NHL fans in the United States have been waiting for the NHL to begin allowing them to purchase season tickets for the 2017-18 season.
For now, the league is still looking for a way to get tickets on the secondary market, which means they need to be bought online or at a participating retailer.
The NHL has announced that it will start selling tickets online in the coming weeks.
The league is also considering allowing fans to purchase tickets directly through its ticket marketplace.
There are also reports that the league might add online tickets for a limited time to its 2017-19 home opener against the Philadelphia Flyers.
Tickets for that game are currently sold out online.
The season opener will be on April 7, 2019, the last day for which fans can purchase season-ticket packages.
The tickets go on sale to the general public on Monday, April 12, 2019.
If you are a fan in the U.S., you should know that you can still buy season tickets to the game at the NHL Ticket Office, located at 719 West Broadway, Suite 100, New York, NY 10024, or by calling 1-800-NOEL-LIVE.
The NFL, meanwhile, has also said that it is working on a new way to purchase Season Ticket Packs for the 2019 season.
Fans can now purchase Season Tickets through Ticketmaster.com or the league’s online ticket marketplace, ticketmaster.nfl.com.
The 2018-19 season has been scheduled to start on March 15.
Ticketmaster is currently the only online ticket reseller in the league.
Season Ticket Members can purchase tickets online for $99.99 and can also purchase tickets for an additional fee through the League Store, which can be found at www.nhl.com/store.
The cost of a season ticket is $1,299.99, which is the price for a standard home season ticket.
The price includes game tickets, parking passes, an optional pregame meal and merchandise.
To get started, you need to register at www,nhlstore.com, enter your email address and then click on “Sign Up.”
You can also get your password reset online.
After you get your ticket, you can log into your account at the Ticketmaster website or via the League Ticket Exchange at www1.nhc.com and log in to the ticket marketplace using your email.
You can choose to renew your season tickets, if you have already bought them or if you want to get rid of your unused tickets.
For more information on the 2018-2019 season, see the NHL website.
Fans in Canada have been able to purchase their tickets through Ticketfly and will have to buy tickets through the secondary marketplace, where they can purchase online or by phone at 1-855-855.
Fans outside of the U, S., Canada, Mexico, Brazil and Argentina can purchase their season tickets through their favorite secondary ticket broker, StubHub.
The number of available seats in each team’s home arena is limited, and teams typically sell more seats to accommodate fans during their home games than they do during away games.
For a breakdown of the available seats for each team, see this MLS Insider article.