WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Washington Capitals announced their 2007-08 season-ticket options today, a plan that keeps the average season-ticket price the same as 2006-07. Season-ticket prices for 2007-08 remain well below the league average.
Sections in both the lower and upper bowls that previously had multiple price levels will now have a uniform price throughout the section.
Part of the seating realignment is the allocation of 600 additional seats in the upper mezzanine corners that will now be available for $14 per game when purchased as a season ticket. These seats were previously priced at $17 or $27, meaning that some seats have been reduced by 48%.
Season-ticket holders once again can take advantage of Caps Power Pay, which affords fans the opportunity to make payments on their season-ticket plan in equal monthly installments free of service charges and interest. The last day season-ticket holders can utilize the Caps Power Play option is May 10. When season-ticket holders renew their accounts, they also become automatically eligible to win great prizes.