Where to Buy 2019-20 Florida Panthers Tickets
Single-game tickets on the primary market for the 2019-20 Florida Panthers season are currently available. The team has been playing at BB&T Center since 1998, and single-game home tickets are on sale through Ticketmaster. Below is a seating chart showing unsold face value availability to a typical Panthers home game:
On the secondary market, TicketIQ has Low Price Guarantees on sold out. That means that if you find a secondary market ticket for less on a site like StubHub or SeatGeek, we’ll give you 200% of the difference in ticket credit. TicketIQ customers save an average of 5% to 20%, compared to StubHub and Vivid Seats. Below is a seating chart showing secondary market availability and price by zone for their most expensive home game of the season, March 7th vs Montreal.
How Much Are 2019-20 Florida Panthers Tickets
On the primary market, there are many tickets available for most Panthers home games. For lower demand games prices starts at $16 for upper level seats in the corner, $37 for lower level seats, and $79 for Center Ice seats in Section 118. For higher demand games prices start at $32 for upper level seats, $80 for lower level seats, and $138 for Center Ice seats in Section 118.
Florida Panthers tickets are the second least expensive in the NHL on the secondary market, with a current average asking price of $66, a 38% decrease from last season. Florida’s secondary market ticket price is the lowest since it was $64 for the 2011-12 season.
The Panthers are one the two best values for the 2019-20 NHL season as measured by the cost per point. With 98 projected points and an average price of $66, each points for every dollar their fans spent based on average price. The highest cost per point belongs to the Leafs, for whom every point costs $3.40.
The Panthers are in search for their first postseason appearance since 2016, which was their only team in franchise history to register triple-digit points. Under new head coach Joel Quenneville, the second-most winningest coach in NHL history, the Panthers look for a bounce-back season.
What are the Panthers Season Ticket and Mini Plan Options
Fans interested in Florida Panthers season tickets can purchase full or half season packages on the Panthers website. Those who purchase full season tickets will also receive discounts for concessions, merchandise (25%), and parking. Half season ticket packages include a 10% merchandise discount in addition to discounted parking.
Where are Club Seats at BB&T Center
The Panthers offer many premium seating experiences:
Club Lexus, which is found in lower bowl sections 101, 102, and 134, includes complimentary food, beer, wine, soda, and valet parking with your ticket. In addition, there is a private entrance, dedicated wait staff, and private restrooms. In addition to Club Lexus, club seats are found surrounding the entire stadium.
Suites can accommodate 15, 20, or 50 people. Each suite has a dedicated suite attendant and includes flat screen televisions and private restrooms. They can be bought as a Holiday Suite package or as a different package on the premium seating website.
Corona Beach House provides all-inclusive food, beer, wine, and soda. In addition, there is complimentary valet parking as well as a private entrance and private restrooms.
Glass Seats, which include the first two rows, include complimentary parking.
Loge Boxes have six to eight seats per private box on the Plaza Level, and there is a dedicated attendant to each box.
Panthers Mobile Ticketing Info
BB&T Center offers mobile ticketing via the NHL app, which is available at the App Store or Google Play, and allows fans to manage tickets and parking passes. The arena offers complimentary internet as well.
The Top 10 Most Expensive Games On The Secondary Market
The top two most expensive games are against the Montreal Canadiens, who have also struggled to make the playoffs recently. After losing three of their four meetings last season, the Panthers will look for more success against Montreal this season.
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