact with anyone confirmed to have tested positive for COVID-19 or is displaying COVID-like symptoms.

Seven NFL games will have some amount of fans in attendance for Week 8 — including the Chiefs game against the New York Jets on Sunday. Arrowhead Stadium has the highest maximum capacity of all stadiums hosting fans in Week 8.

Only two teams allow more fans into their stadium than the Chiefs: The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Jacksonville Jaguars allow 25% of their stadiums’ capacity to attend games, and the Dallas Cowboys allow 25,000 fans to attend their home games.