Golden Knights to raise some ticket prices for 2019-20

The Vegas Golden Knights have been a hit on the ice in their first two seasons of NHL play. Now some season-ticket holders are in for an increase in ticket prices.

Fans who initially made a three-year commitment for season tickets will see their seats prices increase possibly next week by approximately $20 (€18) per game in the lower level, and $10 per game in the upper level.

The increase in price not withstanding, those fans who made a three-year commitment to buy season tickets will still save between 5 and 15 per cent on season tickets when compared to the cost for an individual single-season ticket.

Those holding individual season tickets are now eligible to make a three-year commitment and lock in cost-protections for future seasons as well.

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