The Ducks announced today that the club has frozen all ticket prices for the 2009-10 NHL season. Season and individual game tickets, along with half season, mini plan and group tickets are all frozen. All food and beverage prices along with parking charges will also remain flat.
Season tickets for the 2009-10 campaign begin at $10.50 per game ($472.50 for the entire season). Individual game tickets will start at $18.50. All tickets are subject to an arena facility fee, beginning at $1.50.
“Keeping tickets affordable for our fans, especially in light of challenging economic times is very important,” said Anaheim Ducks Executive Vice President/COO Tim Ryan. “We are grateful our fans continue to fill Honda Center in great numbers. Understanding that customers also spend money on food/beverage and parking, all prices will remain flat as part of our complete price freeze for the 2009-10 season.”
The Ducks’ complete 2009-10 season schedule will be announced this summer. The Ducks will face each Pacific Division opponent three times at Honda Center (six games between the two teams total). In total, the Ducks will face Eastern Conference teams 18 times during the 2009-10 season with the remaining 64 games devoted to Western Conference play (six games between divisional opponents, four games between in-conference opponents).
The Ducks are currently battling for a playoff spot in the Western Conference. The club has appeared in postseason play three straight years, including a Pacific Division and Stanley Cup title in 2007. No NHL team has played in more playoff rounds since the start of the 2005-06 season than Anaheim. Both the Ducks and Detroit Red Wings have won six rounds and appeared in eight postseason series over that stretch.