Lightning To Offer Little Caesars 5-Game & Flex Ticket Plans

Monday, 01.14.2013 / 1:42 PM Tampa Bay Lightning

The Tampa Bay Lightning announced today details on their Little Caesars Five-Game Plan and the 2012-13 Flex Plan for the upcoming regular season. Both ticket offers are currently on sale to the general public and can only be purchased by calling 813.301.6600.

Fans can select any five games for their Little Caesars Five-Game Pack, with pricing starting as low as $99 per plan. With each pack purchased, fans will receive a special 20th Anniversary Lightning hat and a free large Little Caesars HOT-N-READY Pizza.

The Lightning are also offering one of the most convenient ways to purchase tickets to their fans with the 2012-13 Flex Plan. Individuals looking to sit in the Channelside Club, Club Level or Promenade Level for the upcoming season can purchase tickets starting at just $65 per ticket for any game, with a 12-ticket minimum. Fans can use the tickets in any combination of locations, games and number of seats throughout the season. All fans purchasing tickets in the Channelside Club will also receive a free $50 gift card to Tampa Bay Sports, the Lightning’s official merchandise store inside the Times Forum.

The Lightning will also make 500 tickets per game available in the Coca-Cola Zone, located in the GTE Terrace Level endzone area of the Times Forum, for the low price of just $10 per ticket. Individuals that purchase tickets in the Coca-Cola Zone will also receive a free 20 oz. Coca Cola. Tickets will go on sale on Tuesday, January 15, at 10 a.m. and will be available on a first-come-first-served basis.

“In celebration of our franchise’s 20th Anniversary season, we wanted to give back to our fans for their continued support of the team over the years,” said chief operating officer Steve Griggs. “Partnering with our good friends at Coca-Cola, we will be offering our fans an affordable $10 ticket for every game this season. We are excited to bring this new ticket option to our fans as we offer them another exciting way to see the Lightning.”

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