As CBS2’s Alice Gainer reported, fans should check their tickets to see where their seats are. That will let them know which entrance they’re supposed to use.READ MORE: COVID 1 Year: The Sports World Stopped, But Hope And Progress Are Beginning To Win The Days
“Guests will be required to enter at a certain gate at a certain time to make sure we don’t have any lines,” said Joseph Altenau, Prudential Center’s vice president of event operations.
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People will undergo temperature checks and pass through metal detectors. Masks are required, and bags are not allowed.
“There are no testing requirements, so we just ask everybody to follow the Prudential Center pledge, which is also found on our website and it details all of the requirements of staying healthy before coming to the arena,” Altenau said.
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Seats will be in pods of two or four. The rest are zip-tied off, and some still have cardboard cutouts.
The arena will be at 10% capacity Tuesday. Normally, it seats more than 19,000 people.
“Although we won’t have a full house, I still think it will make a difference,” Devils coach Lindy Ruff said.
Fans can order concessions ahead of time and pay on their phones. After picking up their food, they have to eat in their seats.MORE NEWS: Madison Square Garden, Barclays Center Set To Welcome Back Spectators
Gainer was told all games are sold out through March.