COMETS END REGULAR SEASON BY CONTINUING SELLOUT STREAKMar 30, 2017
Utica, NY - The Utica Comets continue the growing streak of sellout games at the Utica Memorial Auditorium with a current running total of 93 games. In addition, the Comets have sold out 78 consecutive regular season games. The current AHL record for consecutive regular season home sellouts is held by the St. John’s IceCaps with 120 games from October 10, 2011 – October 26, 2014.
This marks the second consecutive season the Comets fans have sold out the Utica Memorial Auditorium for all home games. Last season’s total included the two playoff games against the Albany Devils. To this point, a total of 139,320 fans walked through the doors of The AUD to attend a Comets game during the season.
To purchase tickets to a game, fans are encouraged to utilize the ticket exchange via StubHub!:
StubHub! is a fully-integrated platform that allows season and single-game ticket members to resell tickets with confidence and ease for free. The service also provides buyers a safe and secure shopping experience with instant tickets upon purchase via mobile delivery or print-at-home. StubHub! is the largest ticket marketplace with visibility to millions of people worldwide.
StubHub!’s wealth of data will also provide fans with the clearest pricing guidance and the most accurate recommendations to get the very best value. Every transaction is backed by StubHub!’s 100% money-back Fan Protect Guarantee and buyers and sellers will have access to exceptional 24/7 customer service. Download the StubHub! App for greater ease of use and sell or purchase your ticket, right up until game time. Both buyers and sellers have the ability to set alerts based on specific criteria; anything from price to quantity can be noted, and users will receive notifications via email or app when the set criteria is met.
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