Sales Brisk For Golden Knights Single-Game Tickets, But Some Still Remain For Opener
The Golden Knights yesterday opened up online single-game ticket sales for their inaugural season at T-Mobile Arena, and team VP/Ticketing & Suites Todd Pollock said that business was "brisk," according to Steve Carp of the LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL. The team's home opener Oct. 10 against the Coyotes was a "very hot ticket," and by 4:00pm PT, "all that remained were the high-priced glass seats, the center ice seats and a limited number in the corner of the lower bowl." The team was also "selling standing room upstairs for $100 per ticket." At the close of business, tickets "remained available for all 41 home games as well as the three preseason games." However, some games "only had single seats available in the lower price range." Prices started at $60 for "selected games and those seats were in the corners at the very top of the building." The team also made seating available "near the glass and at center ice." Those tickets "went for as much as $2,000 per seat depending on the opponent." Pollock said that the premium pricing policy was "instituted because of supply and demand" (LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL, 8/15).