The tickets appear to have gone on sale over the past week on a sliding scale, depending on when the subscriber initially signed up (and for what it's worth, we've heard from some fans that the Ticketmaster website has been malfunctioning). For Islander fans who first signed up for season tickets post-1999, the opportunity to buy tickets started today at 10 a.m. From what we can tell, the first Ranger season ticket holders don't have access to buy tickets until tomorrow.
Ticket prices vary from $79 to $349.
For those of you with a partial plan or no plan looking for tickets, we'll you'll have to cross your fingers that the season subscribers don't take them all (Isles season subscribers are limited to two or three tickets per seat in their account, depending on where they sit). According to the Isles website, partial subscribers are probably next in line, but there are no guarantees:
[sny-box]Partial plan subscribers of the 22 or 15 game plans will be placed on a priority waiting list and notified of their status at a later date, subject to availability. [/sny-box]
Partial subscribers; cross your fingers they don't sell out. For everyone else part of the general public, rub the lucky rabbits foot.
We've reached out to the Islanders for comment about the ticketing situation for the general public.