Warriors Season Ticket Priority Wait List Surpasses 2,000 Members
Club Capped Season Ticket Sales For 2013-14 After Establishing Franchise Record Base Of 14,500;
Fans Can Sign Up For Priority Wait List By Visiting Warriors.com Or Calling 1-888-GSW-HOOP

The Golden State Warriors Season Ticket Priority Wait List has eclipsed 2,000 members, it was announced today. With demand for Warriors tickets at an all-time high and in an effort to ensure fans have an opportunity to purchase individual game tickets, the Warriors capped season ticket sales for the 2013-14 campaign and launched a Season Ticket Priority Wait List on November 5. The Warriors have sold a franchise record 14,500 season tickets for the 2013-14 season.

Fans interested in Warriors season tickets are encouraged to join the Season Ticket Priority Wait List as soon as possible by visiting Warriors.com or calling 1-888-GSW-HOOP to reserve a spot. With a $100 non-refundable deposit, fans will have the opportunity to purchase season tickets, while initially receiving the following benefits:

  • Warriors Season Ticket Priority Wait List number
  • Exclusive presale opportunities for:
             - Warriors partial-season plans
             - Individual tickets for Warriors regular season games
             - Individual tickets for Warriors postseason games (when applicable)
  • Priority over the general public for the planned San Francisco arena

The Warriors expect their 60th consecutive sellout when they host the Los Angeles Clippers tonight, the longest streak for the club since the 1995-96 season. The team also registered the second highest single-game attendance average in franchise history last season and ranks fifth overall in the NBA in attendance this season (19,596).

Limited single-game tickets and mini-plans for the 2013-14 Season are still available. Fans are encouraged to buy early and save. For more information visit Warriors.com or call 1-888-GSW-HOOP.

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