Dubuque Fighting Saints announce ticket prices for the 2022-23 season
It’s official. The Dubuque Fighting Saints have just released a redefined arena section map and adjusted Season and Single Game Ticket pricing for the 2022-23 season.
The Dubuque Fighting Saints have stated on their Facebook page that “the incentive of the new pricing guide is to get more people on board with season tickets, which are a significant savings over single game prices.”
There are additional great perks to those that are holding season tickets for the Dubuque Fighting Saints;
- Being a season ticket holder provides you access to all games at a discounted rate, in addition discounted additional tickets can be purchased for guests and friends joining you
- Saints games are even more fun as the organization does a fantastic job bringing in and training skilled and talented players
- Season ticket holders receive merchandise discounts (like on the “new” retro gear)
- Each game, you are guaranteed your same seat
Some questions have risen from fans as to the changes for seating areas and pricing; but, the Saints have made clear on their current post that,
“They (the Dubuque Fighting Saints) have made sure to discuss price increases as an organization in depth, and every single category in the new pricing structure is lower than last season (and in some cases, much lower i.e. season ticket prices). The Dubuque Fighting Saints organization wants to make sure games continue to be affordable and family friendly. They believe these new price points are a great way to make that possible,”
---while they also continue the great tradition of bringing talented and skilled athletes through their ranks. This keeps your hockey entertaining and your team a constant contender for the Clarke Cup and beyond, especially when looking at draft status for talent developed by the Dubuque Fighting Saints.
Of course, there are plenty of reasons to keep supporting and attending your Dubuque Fighting Saints hockey matches whether prices rise or fall depending on where you’re seated. As of this post they continue to hold on to 2nd Place in the Eastern Conference, just 3 points away in the standings to the first placed Chicago Steel. In addition, Stephen Halliday continues in his vein of fine form; snapping up records and honors both locally at the Saints organization and across the USHL as the new Tier I Regular Season Scoring Record holder. And, from my many times going to the games, there really isn't a bad seat in the house as you can see all the action even from the "cheap seats."
Any questions or comments about seating prices, where to get your season or single game tickets, and more, can be found by calling the Saints head office at 563-583-6880 or at dubuquefightingsaints.com.