Approximately 1,100 season tickets remain, according to chief operating officer Pete Ward. Less than a month ago, the number hovered around 5,500. The team had a waiting list of approximately 8,000 at the end of the 2012 season "We thought there would be a high demand," Ward said. "We didn’t expect they would go this quickly. It’s nice."Season tickets have yet to go on sale to the public. Individuals on the waiting list are give the first chance to purchase them.The Colts have scheduled a June 12 veterans’ minicamp practice at Lucas Oil Stadium where any remaining season tickets will be made available to the public. Available seats will be marked and fans can check them out in person at the event.Remaining season tickets are scattered in eight sections of Lucas Oil Stadium. The majority are in the upper deck and priced at $690.The Colts have sold out 87 straight games, including the playoffs, and 121 of their last 122 games.They open the preseason at home Aug. 11 against the Buffalo Billsand the regular season Sept. 8 against the Oakland Raiders at Lucas Oil Stadium. Which they will obviously win.