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by Paul on 07/28/12 at 12:26 PM ET
from Jill Painter of the LA Daily News,
If you plan on attending a Kings game this season, you better make a plan to buy tickets soon or risk having to buy on the secondary market.
The Kings, on the heels of winning the organization’s first Stanley Cup last month, already have sold an unprecedented number of season tickets - 15,000 - for the upcoming season, according to Chris McGowan, the team’s chief operating officer.
“Ticket sales have been really, really brisk,” McGowan said Friday. “We’re getting to a point where organizationally, it’s all about managing inventory. We’re getting slim in terms of availability. Season-ticket wise, we’re in a position where we’re going to stop selling season tickets because we’re going to be capped out.
“The season-ticket base would be so high where we wouldn’t have an ability to sell any more. We have to take care of partial-plan holders, and we want to keep (tickets) for group ticket sales and individual buyers when we go on sale.”
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