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Admiral Playoff Tickets on Sale Now

April 15, 2014 - American Hockey League (AHL) - Milwaukee Admirals News Release

Milwaukee, WI - Milwaukee Admirals President Jon Greenberg announced today that tickets for the team's first two playoff games are now on sale and the individual ticket prices will be lower in the first round than during the regular season. The dates, times, and opponent for the games will be determined this Sunday following the conclusion of the American Hockey League regular season.

The Ads continue their tradition of lowering the ticket prices for the first round. This season all ticket prices are slashed by $5 or $6 per ticket so seats in the Stern and Bow will be just $13, seats in the Mid-Deck are just $15, Shipmates row will cost $18, and the Admirals Quarters, which includes all the seats in the front row, will be only $20. In addition, all kids 14 and under are only $11 regardless of where they sit. Because of the already steep discounts there will be no separate group or kids pricing in the first round.

Fans can order tickets by calling the Admirals office at (414) 227-0550 or by logging onto

The Admirals also offer playoff packages which include the same seat to each of the Admirals 15 potential post-season home games. Packages are $239 per seat for tickets in the Stern & Bow, $279 for seats in the Mid-Deck, and $306 for seats in the Shipmates Row.

However, if fans pay for half of their 2014-15 season tickets prior to April 19 then and purchase the playoff package they will get the first round for free. Thus the pricing becomes $200 per seat for tickets in the Stern & Bow, $234 for seats in the Mid-Deck, and $252 for seats in the Shipmates Row.

Should the Admirals fail to play fewer than 15 games fans can have the money applied to their season ticket balance for the 2014-15 season or have it refunded.

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