All-Visiting From Out of Town/Ticket Thread for the Washington Capitals
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09-29-2010, 09:44 PM
Join Date: Nov 2004
Visiting from Out-of-Town Thread
Washington Capitals - Ticket Information Page
and other special offers
Stubhub, Ticketmaster Exchange, Ebay, Craigslist
(all of course with the typical caveats/warnings)
Note: Capitals have 4 tiers for ticket prices for the 2010-11 season
(see website and/or seating chart for details)
Interactive seating chart
Verizon Center Questions
Verizon Center Website
Simple seating chart
(loads quicker than the interactive one linked above)
Capitals Bench: Section 101
Visitors Bench: Section 121
Benches: Section 100 side
Penalty Boxes: Section 111 side
Capitals shoot twice - 105/106 end
Visitors shoot twice - 116/117 end
Seating: 100s, Club, 400s, Suites
Club Seats since the question was asked several times in the old thread: Club level seats are a nice view for watching hockey; most season ticket Club seats come with the Acela symbol on the ticket, which allows one access to the Acela Club/Restaurant, but once inside bar and restaurant, money required, it isn't free (restaurant is all you can eat; based on history: pricey and mixed reviews); my understanding is buying a club seat online via ticketmaster, the ticket will not include the acela club symbol and will not include access unless you are purchasing via exchange from a STH; not sure what happens in those situations.
Kettler Capitals Iceplex
The Caps have practices and most of the pregame skates at the Kettler Capitals Iceplex, located at Ballston Common Mall (on top of parking garage) in Arlington VA.
Also, sometimes visiting teams practice there if they stay an extra day or arrive a day early.
If you don't happen to have computer access and are wondering about practice information, people have posted before that the number to call is 703-243-8855.
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