The National Hockey League’s (NHL) Minnesota Wild today unveiled new ticket plans for the 2010-11 season. For the first time in team history fans can purchase partial season ticket plans including 10-game plans, a 20-game plan and a customizable Flex Plan in conjunction with the Wild’s 10th anniversary season.
“Wild season ticket holders will continue to enjoy the best seats for the best games at the lowest price,” said Jamie Spencer, Vice President of Customer Sales and Service. “Feedback has indicated offering partial season ticket plans will benefit many of our fans who want to experience Wild hockey at Xcel Energy Center frequently during the season, but due to demanding schedules and challenging economic times, are not able to commit to full season tickets.”
Fans can choose from a pre-selected 20-game plan or pick their own games through a flexible online plan. The Flex Plan allows fans to select a minimum of two seats and a maximum of six seats per game for a package that includes 20 games. A limited number of partial season ticket plans will be available in select seating areas for the 2010-11 season. Click here
to view game options for each partial season ticket plans, seating chart and to make your game selections.
The Wild will continue to hold the same number of seats in all seating areas for individual game sales. More information on single game tickets for preseason and regular season games at Xcel Energy Center will be announced at a later date. For more information on season tickets visit www.wild.com or contact a Wild Ticket Sales Representative at 651-222-WILD.
The Wild has sold-out all 409 games played in club history, including 369 regular season contests, 27 preseason games and 13 playoff matches. Minnesota’s sellout streak is the longest current streak in the NHL.