Cavaliers 2009-10 Season Ticket Campaign Takes Flight with "Early Bird" Special
CLEVELAND, OH - January 29th, 2009 - The annual sighting of the Early Bird signals that the Cavaliers season ticket campaign is taking flight. Beginning Monday, February 2nd, the Early Bird Special gives fans the first chance to lock in 2009-10 season tickets and 2009 Playoff Priority. The special is packed with benefits and incentives, plus the opportunity to secure the best seat locations (including a limited amount of lower level, Club Seat and VIP Club locations still remaining) at Quicken Loans Arena for next season. Also on Monday, the Cavaliers will host a Select-a-Seat open house at The Q from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. to give fans the chance to get a firsthand look at available seat locations.
With the Cavaliers 2008-09 season already in the record books for the best home start in franchise history (currently the only undefeated team at home) - and averaging 20,460 in attendance (capacity 20,562) with 18 sellouts (out of 21 home games) to date, demand for tickets is at an all time high. The Early Bird Program allows fans the chance to lock in 2009-10 season tickets now.
The Early Bird Special offers these immediate benefits:
Also, as a special incentive, accounts that pay in full will receive a free autographed Cavaliers Daniel “Boobie” Gibson jersey.
In addition, all the exclusive MVP benefits reserved for Cavs season ticket holders include:
To become a Cavs 2009-10 Early Bird Season Ticket Holder a $500 initial payment per seat (all sales and payments are final with no refunds or exchanges) is required. To purchase tickets and for more information, call 1-800-820-CAVS.