Many of our fans ask similar questions or have the same concerns about ticketing, parking, seating and accessibility. Below we’ve tried to address many of these frequently asked questions. If you have additional questions or comments, please feel free to call the 66ers front office at 918-585-8444.

  • Who owns the Tulsa 66ers?

  • The very same ownership as the Oklahoma City Thunder is the same group of investors for the Tulsa 66ers, led by Chairman Clay I. Bennett. The Thunder work with the 66ers on a day-to-day basis with everything from basketball operations and player personnel, to marketing and sales.

    Q: How long is the D-League season?
    The NBA D-League season consists of a 50 game schedule, from late November to early April. The playoffs then begin shortly after the regular season. Each team plays 24 home games, and the majority of home games are played on weekend dates. The NBA D-League season is showcased during the season at two big events, NBA All-Star Weekend the D-Leaguers play their very own All-Star game and also compete in a dunk contest, and three-point shootout. The other event is called the D-League Showcase, where every team in the league plays two games over four days in one D-League city in order for NBA GM's, scouts and player personnel directors can see every player in one setting.

  • What is the relationship between the 66ers and their arena?

  • The 66ers have a great relationship with the SpiritBank Event Center and are the primary tenant. There is no ownership stake in the arena from the 66ers.

  • What can I do if my tickets are lost or stolen?

  • We are able to provide a replacement ticket to the season ticket holder of record, or to an account share partner who has been designated to receive that benefit by the season ticket holder. Please call your 66ers front office for assistance in re-printing your tickets. In the case of stolen tickets, it is highly recommended that you file a police report with the police agency where your tickets were stolen.

  • How can I purchase additional season tickets?

  • You may purchase additional season tickets by calling the 66ers front office at 918-585-8444 and speaking to a ticket representative.

  • How can I change the name on my season ticket account?

  • Season tickets under a family name or corporation can be transferred to another account holder. Please call the 66ers front office at 918-585-8444 to transfer seat holder names.

  • Why do I see different people in the seats next to me each game? I thought that they were held by season ticket holders.

  • The chances are the seats are held by season ticket holders. Many season tickets are held by companies who use the tickets for employee recognition, client entertainment or other business purposes. Many individual season ticket holders share their tickets with family, friends or co-workers.

  • Do the 66ers provide parking for fans?

  • The 66ers provide free parking for games to all season ticket holders (one per account). For other ticket holders, parking is plentiful in the surrounding downtown area and is a minimal charge on a per game basis.

  • What is the 66ers policy if I want to bring my child to a game?

  • If your child has not yet reached his or her third birthday, a specific ticket is not needed for him or her to access the arena. Your child can sit on your lap to watch the game, provided he or she does not interfere with other ticket holders’ enjoyment of the game. If your child has reached his or her third birthday, you must buy your child a ticket to access the arena.

  • How are contestants selected for on-court promotions?

  • Most contestants are selected by 66ers game night staff from people on the concourse within the first 45-60 minutes after doors open. Some are promotions by our sponsors through retail locations or radio stations.

  • What if I have other questions?

  • Call our 66ers front office at 918-585-8444 or stop by the Fan Information Table on the concourse of the arena during a game. We will try to answer any questions you may have.

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