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2021-2022 Minnesota Wild Season Tickets (Includes Tickets To All Regular Season Home Games)Xcel Energy Center - Saint Paul, MN
Where do the Minnesota Wild play their home games?
The Minnesota Wild play their home games at Xcel Energy Center.
How much are Minnesota Wild Tickets prices?
Currently, single-game tickets can start at $23.00, and average $87.00.
Where is Xcel Energy Center?
Xcel Energy Center, 199 W Kellogg Blvd, St Paul, MN 55102.
Does my child need a ticket for a Wild game?
The Minnesota Wild child policy is children two (2) years of age and under may enter Xcel Energy Center for free. Children entering for free must sit on a parent's or guardian's lap during the game.
Where can I buy Minnesota Wild Parking Passes?
If you're looking for parking near the Xcel Energy Center, select the "Parking" icon underneath the seating chart on the Minnesota game page
What time do Xcel Energy Center doors open?
For Minnesota Wild home games, general doors to the arena open two hours prior to faceoff.
Where can I find the Minnesota Wild home schedule 2021 - 2022?
Once available, you will find the Minnesota Wild home schedule for the upcoming NHL season will be displayed above.
The Minnesota Wild 2021 - 2022 season will begin in October and go through April 2022, at which point the NHL postseason is in play if they qualify.
What is Minnesota Wild Mobile Ticketing?
Entry into Xcel Energy Center for the hockey game is available by mobile ticketing. Mobile ticketing delivers your tickets right to your smartphone. When you arrive at Xcel Energy Center, you present your phone to the attendant at the door.
How long does a Minnesota Wild hockey game last?
On average, a Wild game lasts two and a half hours.
What should I wear to Minnesota Wild game?
If you are a Minnesota Wild hockey fan, you may want to sport the team colors of " Forest green, iron range red, harvest gold, and Minnesota wheat" or your favorite player's sweater. Fans may want to bring a sweater or light jacket as the temperature inside the Xcel Energy Center will be between 60F (15C) and 65F (18C).
Where can I buy Minnesota Wild Game Tickets?
Barry’s Ticket Service has been serving Minnesota Wild fans since 1985.
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Speak with team member seven days a week at (866) 708-8499.
All Wild tickets Xcel Energy Center for sold through Barry’s Ticket Service are authentic tickets.
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Please note that Minnesota Wild ticket prices, start times, door times, policies, and schedules are subject to change.
Receive a refund on Minnesota Wild NHL home games at Xcel Energy Center that are canceled and not rescheduled.
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