The game has moved from an online-only arena into a big-time arena, and the best seating has changed as well.
Here are some tips to make the best possible purchase.
The best seats for a ticket?
There are a number of ways to determine if the best place for you is the best spot for you.
You can ask for more information from the person sitting next to you, and they may say they are the best seat.
The next person can then compare your situation to theirs.
You should also ask the arena staff, who will give you a score based on their experience.
They might tell you if you are a lucky seat.
Can you see the crowd?
If there is an aisle of seats between you and the arena, that aisle can give you an idea of how crowded the arena is.
If there are no rows of seats to your right, ask if there are seats to either side.
If they say no, look down at the seats in front of you.
Do you need tickets for more than one game?
If so, you may be able to buy two tickets, but the seating can change depending on the game.
Tickets for each game are not sold separately.
Tickets may be purchased in the Arena Box Office, at the box office, or at the arena.
If you want more than two tickets for a single game, you must have purchased tickets for both games.
Are there kids in the stands?
Yes, there are kids in a section near the arena’s exit, but they should be in front and behind the net.
Is there a waiting list?
If seats are still available, a reservation is needed to get in line.
You must have a valid ticket to be allowed into the arena for this event.
Can I bring my kids in?
Yes you can.
Do I have to bring my pets?
Pets are allowed in the same way as adults.
Are my kids wearing their hockey gear?
Yes your kids will wear their skates, and your parents will be wearing their pads and gloves.
Is it safe to walk around the arena?
Yes and no.
There is a designated area for children who may need a place to sit.
This area may also be crowded.
You may be approached by adults and adults may ask for your children’s names.
You are welcome to sit and wait, but please make sure you do not approach anyone in the area.
You will need to leave the arena to find a place.
How do I pay?
You can pay at the Ticket Office, or by cash or credit card.
Check out the website to see if you can get in for free.
Is my ticket refundable?
No, there is no refund policy for the tickets.
You’ll need to contact the ticket office at least a week before your event to ask for a refund.
Do all my friends get in?
This is not a social gathering, so no one is expected to be there.
How many people can attend?
There will be at least three people per table for a large event.
What are the rules for getting into the event?
There is no smoking in the venue, but you will need a permit from the venue.
It is also a good idea to wear a helmet at all times.
Do we need to bring our own snacks and beverages?
Yes; there is a non-alcoholic beverage program in the event.
You cannot bring a snack or beverage into the game, but there are concessions on the concession stands.
Can my friends bring their dogs into the games?
Dogs are not allowed in arena seating, but dogs are allowed on concession stands and in a dog area at the door.
What if I can’t get into the ticket booth?
Ticket booths are located in the lower level of the arena and are accessible by folding chairs.
The tickets are assigned to each team and can be picked up at the ticket window in front.
Can we bring in animals?
Pets can be brought in.
Dogs must be on a leash and under control of a responsible adult.
Pets are not permitted on concession stand or on the arena concourse.
Pets must be in a properly licensed area.
Pets may not be left unattended on the concourse or on concessions.
Pets will not be allowed to enter or exit the arena unless otherwise directed by a licensed dog handler.
Do pets get into other animals’ stalls?
Pets cannot be allowed in or near the food or drink areas.
Dogs may not run around the concession stand.
How can I get in touch with the event staff if I have questions?
You may contact the Ticket office at the Box Office or call 888-AT-HORSEMONKEY (855-225-7387).
The ticket office can also be reached by texting HELP (274637) or visiting the website www.