Vegas Wants Hockey – Ticket Prices

The proposed season ticket price plans for the Las Vegas NHL hockey team are public.

Season ticket deposits will be accepted starting at $150 per seat, fully refundable if the organization isn’t awarded an NHL team.

The following email hit the inbox at the Nebulous Verbosity international corporate headquarters today:

George,

Thank you for your continued interest in bringing an NHL team to Las Vegas! We are just five days away from launching our season ticket deposit campaign!

In preparation for our Season Ticket Deposit Campaign launch set for next Tuesday, February 10, I wanted to send you pertinent information to ensure you were fully informed about the process.

Season ticket deposits start at just $150/seat, are applied toward the cost of season tickets (not an additional fee), and are fully refundable if we are not awarded a team! A season ticket package includes tickets to all 43 home games. Click here for more information on season tickets and pricing.

In addition, a list of Frequently Asked Questions is available online by clicking here that will provide more clarity and direction on the process as we work to secure 10,000 season ticket deposits.

We have dedicated Ticket Sales & Service staff that is available and happy to assist with any questions. Our office line is 702-645-9990.

Thank you again for your support and helping make history in Las Vegas!

Best Regards,

Todd Pollock
Director, Ticket Sales
Todd@VegasWantsHockey.com

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The seat map doesn’t show luxury suites or anything, very few doubt an NHL team would have any difficulty selling all of the luxury suites to corporate and casino property sponsors in Las Vegas.

Is there enough local support from hockey fans and other smaller businesses in Las Vegas to support a full season of NHL hockey?

Nobody knows, there are logical of arguments to be made both ways. Thus, the ticket drive to demonstrate the level of interest.

Money Talks

Ignoring the people fully committed to making it happen is foolhardy. Arena partner AEG, for one, has a proven track record in the NHL business as well as in the world class arena business. Their partner, MGM Resorts, has successful properties worldwide.

The front man (and likely largest investor) for the NHL team is now billionaire William Foley, who has a list of successful ventures including Fidelity Financial (title insurance, not Fidelity Investments) and is unlikely to leap into any investment without having done due diligence.

The official ticket drive begins February 10.