April 6, 2018 - 10:02 am
Ed Graney, Rick Velotta and Raiders beat writer Michael Gehlken go over the progress on the Vegas Stadium and how it will affect some of the players and staff.
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After waiting it out a year with the rest of Raider Nation, this week team owner Mark Davis finally took in a Raiders regular season home game at Allegiant Stadium.
Drawing 15.3 million viewers, the game’s megacast broadcast was the most-watched Week 1 Monday Night Football game since 2013, ESPN announced Tuesday.
According to the Raiders, 287 fans got their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine outside of Allegiant Stadium on game day, allowing them to attend Monday’s game.
Fans didn’t let the 100-plus degree heat deter them from carrying out a Raider tradition: tailgating. Some of them also lined up to receive COVID vaccination shots.
With around 65,000 people expected to attend the Raiders game at Allegiant Stadium, the 5:15 p.m. start time will add to the usual traffic woes during peak travel times.
Here’s what Raiders fans need to know as they prepare to attend a game at Allegiant Stadium.
Between Aug. 17 and Thursday morning, the cheapest advertised price on secondary ticket market StubHub for the first regular season game with fans at the stadium fell 55 percent.
Raiders fans who are unable to utilize the Clear Health Pass app to store their vaccination information now have an alternative to attend Monday’s game versus the Baltimore Ravens.