Edmonton, AB – In response to continued public demand, the Edmonton Oilers today announced they will be raising the cap on Season Seats for the 2010-11 season. The Club will increase the current cap of 13,000 season tickets by 500 seats.
“We have so many passionate Oilers fans in Oil Country,” stated Oilers President and CEO Patrick LaForge. “The combination of continued sellouts at Rexall Place, high season seat renewal rates and most recently the excitement over the downtown arena project and this season’s first overall pick in the NHL Draft have all contributed to increased demand for season tickets. As always, season tickets that are made available are distributed in the fairest way possible – in priority order to members of the Oilers Season Seat Registry.”
The additional 500 season tickets, along with any non-renewed season seats, will be made available to Registry members in early June.
Hockey fans interested in securing Oilers season tickets now or in the future should join the Oilers Season Seat Registry at edmontonoilers.com.
Edmonton Oilers Hockey is presented in part by Rexall Family of Pharmacies, Molson Canadian, ATB Financial, TELUS, Cenovus Energy and Ford.