The Pittsburgh Penguins announced today that individual game tickets for the team's preseason went on sale at 10am today. Only two of the Pens' three games will be available to the public. Those games are September 16th against the Detroit Red Wings and September 23rd against the reigning Stanley Cup Champions Chicago Blackhawks. The third game, September 21st verses the Columbus Blue Jackets, will be a 'Free Game for Kids' event and tickets shan't be sold.
The 'Free Game for Kids' is the Penguins way of reaching out and thanking the younger demographic of them fanbase. Free tickets will be given to local youth hockey clubs, the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Hockey League, the Tickets For Kids Foundation, Hill District youth, members of the TGI Friday’s Penguins Kids Club, local university students, and the Little Penguins’ Learn-To-Play program. Also receiving tickets will be the Boy Scouts, Boys & Girls Clubs, Big Brothers and Big Sisters, Make-A-Wish, The Children’s Institute and Autism Speaks. The program started in 2011.
Ticket prices will range from $50 dollars (standing room only) and $265 dollars (behind the Penguins bench). Interested fans can purchase tickets through Ticketmaster outlets, Ticketmaster.com, the Dick's Sporting Goods Box Office at CONSOL Energy Center (10am to 6pm Monday through Friday and until 4pm Saturdays), NHL Ticket Exchange, and on phone via (800) 745-3000. Good seats are still available, so no rush.
Regular season tickets go on sale September 6th at 10am.
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