Deals: Free Dallas Stars Tickets for Kids Under 12

posted by on 2013.01.14, under Around Town: Dallas, What to do today!
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Good news hockey fans! Kids 12 and under get free tickets to Dallas Star’s games through the end of February. Even if you have no idea what in the world a faceoff is – this is a great way to get up and out of the house as a family. Remember to wear your green and gold

Check out the press release below for all of the details.
DALLAS STARS AND 7-ELEVEN ANNOUNCE ‘KIDS FREE’ TICKET PROGRAM
FRISCO, Texas - The Dallas Stars have teamed up with 7-Eleven to create the “Kids Free” Ticket Promotion, a new program for Stars home games allowing children ages 12 and younger to receive free tickets with the purchase of a full price ticket. The offer is an online promotion allowing easy access to “Kids Free” tickets with no processing fees.

“We wanted to do something special in this shortened season to provide an opportunity for families to see the Dallas Stars live and in person,” Stars owner Tom Gaglardi said. “Our organization is committed to growing the game of hockey in North Texas and providing the best fan experience in professional sports.  We hope this program is a great way to kick start the season.”

Full price tickets purchased in qualifying sections of the American Airlines Center for any January or February home game will be eligible for the “Kids Free” Ticket Offer. Fans can visit DallasStars.com and click the “Kids Free” Ticket Offer logo on the front page of the website to purchase tickets.

7-Eleven, Inc. President and CEO Joe DePinto said, “7-Eleven employees and franchises in North Texas strongly support the Dallas Stars Kids Free program because it provides the opportunity for a child to experience the fun and excitement of Stars hockey in person, and will ignite their passion for hockey and our home team Dallas Stars.”

The 2013 Dallas Stars regular-season schedule is expected to be released Saturday, January 12 following ratification of the new Collective Bargaining Agreement by the NHLPA.

 Individual game tickets are expected to go on sale Sunday, January 13 at 10 a.m.

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