The New York Islanders are having a pretty good year, and there’s more good news for the NHL team: 2021-22 general admission season tickets are now sold out for the inaugural season at UBS Arena.
Over 12,000 Islanders UBS Arena season tickets tickets have been sold.
“Selling out season tickets is a true testament to this loyal fanbase,” said Tim Leiweke, CEO of Oak View Group. “This arena will bring the very best in both hockey and entertainment to fans across the region and we’re excited to open up the doors to the public this fall.”
In addition, only six suites remain available out of the arena’s 56, and less than 250 seats remain in the arena’s Dime Club.
“The unbelievable demand for premium seating shows that tri state area businesses, their executives, clients and fans can’t wait to return to live events,” said Adam Campbell, UBS Arena’s Senior Vice President for Premium Sales.
Rendering courtesy UBS Arena.
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