Thanks to Havoc Energy Drink, more $19 lower bowl tickets available for students for Tuesday's Islanders-Flyers tilt
Due to overwhelming demand at the sold-out game on Saturday, the Islanders thanks to our sponsor, Havoc Energy Drink are increasing the Havoc Energy Zone by an additional few hundred seats for Tuesday night's matchup against the Philadelphia Flyers.
More than 1,800 Long Island students took advantage of this one-of-a-kind offer on Saturday, after more than 1,000 did so for the Islanders' victory over Columbus a week ago.
The Havoc Energy Zone is where students of all ages can get tickets for Islanders games right behind DiP and Dunny's nets for just $19. The $19 tickets are possible through a creative partnership with our friends at Havoc Energy Drink. (Please check them out at www.havocenergy.com).
The student tix go on sale beginning at 6:00 pm for the showdown against the Flyers on Tuesday. As always, seats are based upon availability and, as evidenced on Saturday night, if you want to be in the Zone, you'll want to get there early.
The Islanders would like to thank all of their young fans on Long Island for making the Havoc Energy Zone such an overwhelming success so far.
Here are the rules and regulations:
If you're a student and you want to be in the Zone, show up at the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum on the day of the game. Tickets for the NYI Havoc Energy Zone will be sold at the Coliseum box office starting 90 minutes before the opening faceoff. Of course, the earlier you get there, the more incredible the seats you'll be able to get for your 19 bucks.
If the Havoc Energy Zone is completely sold out, do not despair: based on availability, the Coliseum box office will still try to find you tickets for the $19 student price.
Each student can purchase up to two tickets. Once you get to your amazing seats in the arena, show your Islanders pride and cheer your lungs out. In other words, create havoc controlled havoc, of course.
So be a part of it. Help make the NYI Havoc Energy Zone the talk of Long Island and the NHL.
After Tuesday's tilt with the Flyers, there are two games remaining for the Zone's first block:
Saturday, January 13 vs. New Jersey
Monday, January 15 vs. Tampa Bay
See you Tuesday!