The Las Vegas Golden Knights NHL ice hockey franchise has hiked its season ticket prices for the 2019-20 season.
Fans who made a three-year commitment for season passes at the T-Mobile Arena will see an average increase of approximately $20 per game in the lower bowl and $10 (£7.66/€8.80) in the upper level.
Those fans still receive a five to 15 per cent saving off the one-year season ticket rate. They can also extend their membership for four years from the 2020-21 season through 2023-24.
Supporters who plan to renew their one-year passes will see prices rise compared with recent years, as will new season ticket holders for 2019-20.
Members with five- and 10-year commitments will not see a price increase for the 2019-20 season.
In addition, one-year members can extend their season-ticket plan through the 2022-23 season. According to team president Kerry Bubolz and Todd Pollock, vice-president of ticketing and suites, the extensions provide price protection and cap the cost of season tickets for members, the Las Vegas Review Journal reports.
The Knights’ average season ticket price is just more than $100 per game, and members can use the VGK Ticket Exchange to sell tickets with no fees. The team has more than 14,000 season-ticket holders, with more than 6,000 on the “Can’t Wait List” to purchase season tickets.
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