Claremore Daily Progress


January 23, 2012

Second-half Thunder tickets go on sale Jan. 30

OKLAHOMA CITY — The Oklahoma City Thunder announced today single-game tickets for the second half of the 2011-12 regular season will go on sale to the general public on Monday, Jan. 30 at 10 a.m. Tickets may only be purchased online at THUNDER.NBA.COM.


Single-game tickets for the second half of the season include 19 home games beginning with the Boston Celtics on Wednesday, Feb. 22. Due to an increased season ticket base as well as increased package and group sales, single-game tickets are extremely limited. Only four tickets per transaction will be allowed. The following games will only have a limited number of single seats (no pairs) available: Feb. 22 vs. Boston Celtics, Feb. 23 vs. Los Angeles Lakers, March 21 vs. Los Angeles Clippers, March 25 vs. Miami Heat, April 1 vs. Chicago Bulls and April 11 vs. Los Angeles Clippers.


The best way to secure tickets for all games is by joining the Season Ticket Member family. Interested fans can join The True Blue Club to reserve a spot for full-season tickets when they become available. For more information on the True Blue Club, call (405) 208-4667.


As always, the Thunder will hold back 200 tickets for each home game for fans to participate in the Thunder Rewards Zone promotion. For more information about the Thunder Rewards Zone visit THUNDER.NBA.COM and go to “Tickets”.

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