Oct. 1, 2012
MADSSON, Wis. -- With the Wisconsin women’s hockey home season starting Oct.19, fans have many opportunities to be a part of the action this season at the NEW LaBahn Arena. There are a variety of ticket packages available and more ways than ever to enjoy Badger women’s hockey at a substantial savings.
Wisconsin women’s hockey season tickets are an affordable way to provide your family with quality entertainment. Plus, with a season ticket you will guarantee yourself a seat for the inaugural game in LaBahn Arena. Adult general admission season tickets are $30, while youth and senior citizen tickets are only $15. Both options offer substantial savings off single-game prices.
Back by popular demand is the Rayovac Family Four Pack. This terrific offer includes four general admission tickets, four small sodas, four hot dogs and a $5 Rayovac gift card, all for $24. Your family will enjoy a substantial savings of 43% off the retail price. Additional tickets are available for $6 each. Rayovac Family Four Packs must be purchased in advance and are not available for the opening series vs. Bemidji State.
Have a birthday party coming up? Why not celebrate with the Badgers. Birthday Party Packages are fun, easy to plan, are a great value and come with everything but the birthday guests! The package includes 12 general admission tickets, 12 hot dogs, 12 small sodas, a gift for the birthday child, a birthday card from the team, and a welcome scoreboard message all for just $75.
In addition, single-game tickets are also on sale now. Adult general admission tickets are available for $5. Youth, UW Student and senior citizen general admission tickets are available for $2. Or, group rates of $3 for adults and $1 for youth/senior citizen are available when purchasing 15 or more tickets. Please note, group tickets are not available for the opening series in LaBahn Arena vs. Bemidji State.
Plus, there are a number of exciting promotions planned throughout the year. Check out the promotions page and plan to attend a Wisconsin women’s hockey game today.