Hurricanes Ticket Prices to Hold Steady
Team will not increase prices for full or partial-season ticket plans
RALEIGH, NC—Kyle Prairie, Director of Ticket Sales for the National Hockey League’s Carolina Hurricanes, announced today that prices for full and partial season ticket plans for the 2007-08 season will remain unchanged from the 2006-07 season. The 2007-08 season will mark the Hurricanes 10th Anniversary in North Carolina.
“We had tremendous fan support this past season,” Prairie said. “Our season ticket holders and mini-plan holders are vital to our business and we want to continue to show them we value their support.”
The Hurricanes established a new single-season attendance record in 2006-07, with more than 700,000 fans attending regular season home games at the RBC Center. The team averaged 17,387 fans per game – 93 percent of capacity – including 19 sold-out or overflow crowds.