Persuaded by all my excellent writing and analysis that you cannot survive without attending some UAA Hockey games this season? I thought you would be; so it's convenient that today the UAA Athletic Department announced exactly what you need to do in order to get tickets.
Here is the body of the release ...
All individual game tickets for the 2010-11 Alaska Anchorage hockey season go on sale to the public beginning Monday, September 20 at noon. Individual ticket prices for the 2010-11 season are $18.50, $15 and $13.25 (does not include applicable fees) and can be purchased at the Sullivan Arena box office, ticketmaster.com, by phone at 1-800-745-3000, and at all Fred Meyer Ticketmaster Outlets.
Individual game tickets are not sold at UAA. UAA faculty/staff, alumni, military, seniors (60+) and children (3-17) can receive a $5 discount per ticket with proper identification. Full regular-season ticket packages for all 17 home games are also on sale and are priced at $220 (general admission), $245 (reserved middle balcony) and $300 (reserved mezzanine lower balcony). Full season packages are available by calling UAA Athletics at (907) 786-1293.
Half-season ticket packages are available through the same sources. Friday games start out at $115, while Saturday games start at $130. Half-season ticket packages can be purchased at the Sullivan Arena box office, ticketmaster.com, by phone at 1-800-745-3000, and at all Fred Meyer Ticketmaster Outlets.
Tickets for the 2010 Kendall Hockey Classic (Oct. 8-9) also go on sale Sept. 20 and are available through the Sullivan Arena box office, ticketmaster.com, by phone at 1-800-745-3000, and at all Fred Meyer Ticketmaster Outlets.
Coupon books are available for purchase through UAA Athletics at (907) 786-6163 or by purchasing in person at the office in the Wells Fargo Sports Complex, room 220. Call (907) 786-1250 for office hours.
Ticket information for the UAA vs. Windsor exhibition game in Soldotna on Oct. 2 will be posted on GoSeawolves.com.
So there it is. Everything you could possibly want to know about how to procure tickets to see the UAA Seawolves hockey team put a serious hurting on some weak sauce from outside. Ok I lied, it isn't everything you need to know. There is a boatload of other information on the GoSeawolves website which you can check out by clicking here and following their links.