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Single-game tickets on the primary market for the 2019-20 Philadelphia Flyers are currently available. Since 1996, the Flyers have played at the Wells Fargo Center, and single-game tickets are available through Paciolan and at the Wells Fargo Center box office. Below is an example of a Flyers seating chart with a good amount of unsold face value options.
On the secondary market, TicketIQ has Low Price Guarantees on sold out Philadelphia Flyers tickets for all games on the 2019 schedule, and all sold out NHL games. That means that if you find a secondary market ticket for less on a site like StubHub or SeatGeek, we’ll give you 200% of the difference in ticket credit. TicketIQ customers save an average of 5% to 20%, compared to StubHub and SeatGeek. Below is a seat map showing the cheapest tickets on the secondary ticket market by zone for the February 28th game against the Rangers, their most expensive of the season.
Like most other teams, the Flyers use dynamic pricing, charging variable amounts depending on the quality of each game. For marquee match-ups, such as divisional clashes against the New York Rangers and Pittsburgh Penguins, primary market seats range from $89 to $258; for a lesser game, prices range from $42 to $121.
On the secondary market, however, there’s more flexibility. The Flyers enter the 2019-20 season on the cheaper side of the spectrum with the 20th highest average resale price in the league; seats are currently averaging $103, a 37% decrease from last year.
That average price is the lowest Flyers tickets have been since the 2015-16 season. Philadelphia fans are clearly skeptical of their team’s coaching changes; Alain Vigneault had some excellent seasons in the Metropolitan Division with the New York Ranger, but struggled to keep his defense organized towards the end of his tenure. If he’s able to turn the Flyers around, however, you’ll be scoring a bargain on the secondary ticket market.
If you’re looking to attend multiple games this season, the Flyers have several ticket plans to choose between.
First, there’s a full season ticket. In addition to a seat at every home game, this option includes the most perks; not only do you gain access to exclusive concession lines, but season ticket holders get 20% off on parking, food, and merchandise and invitations to several special events.
There are also two half-season plans, which include some of the same perks. That ticket includes half the discounts (10% off rather than 20%) and access to fewer events.
Lastly, there are four separate 10 game plans. While they don’t include any additional perks, they do come with added flexibility; with various options, including one weekend plan, everyone can find an option that works for them.
The Wells Fargo Center is in the midst of a massive renovation process, affecting the arena’s suites. The new mezzanine level will feature 82 suites, two lounge areas, and an open concourse with enhanced concessions and views of the city skyline. You can rent a suite for one game or, if you’re looking to truly splurge, purchase your own suite.
If you’re a season ticket holder, you can handle all of your ticketing needs through your Inside Edge account and the Wells Fargo Center app. Everyone attending the game, however, is able to use mobile tickets to enter the arena.
100-level sections, rows and seats: 100-level center tickets include 115,114,113,112,11 and 104,103,102,101,124,123. 100-level end seat include 117,118,119,120,121,105, 106, 107, 108, 109, with 100-level corners sections of 116,122, 110 and 104.
100-level center rows run from AA to row 23, while 100-level endzone seats run from row 1 to row 26.
200-level sections, rows and seats: 200-level center tickets include 211, 212, 213, 214, 215, 203, 202, 201, 224, 223. 200-level corner sections include 222A, 222, 221A, 216, 216A, 217, 201A, 210, 209A, 204, 204A, 205. 200-level end seat include 208, 207A, 207, 206, 205A, 221, 220, 219A, 219, 218, 217A.
200-level center rows run from 1 to row 23, while 100-level endzone seats run from row 1 to row 15.
Club Box Seats are located above the 100 level on the sideline, with section labeled CB22, CB23, CB24, SB1, CB2, CB3, CB4, CB16, CB15, CB14, SB13, CB12, CB11, and CB10.
Club Box Sears rows run from 1 to row 7.
Luxury Boxes are located above the Club Boxes and run section LS1 to LS82. For info Luxury Box single-event rentals, Suite Experience Group is a great resource. Luxury Suites prices run from $2,000 to $5,000 for the highest-demand games.
Flyers Benches – The Flyers bench is in front of section 101 and 124 and the visitors bench is in front of section 101 and 102.
Flyers shoot twice – The Flyers shoot twice on the side between section 103 to 111.
Generally, arena doors open one hour before the scheduled start of NBA games and 90 minutes before the scheduled start of NHL and NBA games.
In 2019, the Wells Fargo Center will add two sports betting lounges, one on the main concourse and one on the top level, featuring TVs showing action across the country. They will be sponsored by SugarHouse Sportsbook and feature a space where fans can bet with online sportsbooks in Pennsylvania, though obviously you’ll be encouraged to play with SugarHouse. The upstairs location will be 6,500 square feet and look over the playing surface. There will also be massive LED video walls and SugarHouse reps walking fans through the signup process."
Accessible seating is located on every level of the Wells Fargo Center (Lower Level and Mezzanine as well as Club Boxes and Suites). Subject to availability at the time of purchase, the Wells Fargo Center will make this seating available to patrons with disabilities and up to three (3) of their companions.
When a patron has purchased, or has otherwise acquired, a ticket to non-accessible seating, and that patron requires accessible seating, the Wells Fargo Center will attempt to accommodate that individual and his or her companions if accessible seating comparable to that purchased to the ticketed event remains available. For more info visit the Wells Fargo site.
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