ST. LOUIS – Single Game Tickets for the 2011-12 season are set to go on sale Saturday from 10 a.m. – noon exclusively at the Ford Box Office at Scottrade Center.
In addition, with a single game purchase at the box office on Saturday, fans will receive four tickets to a preseason game of their choice (minimum of a four ticket order required).
Following the two-hour window, tickets will go on sale at stlouisblues.com, ticketmaster.com and all Ticketmaster outlets starting at noon
For fans interested in purchasing Season Tickets, the Blues will hold an open house at Scottrade Center from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. with the first 100 fans attending receiving a free day pass to Six Flags. The True Blues Authentic Team Store will offer 10% off select merchandise during the open house and all fans that purchase two full or half season plans will get a future meet and greet with T.J. Oshie
Blues single game prices for the 2011-12 season will be broken down into three categories: Gold, Silver, and Bronze. A breakdown of these categories and prices can be found at our Single Game Tickets
Season Tickets are on sale now. Call 314.622.BLUE (2583) for information or learn more about various plans by clicking one of the following links: Full Season
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"Saturday will be the best opportunity for fans to choose great seats for many of our marquee games at Scottrade Center this season,” said CEO of St. Louis Blues Enterprises, Mike McCarthy. “We have once again filled our home schedule to include plenty of weekend and holiday games and with our new pricing structure, we feel this will allow access for as many fans as possible to purchase tickets to their preferred game."
The Blues will open the regular season with consecutive home games on Saturday, Oct. 8 against the Nashville Predators and Monday, Oct. 10 against the Calgary Flames before embarking on a four-game Pacific Division road trip starting on Oct. 13 in Dallas. The Blues will have a fan friendly schedule for the upcoming season that consists of 19 home games on Friday, Saturday or Sunday.
St. Louis will play six games (three home and three away) against each of its four fellow rivals of the Central Division in the Western Conference: Chicago Blackhawks, Columbus Blue Jackets, Detroit Red Wings, and Nashville Predators and will play four games (two home and two away) against each of its remaining Western Conference opponents.
The Eastern Conference teams visiting the Blues in 2011-12 are highlighted by the Stanley Cup Champion Boston Bruins on February 22, along with the Eastern Conference finalist Tampa Bay Lightning on November 12. The Blues will also host Eastern Conference opponents such as the Buffalo Sabres, Florida Panthers, New York Islanders, New York Rangers and Toronto Maple Leafs. The Blues will play a home-and-home set against the Carolina Hurricanes, Pittsburgh Penguins and Tampa Bay Lightning.
Other highlights on the 2011-12 schedule include:
- St. Louis will have nine Thursday, six Friday, 11 Saturday and two Sunday home games.
- The Blues will host three, five-game home stands: November 8-17, December 3-15 and January 12-21.
- St. Louis will play eight home games in the month of December, including the traditional December 26 game (Dallas).
- The Blues will host two 1 pm games: October 10 (Columbus Day) vs. Calgary and February 18 vs. Minnesota.
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