The three- and five-game packages will provide fans the opportuntity to access some of the season’s best games, including matches against the Montreal Canadiens, Pittsburgh Penguins, Washington Capitals, Chicago Blackhawks and Toronto Maple Leafs. Three-game packs start at only $129.90 per pack per seat (taxes included).
New for this season, the Senators have introduced nine Subway Savings Games, when fans will save 20 per cent off regular single-game prices. More than 70,000 tickets will be available for fans through these nine games at prices 20 per cent lower than last year’s prices. Seating will be available in all price ranges, starting at just $14 (taxes included) in the Coca-Cola Zero Zone.
The Senators have also partnered with Metro to offer fans a special Metro Family 4 Pack, including four tickets, four hot dogs and four drinks for only $99 (taxes included). These tickets will be available on 10 Metro Family games during the season with up to 1,500 tickets available for each of the 10 games.
The Senators open their 2009-10 regular-season home schedule on Thursday, Oct. 8, when they take on the NHL’s most recent No. 1 draft pick, John Tavares, and the New York Islanders. The team’s opening weekend continues on Saturday, Oct. 10, when Ilya Kovalchuk and the Atlanta Thrashers visit Scotiabank Place and concludes on Oct. 12 when the Senators host Sidney Crosby and the defending Stanley Cup-champion Pittsburgh Penguins. .
The Senators’ individual regular-season game prices are based on a variable pricing system where each game is designated by one of five classifications. The game classification is determined by the opponent, time of year, day of the week, rivalries and games against star players. Game classifications for the 2009-10 season include three platinum games, priced at a 50 per cent premium; five gold games, priced at a 30 per cent premium; thirteen silver games, priced at a 20 per cent premium; 11 bronze games, priced at the same price as last year’s regular single-game prices and nine Subway Savings games, where fans will save 20 per cent off regular single-game prices.
In addition, the Senators will continue to offer several group programs, including the Future Sens minor hockey program and Senators fundraising program, which make affordable tickets available to sports teams, businesses and special interest groups.
“It is the Senators’ goal each and every season to provide our fans with many affordable ticketing opportunities so that as many fans as possible are able to attend our games,” said Senators president Cyril Leeder. “Variable pricing and the support of our partners like Coca-Cola, Metro and Subway allows us to provide more than 200,000 affordably priced tickets to our fans.
Senators tickets can be purchased online at www.CapitalTickets.ca, by phone at 613-599-FANS (3267) or 1-877-788-FANS (3267); in person at The Sens Store at Rideau Centre and Place D’Orléans, any Ottawa Sport Experts location and at the Scotiabank Place box office.
Visit www.ottawasenators.com for more details on ticketing and ticket packages.