Philadelphia Flyers, Wings and Wells Fargo Center opt for Ticketmaster partnership

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The National Hockey League's (NHL) Philadelphia Flyers, the National Lacrosse League’s Philadelphia Wings and the Wells Fargo Center have partnered with Ticketmaster, bringing in the ticketing platform as the official marketplace of the teams and venue.

Fans will be able to manage and re-sell tickets on the platform and access Flyers, Wings, concert and event tickets all in on place. 

Todd Glickman, chief revenue officer of Comcast Spectacor, which owns the Flyers, Wings and operates the Wells Fargo Center, said: “We are thrilled to partner with Ticketmaster to bring our fans and guests the best ticket management experience unified across the top entertainment and sporting events coming to the New Wells Fargo Center. 

“Flyers fans, Wings fans, and all those who enter Wells Fargo Center for one of our 200+ events will now enjoy a one-stop shop and best-in-class technology for their ticketing needs.”

Fans will be able to purchase single-game tickets for the 2023-24 season during the pre-sales, which will begin on July 11 (tomorrow) via Ticketmaster, the Flyers’ website or through the team’s app. 

Marla Ostroff, Ticketmaster managing director of North America, added: “Philadelphia stands out for its dedicated fans, dynamic teams and special venues, making it a city like no other. Working collaboratively with our new partner Comcast Spectacor, we’re committed to enhancing the experience for Flyers and Wings fans, as well as Wells Fargo Center visitors, through our innovative technologies and deep understanding of fan preferences and needs.”

Those that have made purchases via other ticketing platforms will not be affected by the change.

The Flyers and Wells Fargo Center had previously agreed a partnership with SeatGeek in 2021, as the official ticket exchange marketplace. It was SeatGeek’s first partnership in the NHL.