FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne's NBC) - With Allen County staying in code yellow, according to the state health department, the Fort Wayne Komets have increased the number of tickets they will sell.
The Komets took to Twitter to share the good news with their fans.
🚨 BREAKING 🚨— Fort Wayne Komets (@FWKomets) February 17, 2021
The seating capacity has been increased to allow 300 more fans, thanks to Allen County staying in "Code Yellow"! These additional tickets will be available for purchase starting Thurs., Feb. 18 at 10AM at https://t.co/Tqu7l62p46 or at the Coliseum Ticket office. 🎟️
This decision came after state health officials reported less cases per day.
More tickets are set to be on sale to the public beginning Thursday, Feb. 18, at 10 a.m. online and at the Coliseum Ticket office.
Walk-up ticket prices for all fans, other than Komets season ticket holders in good standing, are $30 for lower arena, $27 for upper arena, $21 Pepsi Zone and $13 for upper deck.
Their home opener is set for Friday, February 19 .