REGINA – If you were planning on buying season tickets for the Saskatchewan Roughriders this season, you are out of luck.
The team announced Tuesday they have reached their season ticket capacity of 26,700 tickets sold.
The team says creating a ticket sales cap allows fans who may not be able to make a full season commitment the chance to purchase single game tickets when they are available.
“Interest to renew or purchase new season tickets has been very strong, following one of the most memorable seasons in franchise history. It’s important to us that the broader fan base has access to single game tickets and we have therefore capped our sales of season tickets for this year” stated Riders VP of Marketing and Business Development Gregg Sauter.
“We expect the demand for single game tickets to be high as well and we encourage fans to make their purchase as soon as possible when they go on sale.”
Capacity for Mosaic stadium this season will return to its pre-Grey Cup expansion total of 33,427 for the 2014 season.
Single game tickets go on sale on May 31st at 10a.m.