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Colorado Avalanche Hit Season-Ticket Capacity, Waiting List Is Back Again



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Man, one of the things I remember writing a lot way back when was something to the order of: “If you want to buy season tickets to Colorado Avalanche games, you need to get on a waiting list, which is a few thousand names deep already.” Those days are back.

The defending Stanley Cup champions announced that they have hit their cutoff/capacity limit on season tickets for the 2022-23 season. What that number is, I don’t know, but I believe it used to be 13,500. But whatever the number is, you cannot buy a season-ticket plan for the coming season. They’re all sold out.

But the Colorado Avalanche do have a plan for those who want to get on the list. It’s called the “A List” and not only does it get you in line in the order you came in, but gives you some other perks as well. All the details are here.

$20 Dollar Bonus Voucher!

Individual game tickets are on sale here.

As this story proves forever thus: Winning is the best marketing plan.

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Good to see the fair weather fans are coming out of the woodwork! One may ask where the hell were they when Greg Zanon was patrolling the blueline or where were they just a few seasons ago when the team had 48 points?!?
One things for sure though,,, winning sells tickets! GoAvsGo!

Aaron Rud

Listen, I get it, but people aren’t gonna pay big bucks to see a crap product.

Glendon Gulliver

It’s winning the cup AND being able to watch the playoffs on national TV. If ESPN, TNT, and ABC haven’t shown the games, a lot of people would not have become fans. Exposure to winning is the best publicity.


Are there any restrictions for season ticket holders with regards to resale of single game tickets or will we continue to see out of towners flock to Ball arena in Blackhawks and penguins shirts?


No, it’s all through TM and you cannot specify/control who gets the ticket you’re selling.

Joshua Grigg

You’re always going to have fans of the other team. It happens. I regularly wear the away team colours at games. Some places are great (Ottawa, Montreal) and some places are awful (Buffalo). It is also great to be in Denver, as an out of towner and be around jersey clad fans side-eyeing you until Colorado scores and you’re up there with everyone else.

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