Coyotes Fans: Do you believe in your team? Are you up for fun and suspense? Are you feeling lucky?
If you answered YES to any of the above (or you’re a chocolate obsessed Oompa-Loompa) then the Phoenix Coyotes GOALden Ticket is for you.
Here’s your chance to attend the Coyotes final TEN (10) regular season home games and sit in the Lower Bowl for as little as $100. (Regular Price: $75/game). The 10-game slate includes two games versus the rival Detroit Red Wings, the only visit to the Valley by the Vancouver Canucks and two games versus the defending Stanley Cup Champion Los Angeles Kings.
The process is simple…
- For just $100 you can purchase a GOALden Ticket valid for admission to the Coyotes final 10 home games up until the Coyotes allow a running tally of FIVE (5) goals.
- For $250 you can buy a GOALden ticket valid for TWENTY-FIVE (25) goals against.
As a bonus, if the Coyotes record a shutout in any home game during which your GOALden ticket is still valid, you’ll receive a free ticket to the Coyotes Fan Appreciation Night game on April 26th versus the Colorado Avalanche.
With the Phoenix Coyotes GOALden Ticket - EVERY goal matters!
|PRICE||TICKET VALID UNTIL COYOTES ALLOW|
Reserve Yours Today!
To purchase, call 480-563 PUCK (7825) or
and enter the password "goalden".
A representative will be in touch with you within 24 hours to secure your location.
- GOALden ticket must be purchased no later than March 8th, 2013
- Official goal tally includes only:
- Goals scored against at HOME games played between March 9 – April 26, 2013. All tickets expire at the 2013 Regular Season finale.
- Goals scored against in regulation and overtime. Individual shootout goals and goal awarded to winner of shootout are not applicable
- $100 ticket expires once 5th Goal is allowed
- $250 ticket expires once 25th Goal is allowed
- The GOALden ticket does not come with playoff priority.
- To receive the April 26th bonus tickets for a “shutout” you must be present (scanned in) at the game.*
- GOALden tickets are not transferable.
*A “shutout” is recorded if the Coyotes have allowed zero goals at the conclusion of the overtime period.
Shootout goals do not apply.