AUBURN HILLS, Mich. – The Detroit Pistons announced today that individual tickets for the 2013-14 regular season, starting at just $10 for designated games, will go on sale to the general public on Friday, September 13 at 10:00 a.m. at The Palace Box Office (248-377-0100), online at www.pistons.com and at all TicketMaster Outlets or by calling 800-745-3000.
The season begins at The Palace of Auburn Hills on Wednesday, October 30 with Opening Night versus the Washington Wizards at 7:30 p.m. followed by a match-ups with the Boston Celtics (November 3), Indiana Pacers (November 5) and Oklahoma City Thunder (November 8).
Fans purchasing tickets throughout the year can take advantage of “Pistons Power-Hour” located in the North Pavilion from 6-7 p.m. prior to each home game featuring food and beverage discounts, meet and greet opportunities with Pistons personalities and exclusive merchandise offers. Each game will also include a nightly Pistons 50-50 Payday raffle where fans can purchase tickets at the Come Together kiosk located in the North Pavilion for a chance to win a cash prize. Proceeds will benefit the Come Together Foundation in support of volunteerism, youth leadership and NBA Cares programming. Finally, all fans can pick up a free interactive Action Guide game program that will include a souvenir player poster each game, chances to win prizes each quarter and discounts on concessions and merchandise throughout the game.
The club will continue the popular “Pistons Concert Series” halftime shows that last year included performances from award-winning musicians Gladys Knight, Busta Rhymes, En Vogue and MC Hammer. Popular theme nights will return including “Friday Night Out,” where fans can kick-start the weekend with great entertainment and food and beverage, “Super Saturdays,” featuring experiences for the entire family and “Motor City Sundays,” where the team will showcase their new “Motor City” uniforms in a celebration of all things Detroit. Saturday and Sunday games will feature give-a-ways for the first 5,000 youngsters 14-and-under and each game. “Hometown Hero Mondays” will salute our local members of the military, veterans, first responders and community leaders, “Two-sdays” will once again provide fans special deals and extra value on concessions and merchandise while “Wired Wednesdays” will take fans behind the scenes with inside access to audio and video from players, coaches and entertainment teams.
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