The Kansas City Chiefs announced Wednesday that it will be reducing its capacity at Arrowhead Stadium for the 2020 season due to COVID-19. Season ticket members have will have their 2020 payments automatically credited to the 2021 season, but they will have the option to receive a full refund for the season if they talk to their ticket representative. Individuals who already bought single game tickets and parking passes for the season will also receive automatic refunds. The club will announce and conduct a reduced-capacity single-game on-sale once the final number of available seats is determined based on the guidance of the NFL, local government officials and public health experts. Season ticket members who retain their 2020 funds as a credit for 2021 will be given first access to purchase single-game tickets in a priority order, based on their tenure. Any remaining single-game tickets will be offered to the public following the season ticket member presale. The Chiefs say it is likely they will only sell tickets for the preseason and the first few games of the regular season, and then consult with local officials and public health experts to determine if they can increase the stadium’s capacity later in the season.