Red Wings preseason tickets on sale Monday at 10 AM

From the Detroit Red Wings:

AT 10 A.M.

… Detroit Opens Preseason Slate with Three Straight Home Games at Little Caesars Arena Before Welcoming Toronto on Saturday, Sept. 29 …

DETROIT – The Detroit Red Wings today announced that tickets for all 2018-19 preseason home games at Little Caesars Arena will go on sale Monday, Aug. 6 at 10:00 a.m.

The Red Wings will hit the ice for the first time in 2018-19 by hosting the Pittsburgh Penguins on Wednesday, Sept. 19 at 7:30 p.m. at Little Caesars Arena. The matchup against the Penguins opens a stretch of three home games in four days, with contests against the Chicago Blackhawks on Thursday, Sept. 20 at 7:30 p.m. and the Boston Bruins on Saturday, Sept. 22 at 7:00 p.m. Detroit will then travel for four road games in a six-day span, visiting Pittsburgh on Sunday, Sept. 23 (3:00 p.m.), Chicago on Tuesday, Sept. 25 (8:30 p.m.), Boston on Wednesday, Sept. 26 (7:00 p.m.) and Toronto on Friday, Sept. 28 (7:30 p.m.). The Red Wings will host the eighth and final preseason game against the division-rival Maple Leafs on Saturday, Sept. 29 at 7:00 p.m. at Little Caesars Arena.

Red Wings preseason tickets can be purchased at the Little Caesars Arena XFINITY Box Office (313-471-7575) or online at Red Wings regular season tickets go on sale Friday, Aug. 24.

The Red Wings’ full preseason schedule can be found below:


                  DATE     DAY                                                       SITE                                   TIME (ET)
September   19       Wed.       PITTSBURGH                          Little Caesars Arena         7:30
20       Thu.        CHICAGO                                Little Caesars Arena         7:30
22       Sat.         BOSTON                                  Little Caesars Arena        7:00
23       Sun.        at Pittsburgh                              PPG Paints Arena           3:00
25       Tue.        at Chicago                                United Center                   8:30
26       Wed.       at Boston                                  TD Garden                       7:00
28       Fri.          at Toronto                                 Scotiabank Arena             7:30
29       Sat.         TORONTO                               Little Caesars Arena         7:00



Ticket plans are now available for the 2018-19 season. Red Wings FLEX partial plans are back to give fans the opportunity to design a plan based on their schedule. Fans can purchase convenient half-season ticket plans (22 games) or new quarter-season ticket plans (11 games). Red Wings partial season ticket plans feature savings on box office prices and increased savings on premium games. Partial season ticket holders also have the opportunity to lock in their tickets before single game tickets go on sale to the general public. Additional benefits include flexible payment plans, access to the Ticket Donation Program to put unused tickets to good use in the community, presale opportunities for 313 Presents events, a dedicated personal Ticket Service Executive and much more.

In addition to the benefits of FLEX plans, full season ticket plans feature an action-packed 45-game schedule, giving fans the opportunity to see every NHL opponent at the state-of-the-art Little Caesars Arena. Full season ticket holders receive a 10 percent discount on all merchandise at the Little Caesars Arena Team Store and Hockeytown Authentics in Troy, invitations to exclusive team autograph sessions and events, personalized entry on the arena’s Season Ticket Holder Interactive Touchscreen Displays, a complimentary in-game welcome on the Little Caesars Arena Scoreboard and much more.

Information on Red Wings full and FLEX partial season ticket plans can be obtained by visiting or by calling the Red Wings’ Ticket Sales & Service Office at 313-471-7575.

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