Only standing room tickets remain for opening night
SUNRISE, FL – Sunrise Sports & Entertainment announced today that the Florida Panthers have fully transitioned to digital ticketing for the 2013 NHL season. This change adds to the convenience for season seat owners, fans and all ticket buyers, while elevating the environmental efficiency of the whole organization.
Fans are reminded to contact their service representative or 954-835-PUCK with any issues related to their digital ticketing. The Panthers will also have a service desk set up outside the BB&T Center’s main entrance on the JetBlue Tarmac to assist fans with any issues. The service desk will open at 3 p.m. on Saturday.
Also as a reminder, the parking rates for all Florida Panthers regular season home games at the BB&T Center are as follows:
Full season ticket holders: Free
Half season ticket holders: $5 per game (pre-purchased)
Mini season ticket holders: $10 per game (pre-purchased)
Single game ticket holders: $20 per game
Only standing room tickets remain available for Florida Panthers Opening Night this Saturday, Jan. 19 vs. the Carolina Hurricanes at 7:30 p.m. at the BB&T Center. Doors will open at 6 p.m., 90 minutes prior to puck drop.
The Cats will unveil their Southeast Division Championship banner vs. the rival Canes. Every fan in attendance will receive a commemorative mini banner and the Panthers have planned a host of other fan-related promotions and initiatives around their new “7th Man” campaign.
Tickets start as low as $7 a game and fans can call 954-835-PUCK or log on to Ticketmaster.com to purchase Opening Night tickets, season plans or single game tickets.
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