LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles Kings today announced a special 36-hour Holiday Ticket Sale.
All tickets – including available tickets in the lower bowl -- currently unsold for the six Kings games at STAPLES Center in January will be available for purchase for $11.50 in a unique RUSH Sale Presented by Sports Chalet and Kings flagship radio station KTLK 1150. The Sale begins at 11:50 a.m. on Friday, December 26, and ends at Midnight on Saturday, December 27.
“We are excited about our young team and the more we can expose this team to the fans and to our city the better,” said Kings President, Business Operations Luc Robitaille. “We feel this is a great opportunity for people here in Southern California to not only get a great deal but many of them will also get the chance to see a game closer than they ever have before. We are playing some great teams in January as well, so this promotion will also add to the atmosphere at our games.”
Tickets can be purchased at LAKings.com, by calling 1-888-KINGS-LA, at the STAPLES Center box office and all Ticketmaster outlets. Tickets will be sold on a first-come, first-serve basis, and fans must purchase two or more tickets with a maximum of eight per person. Quantities are limited per price range and this offer cannot be combined with any other previous or current offer, and this offer features no refunds or exchanges. Kings season ticket members will also receive a special pre sale before the general public, with all official pre-sale and sale information to be released to them on Tuesday, December 23.
In addition, the Kings will donate $1 for every ticket sold in the 36-hour period to Children's Hospital Los Angeles.
After the sale concludes at midnight on December 27, any remaining available tickets in the 300 level will still be sold for $11.50 for these games until the end of January.
In January, the Kings play the following six games: Saturday, Jan. 3, against Philadelphia; Thursday, Jan. 8, against the Ducks; Saturday, Jan. 10, against New Jersey; Monday, Jan. 12, against Tampa Bay; Thursday, Jan. 15, against the Stanley Cup Champion Red Wings; and Thursday, Jan. 29, against Chicago.