Clippers unveil Ultimate Wall Pass at Intuit Dome

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The LA Clippers National Basketball Association (NBA) franchise has introduced the ‘Ultimate Wall Pass’ for fans to purchase ahead of the 2024-25 season.

Earlier this year, the LA Clippers announced that season memberships were on sale for the team’s first season at Intuit Dome, which is due to open in August. 

Part of the memberships offering includes the new ‘Ultimate Wall Pass’, a package that will give fans access to all 41 regular season games in ‘The Wall’ section at Intuit Dome. The pass will set back fans $1,299 (€1,200/£1,000), with holders able to sit with other holders by selecting ‘Sit with Friends’ when making their reservation. 

The Ultimate Wall Pass is half the price of a season ticket. 

Certified Clippers supporters will be able to access other tickets for ‘The Wall’ at Inuit Dome, which consists of 51 uninterrupted rows that will only house certified Clippers fans. The seating arrangement is on the baseline opposite the visitor’s bench. 

To become certified, and gain a ‘Chuckmark’, fans need to demonstrate their support by achieving three of the five criteria: own clippers gear, subscribe to the full court press newsletter or SMS, follow the Clippers on Instagram, subscribe to Clippervision or have attended a game in the last three years, and correctly answer a trivia question about mascot Chuck The Condor. 

Those that purchase an Ultimate Wall Pass will automatically be ‘Chuck Certified’.

On game days, guests’ seat location in ‘The Wall’ will be determined by their arrival time, which is the Clippers’ way of incentivising early entry. It means fans will be able to get closer to the action.

Additionally, for those that are unable to make it to every home game and for an extra $800, fans can purchase the ‘Shareable Ultimate Wall Pass’. This will allow users to share their pass with three friends. 

The Clippers currently share Arena with fellow NBA team the LA Lakers and the National Hockey League’s (NHL) LA Kings, and will make the switch to Intuit Dome once it opens its doors. 

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