Inaugural Season Tickets for Utah’s NHL Team to Go On Sale June 7

  • 06 Jun 2024
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Inaugural Season Tickets for Utah’s NHL Team

to Go On Sale June 7


Deposit holders invited to open house event at Delta Center to experience 2024-25 seat options before season tickets go on sale

Single-game tickets to go on sale later this summer,

with partial ice view tickets starting at $19

Franchise commits to launching a community ticket donation program


SALT LAKE CITY (June 4, 2024) – Season tickets for the inaugural season of Utah’s NHL franchise, which will be played at Delta Center, will go on sale Friday, June 7. Season ticket options for the upper and lower bowl include a full-season package inclusive of 42 preseason and regular season games, as well as half-season packages with 21 games, and select mini-plan options. Pricing will start at $44 per game per seat and vary based on location within the arena.


“The overwhelming support we received from fans who secured season ticket deposits highlights how passionate Utahns are for hockey and how excited they are for the NHL experience,” said Chris Barney, chief commercial officer. “We look forward to filling Delta Center and creating an electrifying atmosphere for our fans and players alike when the puck hits the ice this fall. Together, we will build a strong legacy for our NHL franchise that lasts for generations to come. ”


In the first month following the April 17 franchise announcement, fans have placed more than 34,000 season tickets under deposit for the 2024-25 season and that number continues to grow as others do the same. To ensure that the local community has the first chance to experience the action, season tickets for the inaugural season will be first offered to deposit holders with a Utah zip code.


Those who have placed a deposit are invited to attend an open house event at Delta Center June 4 through June 6, from 8 A.M. to 8 P.M., where they will be able to see the ice set up, view sight lines, and experience seat options for the team’s inaugural season. Additionally, attendees will be able to make updates to their deposit, view pricing and payment options, and meet with a representative to address questions about the ticket purchasing process.


Beginning Friday, June 7, and continuing through June, deposit holders will receive an invitation back to Delta Center during a designated timeframe, in the order in which they put down their deposit, to complete their season ticket purchase based on availability and further explore their payment options. Multiple payment options will be available including full, half now and half later, or a monthly plan. Those unable to make it to Delta Center will have the option to work with a representative to secure their seats over the phone.


Season ticket holders will receive exclusive access to a variety of benefits tailored to their selected package size including preferred pricing, discounts at concessions and the Team Store, priority access to playoff tickets, and more.


Delta Center will accommodate up to 16,000 fans during Utah’s first NHL season, with 10,000 seats featuring unobstructed views. Season ticket members who select half-season packages will be given the opportunity to purchase additional seats in the partial-ice view sections for games not included in their season ticket package.


Due to high demand, not all fans who placed a deposit may receive an opportunity to purchase 2024-25 season tickets. In such cases, those fans will be given priority access to purchase mini-plans and single-game tickets prior to the general public. Additionally, deposit holders who choose to keep their deposit with the team will be given select benefits, including priority access to purchase season tickets as hockey seating capacity expands each season.


Following the NHL schedule release later this summer, single-game options will become available. Partial ice view tickets will be available for select games, starting at $19. Utah’s NHL franchise is also committed to donating a variety of tickets each game to organizations and individuals within the community, similar to the years-long program by the Utah Jazz, which supports more than 440 community organizations and donates thousands of tickets to home games annually.


More information on Utah NHL season ticket memberships can be found here.