How to get Kings-Blues Game Tickets.
When it comes to how to get Kings-Blues Tickets you want to make sure you order tickets from a safe reliable company. Located in Los Angeles, Barry’s Tickets has been offering tickets to the Kings-Blues hockey games at Staples Center since 1985 and has no service fees or hidden charges on any tickets. Select your Kings-Blues game you would like to attend from the list above and view seats for all the NHL season action.
Once you’ve chosen the game from the Kings-Blues schedule you would like to attend, there is a plethora of seats you can choose from using the interactive Kings Staples Center seating chart. This way, you can view the ice from all sections of the arena, sort seats by quantity, zone, price or compare multiple sections at one time and choose the seats that are best for your viewing experience. Refine your search options by using our inventory section/price filters. This option tool removes seats that don't fit in your preferences and make it easier for you to choose.
You can select to have your hockey game tickets set for E-Download, Federal Expressed to your credit card address or pick up at our office caddy-corner from the Staples Center free of charge.
Feel free to call Barry’s Tickets at (866) 708-8499 and a team member will be happy to help you with additional ticket information and different seating options as well as answer any questions you might have. Barry’s Tickets is available from 9:00am – 9:00pm pacific standard time to help you get the perfect seats for this seasons Kings-Blues schedule of hockey games.
Kings-Blues Game Staples Center Seating.
Getting great seats for the game is never a problem, no matter if you are looking for tickets behind the Kings or Blues benches, glass seats in the middle of all the action, Premiere Level or even just to get into one of the hottest games on the NHL Schedule Barry’s Tickets has you covered. Barry’s Tickets offers seats to fit all budgets from the best seats in the arena to upper level seats for those on a tight budget! Best of all, our Kings-Blues game tickets are 100% guaranteed authentic and with no service fees...ever!
What is the Kings-Blues Schedule?
The Los Angeles Kings play in the Western Conference Pacific Division while the St. Louis Blues play in the Central Division. Both teams play each other three times during the regular NHL schedule with two games on home ice for each team switching off every other season. The St. Louis Blues will play at the Staples Center once this season while the LA Kings will travel to the Scottrade Center for two games.
How much are Kings-Blues Tickets?
Los Angeles hockey fans love it when the St. Louis Blues head down to the Staples Center, and you can tell by the sea of Blue inside the arena. The average Kings-Blues Tickets for their games at the Los Angeles Staples Center during the regular season are $107.00 per ticket. When the Kings head up crosstown to the Scottrade Center, the average ticket price is $52.00 per ticket.
More Kings-Blues Game Information.
The Los Angeles Kings and St. Louis Blues have left it all on the ice 196 times against each other. The Blues have won 96 of their meetings, and the LA Kings have won 74 times. St. Louis finished last season with 107 points, good enough to finish 2nd in the NHL Central Division. Watch as Blues superstar right wing Vladimir Tarasenko breaks one off and heads for Jonathan Quick in the LA Kings goal. The St. Louis Blues have a rich tradition of NHL hockey players including Brett Hull, Bernie Federko, and Brian Sutter. Don't miss one of the most anticipated games on the NHL schedule, get your Kings-Blues- 2017 tickets today.
Barry's Tickets is located next to the Staples Center inside the Luxe Hotel
Since 1999, Barry's Tickets has been located caddy-corner from the Los Angeles Staples Center inside the Luxe Hotel. Our Los Angeles office offers a fast and convenient location to pick up or purchase Los Angeles Kings tickets during the preseason and regular season as well as Kings playoff tickets even after the puck drops free of charge.