More than 8,500 seats priced at $30 or less for full season ticket plans
The Pittsburgh Penguins announced today that there will be no increase in season ticket prices for the 2006-07 season.
The announcement comes one year after the Penguins reduced ticket prices across the board, affecting every seat and every ticket plan at Mellon Arena.
“We want our fans to know how much we appreciate their tremendous support and are pleased to announce that we once again will be offering some of the most affordable tickets in the National Hockey League,” said Dave Soltesz, the Penguins vice president of sales and marketing. “We are building our team around exciting young players such as Sidney Crosby, Marc-Andre Fleury, Ryan Whitney and Colby Armstrong, and we look forward to an influx of even more young talent in 2006-07.”
Season ticket packages available for the 2006-07 season include full season and half season (21-game) plans. The Penguins are currently accepting $100 deposits for these plans.
Under the Penguins’ pricing structure, more than 8,500 seats are priced at $30 or less for full season ticket plans.
More than 4,500 seats are priced at $25 or less.
More than 2,000 seats are priced at $15.
PENS AGAIN OFFER INTEREST-FREE PAYMENT PLAN
The Penguins will once again offer an interest-free payment plan to Full Season and Half Season (21-game) ticket holders. Payments will be automatically charged to the season ticket holder’s credit or debit card on a monthly basis through January, 2007.
2006-07 SEASON TICKET PRICES
A/B and Glass $60
A/B Level End Zones $50
C Level $50
C Level End Zones $30
D Level $28
E Balcony $25
Rear E Balcony $15
F Balcony $15
HALF SEASON (21 games)
A/B and Glass $65
A/B Level End Zones $55
C Level $55
C Level End Zones $35
D Level $30
E Balcony $26
Rear E Balcony $15
F Balcony $18
For more information on Penguins ticketing and pricing plans, please call 412-642-PENS or 1-800-642-PENS, or log on to www.pittsburghpenguins.com.