NFL free agency officially begins on Wednesday, but that hasn’t stopped the league from giving away free tickets to the opening game of the season.
As of Wednesday morning, the NHL was giving away a total of 3,946 tickets for every game that is scheduled for the first weekend of the 2017-18 season.
That number is up from 2,965 tickets last season, but the amount of tickets for each game is much smaller.
The league will distribute free tickets through various ticket sites, including Ticketmaster and StubHub, as well as at the NHL’s new ticketing website.
Fans can pick up tickets from the NHL website or from Ticketmaster or StubHub.
There are three types of tickets available for the opening week of the league season:Regular season tickets will cost $49 for home games, $54 for road games, and $72 for home playoff games.
The other tickets for the home opener are limited to the home team and/or a single season ticket holder.
There will be three ticket types for the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs:Single game tickets will go for $10 each, with a limit of two tickets per person.
Two tickets per household.
Two tickets per vehicle.
Two fans per seat.
The home opener will be the final game in the regular season before the playoffs begin.