The Columbus Blue Jackets hit the ice for their first preseason game tonight at Nationwide Arena. Are you ready to march with them? Ranked a Top Ten Stadium Experience by ESPN the Magazine, book your seats now for hockey fun all season long. If the Jackets go on another epic 16 game run, you won't miss a thing. Ticket options abound from full season packages to single tickets to group nights.
If the blue line is your life line, you may already have purchased a Blue Jacket's full season package, which saves you $4,500 versus single-game pricing. You’re also guaranteed ticket priority for the Stanley Cup Playoff home games. In addition, food and beverage discounts with the Fan Bucks Card and meet-the-team events with players and coaches add to the fun.
If that seems like biting off more than you can chew, consider the Blue Jacket's Half Season package. You will save $1,584 versus single-game pricing. You still can enjoy food and beverage discounts, an exclusive meet-the-team event, and guaranteed tickets for up to two Stanley Cup Playoff games per round. Quarter season packages save you up to $550 versus single-game pricing and offer Stanley Cup Playoff ticket priority for one game per round.
If your schedule is unpredictable, choose the Six Game Flex Pack option. You are in charge of creating a ticket package that works best for you. And once the Jackets make the playoffs, you enjoy ticket priority before the general public.
For those who are more fun fans than true hockey fans, nab single-game tickets or plan a group event. From Military Appreciation to High School Hockey to Irish Heritage, group nights allow for a special night out with your gang. Simply contact the group night specialist on their group night webpage to make arrangements.
You’ll be the host with the most when you invite for friends, family or colleagues to a Game Night Suite. You’ll love the view and special service, including customized premium food and beverage service, a personal suite attendant and a fully furnished suite with high definition TV just in case you need to catch a replay.
Now's the time to plan your part in the Blue Jacket's march to the Stanley Cup.