Fresh off of clinching a spot to the NHL playoffs, the Vegas Golden Knights are continuing their unlikely run into the postseason. But that doesn’t mean it’s too late to catch one of the team’s final home games of the inaugural season. With three dates left at T-Mobile Arena for the regular schedule, you can try to score some of the remaining seats for the March 28, 30 and 31 games (tickets start at $160, $140 and $200, respectively) or you can test your luck for a chance to attend the latter two options for free.
On Wednesday, the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada is hosting a hockey “showdown” at its Bonneville Transit Center courtyard from 3 to 5 p.m. Participants can enter a raffle for a chance to win two tickets to one of the final two home games—the Golden Knights take on the St. Louis Blues on Friday and Saturday’s matchup is against the San Jose Sharks.
All are welcome to join in on the RTC’s hockey game, but fans must land two pucks within a designated area to be eligible for the final raffle. Shots are limited to two per person, so get your practice rounds in now.
The event will also highlight the Vegas Golden Knights Express, a shuttle service that alleviates riders from the madness of parking on the Strip during gameday. With tickets priced at $2 each way, the express services four pick-up and drop-off locations: J.W. Marriott in Summerlin, PT’s Ranch in Henderson, Centennial Hills Transit Center, and Born and Raised Las Vegas in the southwest. The transportation alternative arrives about two hours before the game and departs 20, 30 and 45 minutes post game.
Go Knights fans, go!
Are you ready? #RTCSNV is giving you a chance to #win some #free tickets to one of the last @GoldenKnights games this season! From 3-5 pm this Wednesday come to the Bonneville Transit Center to compete, all you have to do is land 2 pucks in the goal! #VegasBorn pic.twitter.com/te4gsjxbHg
— RTC Southern Nevada (@RTCSNV) March 26, 2018