The Philadelphia Flyers announced that individual game tickets for the Flyers' three home preseason games will go on sale Friday, September 9, at 10:00 a.m.To purchase tickets for the preseason games at the Wachovia Center, please click here
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Tickets for the Flyers' preseason games can be purchased at the Wachovia Center Box Office and all Ticketmaster locations. Tickets can also be purchased by calling Ticketmaster at (215) 336-2000 and (570) 693-4100 in Pennsylvania, (856) 338-9000 in New Jersey or (302) 984-2000 in Delaware.
Ticket prices for the three 2005 preseason games at the Wachovia Center are $85 (Lower Level), $55 (Mezzanine Level, Section 201 through 221A, 223 and 224, Rows 1 through 7 and Mezzanine Level, Section 201 through 202, 212 through 214 and 224, Rows 8 through 11), $45 (Mezzanine Level, Section 203 through 211, 215 through 221A and 223) and $40 (Mezzanine Level, Section 201 through 205A, 209 through 217A, 221 and 221A and 223 through 224, Rows 12 through 15). There are also two Family Sections (Mezzanine Level, Sections 222 and 222A), where adult tickets are $20 and kids tickets are just $10.
The Flyers open their 2005 preseason schedule vs. the Atlanta Thrashers on Saturday, September 17, at the John Labatt Centre in London, Ontario, Canada. The Flyers will play seven preseason games, including three at the Wachovia Center (Saturday, September 24 against the Washington Capitals, Tuesday, September 27 against the New York Islanders and Thursday, September 29 against the New Jersey Devils).
The Flyers' complete 2005 preseason schedule is as follows:
Saturday, September 17 vs. Atlanta Thrashers
John Labatt Centre (London, Ontario)
Wednesday, September 21 vs. New York Islanders
Sovereign Bank Arena (Trenton, NJ)
Saturday, September 24 vs. Washington Capitals
Wachovia Center Tickets
Tuesday, September 27 vs. New York Islanders
Thursday, September 29 vs. New Jersey Devils
Friday, September 30 vs. New Jersey Devils
Continental Airlines Arena
Saturday, October 1 vs. Washington Capitals
Training Camp for the 2005-06 regular season opens for the Flyers on Monday, September 12, at the Sovereign Bank Flyers Skate Zone in Voorhees, New Jersey. The Philadelphia Flyers will open their 39th National Hockey League season with two consecutive home games beginning on Wednesday, October 5, against the New York Rangers.For Flyers ticket information and an updated seating chart, please click here or call (215) 218-PUCK (7825).