Maybe the Colts need to reiterate that they will black out any games that aren’t sold out.
The last time the team pointed out its plan to not take advantage of the ability to cut its minimum ticket sales below 100 percent of all non-premium seats, fans responded by buying more tickets.
Still, more than 1,600 season tickets remain, according to RTV6 in Indy.
Single-game tickets go on sale Tuesday.
“You can’t affect the game from your couch,” V.P. of of ticket sales Larry Hall told RTV6. “Come to the game; it’s an exciting place to be. It’s a shared experience. If they haven’t been, we certainly want them to come.”
The Colts likely will sell out their games, especially early in the season. But if they end up starting slowly, it could be tough to fill up Lucas Oil Stadium late in the year, if the remaining season tickets don’t sell.