The Buffalo Sabres today announced they have capped their full season tickets for the 2009-10 season at 14,825, an increase of 500 tickets from last year. After renewing 95% of their season tickets this summer, the club was able to issue over 1,200 new season tickets to members of their Blue & Gold Club.
“Season ticket holders are very important to the business success of the organization,” said Chief Operating Officer, Dan DiPofi. “Our fans have been very loyal over the years and we are extremely grateful they have continued to support the team. We take great pride in the partnership we have nurtured with our fans over the last several years.”
Last year the Sabres had a combined season ticket capacity of 14,800 consisting of full season and mini packs. Once again this season, the Sabres will offer mini packs to fans.
All 1,200 season tickets were issued to members of the Buffalo Sabres Blue & Gold Club. The Buffalo Sabres Blue & Gold Club was created to accommodate the continuing interest fans have in obtaining Buffalo Sabres season tickets by developing a priority “waiting list” for perspective buyers. As a Buffalo Sabres Blue & Gold Club Member, fans have the opportunity to reserve priority-seating status and receive exclusive membership benefits as they wait for suitable seating to become available.
The Sabres will announce individual game ticket prices, mini-packs and game classification for the Variable Ticket Pricing in the near future.
For more information on Blue & Gold Club and Sabres ticket options, contact the account services office at 1-888-GO-SABRES, or log on to www.sabres.com for complete details.