How and When to buy Tickets

#1
When should Kings fans expect tickets to become available for purchase? When is it recommended for Kings fans to start looking for tickets? What are the recommended sources to buy tickets from?
 
#2
When should Kings fans expect tickets to become available for purchase? When is it recommended for Kings fans to start looking for tickets? What are the recommended sources to buy tickets from?
You can expect tickets to be available for purchase shortly after the schedule is released. If you're looking for some nice seats, look for tickets as soon as they are released. If you don't care too much about seat location, you may be able to find tickets at a nice bargain close to the date of the game. And, to answer your last question: the Kings website, Ticketmaster, or you can reach out to a Kings representative (via e-mail or phone) to inquire about single game tickets.
 
#3
You can expect tickets to be available for purchase shortly after the schedule is released. If you're looking for some nice seats, look for tickets as soon as they are released. If you don't care too much about seat location, you may be able to find tickets at a nice bargain close to the date of the game. And, to answer your last question: the Kings website, Ticketmaster, or you can reach out to a Kings representative (via e-mail or phone) to inquire about single game tickets.
Around when is the schedule usually released?
 
#4
Around when is the schedule usually released?
Usually during the month of August (dates have varied over the years...). Some seasons have seen the release date be as early as July but, generally speaking, they'll release it during the month of August (I can't give you an exact time of the month, as the dates have varied over the years).
 
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Roughly how much are lower level tickets for Kings games at Golden One?
The best thing for you to do here is to go to Kings.com or Ticketmaster.com, and search for available tickets. My suggestion, in order to get a good feel of the dynamic pricing that goes on, is to check out prices of tickets that are not for resale (Ticketmaster does a good job of identifying those that are resale vs those that are not). As @macadocious said above, the games are all dynamic pricing. So you'll pay a premium price if you want to watch the better teams/matchups, while you can find a bargain against those teams that are up to very little to no good.