|Single Game Tickets for the 2009-10 season go on sale Saturday, August 15 at 10 a.m. at Scottrade Center. Tickets will be available at all other locations beginning at noon.
ST. LOUIS – With sales of season ticket equivalents on a pace to surpass the mark of recent seasons, the St. Louis Blues have two messages for their fans – buy season tickets now before choice locations sell out and enjoy significant savings over single-game prices. Or, plan now to purchase the best games on the 2009-2010 schedule when single-game tickets go on sale this Saturday, Aug. 15.
Season ticket prices for the upcoming season are again among the lowest in the National Hockey League – the third-lowest on average, to be exact – and still remain the best value for fans. As a result, Blues fans have responded enthusiastically to the anticipation of supporting their team that rallied to qualify for the Stanley Cup Playoffs last spring by snapping up more season tickets to date than they did the entire previous season. In fact, the entire Mezzanine End season ticket inventory is already sold out for the 2009-2010 season.
2009-2010 single-game tickets are set to go on sale Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon exclusively at the Scottrade Center Box Office, where Blues forwards D.J. King and Cam Janssen will be on hand to sign autographs for those who purchase tickets during that time. Following the two-hour window, tickets will go on sale at stlouisblues.com and all Ticketmaster outlets.
Blues single-game prices for the 2009-2010 season will range from $22 to $237 (click here
for a seating and price chart). In addition, similar to last year, 10 home games will be categorized as premium games, which will be priced $10 above regular gate prices.
“There is no question, now is the time to consider season tickets for personal or business use, or to split among family, friends and associates,” said Peter McLoughlin, CEO of Blues Enterprises. “However, we understand that this may not be an option for everyone. So, at a time when the popularity of the team is at its highest in recent memory, season ticket packages definitely offer the best value. However, individual game tickets offer an important alternative for our fans.”
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|Single Game Tickets for the 2009-10 season go on sale at Scottrade Center on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tickets will be available at all other locations, including stlouisblues.com, beginning at noon. For a seating chart and a complete list of Single Game prices, click here. |
Season ticket holders are guaranteed marquee games and special events scheduled for next season, including the Home Opener vs. Atlanta on Thursday, Oct. 8 which will be highlighted by a statue dedication for Blues Hall of Famer Al MacInnis, and a separate night in tribute to John Davidson, the Blues president who will be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in November. The date for the game honoring Davidson will be announced in the weeks ahead.
In addition to full season plans, half-season and 10-game mini-plans are also available. Two half-season plans each offer savings off gate prices and various benefits such as payment plans and store discounts, while two 10-game plans have been designed to offer either the entire premium game schedule or a weekend menu of games.
The Blues will once again will have fan friendly schedule for the upcoming season that consists of 21 home games on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Every home game has been switched to 7 p.m. with the exception of Sunday home games which will begin at 5 p.m.
Four of the five Southeast Division teams will visit Scottrade Center this season. League MVP Alex Ovechkin and the Washington Capitals visit St. Louis on Feb. 13. In addition, the Blues will host the Boston Bruins, Buffalo Sabres, and Toronto Maple Leafs. All four Central Division foes – Detroit, Chicago, Columbus and Nashville – will visit Scottrade Center.
For more details on Single Game Tickets, including Saturday's On-Sale and Season Ticket Open House event, click here.