The Arizona Cardinals will have some season-ticket holders in State Farm Stadium next weekend when they host the Seattle Seahawks in Week 7. After having no fans at all in their home opener and 750 close friends and family to players, coaches and staff in their second game, the Cardinals have been given permission by Arizona Department of Health Services to have up to 1,200 people in the stands when they play their next home game.
The team will not sell these tickets to the general public.
Seats from this very limited allotment will be made available exclusively to season ticket members in account seniority order. To accommodate the greatest number of season-ticket members, seats will only be sold in quantities of two and assigned in adherence with all local and state COVID-19 guidelines. Season ticket members will be contacted by email Friday with more specific details.
Those in attendance will be required to wear a face covering and only certain seats in certain areas will be available for seating,
The Cardinals will then have their bye week after the Seahawks game and then two more home games in a row. Any determination concerning attendance for future home games will be made at a later date and details will be communicated at that time.