|Hockey returns to STAPLES Center on Sept. 23, for a preseason contest wtih the Phoenix Coyotes.
LOS ANGELES – Single game tickets for the Los Angeles Kings’ 2010-11 Season Opener at STAPLES Center against the Atlanta Thrashers on Oct. 12, and the club’s two preseason games at STAPLES Center are on sale now. Click here
to buy tickets to the Kings home opener vs. the Atlanta Thrashers on Oct. 12.Click here
to buy tickets to LAK vs. PHX on Sept. 23Click here
to buy tickets to LAK vs. ANA on Sept. 28. Click here
to see the Kings 2010-11 schedule.
The Kings open the regular season with a two-game road trip beginning on Oct. 9 at Vancouver. The Kings-Thrashers game on Oct. 12 is set to begin at 7:30 p.m. During the preseason, the Kings host Phoenix on Sept. 23 (7:30 p.m.) and Anaheim on Sept. 28 (7:30 p.m.) at STAPLES Center.
Single game tickets for the Season Opener range in price from $31 to $131. For the two preseason games, single game tickets range in price from $31 to $131. To purchase beginning August 12, visit LAKings.com and call 1-888-KINGS-LA 1-888-KINGS-LA ( 1-888-54647-52 1-888-54647-52 ). Click here
to sign up for a presale for individual tickets for the remaining 40 regular season home games, which go on sale to the public on Sept. 9 – two days before the start of LA Kings Hockey Fest ’10 at the Toyota Sports Center in El Segundo. Tickets are also currently on sale for Frozen Fury XIII, the Kings’ annual game at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas on Oct. 2 against Colorado.
The Kings continue to see the following positive sales results heading into their highly-anticipated season:
- The Kings have already renewed 96 percent of their season seats from last year.
- The Kings are already sold out in certain season seat price ranges.
- The Kings are projecting a record season seat base for Kings/STAPLES Center history and record ticket sales numbers for the club on the whole in this their 44th season.
“We are extremely excited by the response from Kings fans since the end of last seasons playoff run and the demand for our tickets is really high right now,” said Kings SVP Business Operations / CMO Chris McGowan. “We are trending very well in all of our ticketing categories and are anticipating record breaking attendance next season.”
Last season the Kings sold out 27 total games and led the NHL in increased attendance from the prior season.