Have you ever experienced a Seattle Thunderbirds game from the exclusive group seats of the Les Schwab Tire Centers Ice Box? If you think that the 2 for Tuesday deal is a steal, you have to try this package. When you watch the game from the Ice Box, you get great seats plus dinner for just $38, a real bargain for any hockey lover. Most inclusive tickets like this cost much more for other teams and franchises, so it is something to really grab when you have a few extra bucks and want to treat yourself and your fellow Thunderbirds fans.
To get the Ice Box seats, you do need to have a minimum order of 30 tickets. They are in the first three rows of section 113, which are some of the best seats in the house. Every ticket comes with a buffet voucher for a meal at the Heritage Club Buffet. The club, located on the second level of the ShoWare Center, is an exclusive location for people with tickets only, so you also get the place all to yourselves and other guests with the exclusive vouchers.
It is also a great way to get some visibility for your group, as your group’s name will be welcomed on the welcome board for other guests to view at the ShoWare Center. If you buy an extra 10 more tickets, you will also get a Birds hat for every person in your group. If you are the leader of your group, you will be able to get several other great perks. You will receive a gift card for $100 in the Hockey Store if you buy 50 tickets instead of 30. You will get two free tickets to another game. You also get $10 worth of free Chuck a Pucks.
Speaking of 2 for Tuesdays, if you buy Ice Box tickets for 2 for Tuesday games, you also get a price break at $27 per ticket with the same benefits, save for the hats and gift card. To get these seats, you do have to either call the T-Birds Account Executive or email the desk. You can click here to access the phone number and make your reservations.
Have you ever sat in the Ice Box seats or purchased a meal at the Heritage Club buffet? How was the food and how were the seats? Tell us about it in the comments.
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