TheThey have announced the details of their 2022-23 season tickets at Arizona State University's new multipurpose arena that seats 5,000, which they will share with the NCAA Sun Devils hockey team.
After their lease with Glendale expired, the Coyotes will be moving to the ASU facility. They will also have to leave Gila River Arena. While the team designs a new arena for Tempe, the Coyotes plan to play all their home games in Tempe through the 2024-25 seasons.
The ASU arena's highest season-ticket price is $14,350. This includes seats near the glass. The club access and concessions are included in the club access ticket. The Coyotes attack in second period are at the far corners of the goal, which is the lowest full-season price. This ticket costs $3,649 Full-season tickets are priced at around $157 per match.
Coyotes also offer 20-game partial season tickets plans starting at $8,900 for glass seats and $2,000. For the cheapest tickets, the Coyotes will charge $2,200. A half-season package will also include 21 games, including the home opener.
Season-ticket holders of the Coyotes will be given priority when selecting their seats. Single-game tickets for the Coyotes last game at Gila Arena cost $54.50.
ASU was chosen by the Coyotes as a temporary option to keep the team in the Valley of the Sun while it negotiates a new arena for Tempe. Alex Meruelo, owner of the Coyotes, submitted a $1.7 million entertainment and arena complex plan to Tempe City Council in September 2021. However it has not been voted upon yet.
Gary Bettman, NHL commissioner, stated that the NHL believes the move to a smaller venue could prove financially beneficial for the franchise.
“This will help you understand why they need a different arena. We aren't sure if there will be a significant difference in their revenues at ASU and Glendale. Bettman stated that in fact, one projection we have done shows they may do better.
He said that the NHL was okay with the plan so long as it wasn't a permanent solution.
Bettman said that as long it's temporary, he believes fans can have a lot fun with it. He spoke to ESPN during All-Star Weekend Las Vegas. Think about the 5,000 people and the intimate experience they will have.