The NFL has avoided the black eye of a blackout in one of the three cities facing unexpected difficulties when it comes to selling playoff tickets.

The Colts have announced that corporate partner Meijer has purchased the remaining 1,200 non-premium tickets to Saturday’s game against the Chiefs, making it a sellout. The tickets will be donated to local military families.

It’s not uncommon for teams and sponsors to buy unsold tickets. During the regular season, those tickets can be purchased for 34 cents on the dollar. In the postseason, the extra tickets can be bought at full price only.

The Colts had obtained an extended extension through Friday afternoon to sell all remaining non-premium tickets. The Bengals and Packers have done the same. Some believe that the league office grants extensions only if a private commitment has been made to purchase any remaining tickets.