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Single Game Tickets On Sale on August 16

by Staff Writer / St. Louis Blues
ST. LOUIS - Single-game tickets for the St. Louis Blues’ 2008-09 season will go on sale tomorrow, Saturday, Aug. 16, at 10 a.m. – and given this year’s home slate, fans will want to do Whatever It Takes to grab the best seats available.

Highlighted by three weekend showdowns with the rival Chicago Blackhawks, as well as visits from the Stanley Cup Champion Detroit Red Wings and the Sidney Crosby-led Pittsburgh Penguins, the 2008-09 schedule offers fans plenty of great opportunities to catch Erik Johnson and the rest of the Blues’ young stars against the NHL’s best.

The schedule also includes meetings with former Blues Chris Pronger (Anaheim Ducks) and Bryce Salvador (New Jersey Devils), and Eastern Conference playoff qualifiers
New York Rangers, Boston Bruins, and Philadelphia Flyers.

“We are thrilled with our home-ice schedule that features 24 weekend games, Division and Conference rivals, as well as games against the Penguins, Canadiens, Bruins, and Devils,” said Peter McLoughlin, CEO of St. Louis Blues Enterprises. “As we announce single game pricing, we want to remind our fans that their best value, as always, is to purchase season tickets.”

Individual tickets will be available at the Scottrade Center Box Office, online at or, and by phone at 314-622-BLUE.

With single game tickets starting as low as $18 in the Mezzanine and $35 in the lower level, as well as customizable ticket plans, fans can personalize their ticket purchase to fit almost any schedule.

The “10-Game Premier” and “10-Game Weekend” plans are back this year, and offer significant discounts with plans starting under $100 for many of the season’s most highly anticipated contests.

In addition to significant discounts off the single game ticket price, these extremely popular plans also include options to purchase Playoff tickets, discounts at the BlueNote store, and an electronic edition of the Blues media guide.

Full and Half Season Ticket plans still remain available, and include an extensive list of benefits in addition to discounts of up to 51 percent off single game prices.
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