Lightning unveil 2014-15 half season packages
TAMPA BAY –The Tampa Bay Lightning unveiled their Half-Season Ticket Plans for the 2014-15 season today. Plans start as low as $420, or just $20 per game. There are two schedule options available for fans to choose from, Plan A and Plan B. Half-Season Ticket Plans are on sale now by visiting www.TampaBayLightning.com or by calling 813.301.6600.
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Lightning Half Season Plans A and B offer fans a great and flexible way to catch 21 games of electrifying hockey at the Tampa Bay Times Forum. Each plan includes one preseason game. Plan A includes eight exciting match-ups against the Lightning’s Atlantic Division opponents, including two against the Boston Bruins. Plan A holders will also see some of the best the Western Conference has to offer when the San Jose Sharks, Minnesota Wild, St. Louis Blues and Nashville Predators visit the Tampa Bay Times Forum. Of the 21 games in Plan A, 19 of them occur on a Thursday, Friday, Saturday or Sunday.
Half Season Plan B features seven divisional match-ups against the Florida Panthers, Buffalo Sabres, Toronto Maple Leafs, Detroit Red Wings and Montreal Canadiens. It also includes the season and home opener against the Panthers on October 9. The defending Stanley Cup Champion Los Angeles Kings will visit Tampa Bay for the only time in 2014-15 on February 7 for a 5 p.m. puck drop. On Wednesday, November 26 Plan B features Tampa Bay’s first game against the Eastern Conference Champion New York Rangers. Plan holders will also see the Colorado Avalanche, Washington Capitals, Vancouver Canucks and more. It includes 11 of the 21 games on a Thursday, Friday or Saturday.
Lightning Half Season Plans offer big savings and are available in all seating levels along with a ticket exchange program for fans who aren’t able to make every game in their plan. For even greater value fans can become a Full Season Ticket Member and not miss any of the action. Full Season Ticket Members receive an even bigger value on their investment and more benefits.