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March 30, 2011

New Jersey Nets start selling tickets for games — in Brooklyn

The Brooklyn Paper

Don't everyone burn up those phone lines at once. The Nets, according to the press release reprinted by The Brooklyn Paper, are beginning to sell "Brooklyn" Nets tickets for the 2012-2013 season.

From the press release:

The first-of-its-kind All Access season tickets for NETS Basketball at the Barclays Center of Brooklyn are going on sale today for current season ticket holders. The team is distributing by mail premium-designed, five-panel ticket packages that showcases the NETS and the Barclays Center in preparation for the team’s relocation to Brooklyn for the 2012-13 NBA season.

Season tickets for these premium locations will feature the unprecedented NETS All Access Pass. This Pass will offer fans several distinctive elements, including the opportunity to purchase tickets before the general public to non-NETS events that will be staged at the Barclays Center. The All Access Pass can also be used for unlimited food, prepared by award-winning Levy Restaurants, at designated clubs and all fixed concession stands during NETS games; a first-time offering for a major New York metropolitan area sports team.

Additional All Access Pass benefits will include: a private entrance, dedicated VIP speed lines at all entrances, concierge service, early access into the Barclays Center, membership to the Barclays Center Business Alliance - a corporate networking program exclusive to sponsors and season ticketholders - and much more.

While All Access Passes are the first ticket offerings being made available, non-premium NETS season tickets for the Barclays Center will be implemented in different phases in 2011.

When all price points are unveiled, the NETS ticket prices will be available for everyone’s budget. Two thousand tickets will be priced at $15 and under for each game, and an allotment of tickets for all events at the Barclays Center will be made available to the community, which was committed to in the Community Benefits Agreement of 2005.

Fifty percent of all season tickets will be priced at $55 or less per game, and lower level season tickets start at $65.

There will be no Personal Seat License for NETS tickets.


NoLandGrab: No PSLs? Why thank you, Nets — as if that was remotely a possibility.

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NY1, Nets' New Home To Feature All-Access Pass

A deluxe package will soon pamper some lucky Nets fans when the team moves to Brooklyn.

Current Nets season tickets holders are getting first dibs on the All-Access pass for the 2012-2013 season.

It'll give fans premium treatment at the Nets' new home at the Barclays Center.

The pass starts at $99 a game and includes unlimited food, a private entrance, concierge service, and access to a business center.

But non-season ticket holders have to hold on a bit longer for their chance to buy tickets.

Posted by eric at March 30, 2011 7:57 PM