The Colts got a second extension and an extra 24 hours to try to sell out their home playoff game, with the NFL granting them another day before the game is blacked out of local television.
According to the Indianapolis Star, the Colts have approximately 3,000 seats left for Saturday’s game against the Chiefs. They have until 4:30 p.m. Friday to sell the rest, unless they want to buy the remainder at face value.
The Colts have about 3,000 tickets remaining and must sell them by 4:30 p.m. Friday. They’ve sold out 103 straight games. Though there were only two regular season blackouts league-wide, the Bengals and Packers have also struggled to sell tickets this week.
Local affiliate WTHR, which would air the Colts game, said the station might consider buying some of the tickets, if it made financial sense.