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Phoenix Coyotes To Host Open House at Jobing.com Arena; Ticket Packages Available for Purchase

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Looking to increase their fan base and boost season ticket sales, the Phoenix Coyotes are holding an open house.

The event will take place August 12 at Jobing.com Arena from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. and is available (and free) to all fans.

Fans can select seat locations for a variety of ticket packages, including season tickets as well as 20-game and 11-game plans.

Interested Coyotes fans can meet with the team's sales staff to get more information and also scope out available seat locations. Most of the lower-level season tickets are priced at $45 per seat while season tickets in the upper level start at $10 per seat.

For the team quality the Yotes should have this year (another playoff spot is likely), ten bucks for a seat is a damn good deal.

Other perks for fans at the open house include a tour of the locker room and (because it's never too early) a chance to buy Stanley Cup playoff tickets in the same location as ones season tickets.

Granted, it's only August, but you better be ready to show your faith right away.

In addition to season tickets, fans also can select from two lesser packages.

The 20-game package covers half of the team's home games and is available at $19 per game.

Meanwhile, the 11-game package makes up roughly a quarter of the games at Jobing.com Arena. That ticket package starts at $23 per game.

Fans attending the event should enter at Gate 6 on the east side of the arena and park in Lot G.

For more info on the event, go here.

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