2010-11 Orlando Magic Partial Tickets Plans on Sale Now | Magic Basketball

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Jul 26

2010-11 Orlando Magic Partial Tickets Plans on Sale Now

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Via the Orlando Magic:

The Orlando Magic announced partial ticket plans for the 2010-11 season are now on sale to the general public.

There are numerous options to choose from and all partial plans feature top NBA opponents, including the Miami Heat, L.A. Lakers and Boston Celtics. Some details about the particular partial plans include:

Two 22-Game Plans:

  • White 22-Game Plan: Guarantee your seats to see the L.A. Lakers and Boston Celtics
  • Blue 22-Game Plan: Guarantee your seats to see opening night, the Boston Celtics and Miami Heat

Three 15-Game Plans:

  • Jameer Nelson 15-Game Plan: Guarantee your seats to see the L.A. Lakers and Boston Celtics
  • Dwight Howard 15-Game Plan: Guarantee your seats to see the Boston Celtics and Miami Heat
  • Rashard Lewis 15-Game Plan: Guarantee your seats to see opening night, 13 weekend games and the Miami Heat

As the 2010-11 season approaches, there are just a limited number of prime locations remaining, and some of the many highlights about this season’s partial ticket plans include:

  • Savings off gate prices
  • You can purchase partial ticket plans by calling 407-89-MAGIC or by visiting www.orlandomagic.com
  • All partial ticket plans include these benefits – discount off gate prices and no service charges, guaranteed preferred seat location, playoff priority, the opportunity to buy single-game tickets before they go on sale to the public and the ability to e-mail your tickets and manage your account online.
  • Ticket Forwarding – an easy way to e-mail your tickets to others
  • Ticket Exchange – sell your seats online for games you are unable to attend
  • Access to both regular and playoff* pre-sales for individual game tickets before the public (*Tickets not guaranteed for playoff games)
  • Personal account representative to assist you throughout the season
2 comments
Eddy Rivera
Eddy Rivera

@#1Kicks

I noticed that, too. Curious.

#1Kicks
#1Kicks

Interesting how they have three '15' game plans packages without any of them being called Vince Carter...