GLENDALE, AZ — Ready for some more football? The Arizona Department of Health Services has again increased the number of fans allowed to attend an Arizona Cardinals game.
On Thursday, the Cardinals announced that 4,200 fans will be able to watch the next two home games at State Farm Stadium. On Nov. 8, the Cardinals will play the Miami Dolphins and on Nov. 15, they will play against the Buffalo Bills.
Earlier this month, officials approved 1,200 fans to be in attendance for the Seattle Seahawks game.
"Seats from this limited allotment will be made available exclusively to season ticket members starting in account seniority order with those who did not purchase for the Seahawks game," the Cardinals said.
Tickets can be purchased in pairs. Season ticket members will be contacted by email with more details.
The Cardinals also say:
- Masks will be mandatory for all attendees and failure to comply will result in ejection.
- The 4,200 tickets will be allocated in pods of two and be assigned on the east and west sidelines as well as the north end zone.
- To allow for the necessary social distancing, unavailable seats will be zip-tied to prevent their use.
- Tickets and parking are 100% digital and will be touch-lessly scanned upon entry. Concessions will also be a contact-less experience.
- Additional staff will be on hand to continuously clean all high-contact surfaces and restrooms throughout the event.