Golden Knights release ticket plan

Fans will be allowed back in beginning Monday
Vegas Golden Knights' G Marc-Andre Fleury makes a save against the Colorado Avalanche
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Las Vegas, NV (KXNT) - The Vegas Golden Knights revealed their plan to sell tickets to the public on Tuesday.

Earlier this week, the team was given the go-ahead to fill 15 percent of the T-Mobile Arena beginning with Monday’s game against the Wild.

Tickets will go on sale for season-ticket and partial season-ticket holders on Wednesday, then a limited number of single game tickets will be set aside for the general public. Those go on sale Thursday at $135 a ticket.

15 percent capacity of T-Mobile works out to 2,600 fans.

The team says that social distancing guidelines will be followed and fans will have to mask up during the game when not "actively" eating or drinking. At the end of the game, fans will then be dismissed by section to avoid a large crowd heading out all at once.