Season-ticket prices frozen

The Kings will freeze season-ticket prices in 2009-10, plus offer 2009 playoff tickets (in the event that they are needed) to season-ticket holders at regular-season prices. Here’s the official release…

LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles Kings today announced that all season ticket pricing for the 2009-10 season will remain frozen. In addition, all current season ticket members who renew their season tickets for the 2009-10 season will be eligible to purchase all 2009 playoff tickets at regular season prices.

“Our Season Ticket Members have shown tremendous loyalty and patience and we wanted to do something to reward them and would also encourage new fans to see our exciting young team,” said Kings President of Business of Operations Luc Robitaille. “It is going to be a great finish to the regular season as we look to make a push for the playoffs.”

Season ticket members who renew their current seats, with a deposit, by March 30 will have the ability to also purchase tickets for every round of the 2009 Stanley Cup playoffs at frozen regular season prices. In addition, anyone buying new season tickets, with a deposit, by March 30 are eligible for the same discounted pricing for playoff tickets this year.

For all Kings ticket information, call 888-KINGS-LA.

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  • Matt George

    So let me get this straight.

    They are FREEZING the price INCREASES they put in place this year?

    HMMMmmm lemme see if that’s enough for me to go back to being a season ticket holder..

    uummm NO.


  • Dorian

    don’t worry, you won’t be missed.

  • EJ

    Yeah, and they’re really going out on a limb with those playoff prices. HA!

  • Becky

    OK—-so I have to make a deposit by the end of March for next season’s season seats…. I don’t know. This was one of my suggestions in a season seat survey, to not increase play off ticket prices for season seat holders, but I don’t think I like their spin on the idea.

  • gumlegs

    Its Royalty not loyalty. AEG’s arrogance should open up more $11.00 lower level seats for the riffraff next season. Let the party begin.
    PS: BYOB

  • Anonymous

    I heard that the Kings didn’t increase prices because there’s a new entertainment tax of 10% on all tickets to sporting events & concerts that’ll impact the cost of the tickets. Anyone heard about this tax?

  • RB from Torrance

    So let me get this straight… IF the Kings make the playoffs, then I’ll get a frozen rate. Otherwise, if I register for season tickets early, I can possibly get screwed by discounted tickets next year just like I did this year?

    Look folks, because of the 15+ games where ANYONE could purchase lower bowl seats for $11.50 in addition to the games in February where you can purchase seats for $16.50, I lost value on my tickets in both attending games and selling games I couldn’t attend. By my math, my two tickets were overvalued by a minimum of $450. That’s with my discount as a season ticket holder! Keep in mind that I have upper-level seats. The people down below, really got screwed.

    AEG even advertised a promotion where if you purchase 2 out some 4 games, you’ll get playoff priority. What incentive do I have to purchase season tickets next year?

    Just because I’m a loyal Kings fan, doesn’t mean that I’m going to make poor choices as a consumer to justify my devotion. That’s just ludicrous.

    This punishes the most consistent customers AEG has. Investigate for yourselves. Then complain to your ticket rep and let them know that you’re not as beholden to them as they think we are.

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