Colts fans aren’t too discouraged by last year’s 2-14 season. The potential loss of Peyton Manning doesn’t seem to scare them either, at least not yet.
Season tickets are being renewed like it was any other year.
“You can only speculate because there’s still a few weeks remaining before the deadline, but we’re tracking similar to last year and the year before,” said Pete Ward, the team’s COO via the Indianapolis Star.
The Colts have a season ticket waiting list of about 9,000. They have sold out every game since 1999. Losing Manning should theoretically be a drain on the team’s bottom line, but perhaps it won’t matter if the team has a new shiny No. 1 overall pick quarterback in Andrew Luck to sell to the masses.
“It doesn’t seem like [the uncertainty] has impacted us in a negative way in terms of ticket sales,” Ward said.