Buy your men's hockey season tickets here!
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Harvard Athletics announced Monday that season tickets for the 2013-14 Harvard men’s hockey schedule are now on sale through GoCrimson.com/tickets.
Tickets are priced at $200 for adults, $175 for faculty/staff and $120 for students and children under the age of 12.
Benefits to buying 2013-14 season tickets include:
• Savings off game day ticket prices
• Opportunity to purchase $100 winter parking pass; valid for all winter home games, including men’s & women’s hockey and men’s & women’s basketball. Only available for winter season ticket holders!
• Priority to purchase Beanpot tickets at the TD Garden.
• Two FREE tickets to the Harvard vs. Penn football game on November 16th. You may accept your free tickets by calling the Ticket Office at 617-495-2211 or emailing HarvTix@fas.harvard.edu.
• Exclusive access to private hockey practice, open only for hockey season ticket holders!
• Priority to purchase Harvard vs. Yale tickets at Madison Square Garden.
• A season ticket holder will be featured during each home game as “Season Ticket Holder of the Game”. Have someone you’d like to nominate? Email your nominee to HarvTix@fas.harvard.edu.
• Refer a new season ticket holder and receive a Harvard Athletics Jacket ($70 value!). Call (617-495-2211) or email (HarvTix@fas.harvard.edu) the Ticket Office with your referral.
Harvard is in store for an historic season in 2013-14. With a class of nine freshmen joining the Crimson ranks, Harvard will be looking to make its mark in ECAC action this year. With marquee matchups like the 62nd annual Beanpot at TD Garden and the first-ever “Rivalry On Ice” against Yale at Madison Square Garden, the Crimson has plenty of dates circled on its calendar.
The Crimson begins its season with five of its first six games at home, including four ECAC Hockey opponents. Local Hockey East rivals Boston College (Nov. 20) and Boston University Jan. 4) both visit Bright Hockey Center, and Harvard hosts defending national champion Yale Feb. 21 in its final home weekend of the season.