This week the Sharks rolled out their season ticket prices for 2009-10 and the club kept the status quo all the way around whether it was the most expensive or the least expensive seat.
“We realize that the current economic conditions are difficult for everyone,” said Sharks President and Chief Executive Officer Greg Jamison. “With that in mind, we have decided not to increase season ticket prices. In addition, we have developed an interest-free, six-month payment plan for added flexibility.”
Fans who want a hands-on opportunity to relocate or add seats, will once again have the opportunity at the popular Select-A-Seat Week, June 22-25.
Good news for Sharks fans heading into next year as General Manager Doug Wilson and his crew look to tweak the highly talented roster for a playoffs that match this year’s regular season.