The excitement is building for the 2017 Playoffs and so is the demand for Oilers Playoff tickets. To ensure you have the best experience possible, we have several tips and tricks for Oilers Playoff tickets.
If you already have Playoff seats:
- Secure your Playoff Digital Cards in a safe place until the commencement of the 2017 Playoffs
- Don’t post pictures of your barcodes – either on your Digital Cards, print-at-home or mobile tickets. Protect yourself and your tickets and always #CoverTheCode
- Print-at-home tickets will be enabled 48 hours prior to game time
If you are looking to sell Playoff tickets:
- Tickets may be posted for sale using your Oilers Account Manager and/or Ticketmaster account via NHL Ticket Exchange – Ticketmaster’s Verified Fan-to-Fan Resale, the only safe, secure and authorized site for the resale of Oilers tickets. Tickets that have been posted for resale will appear on the Oilers Ticketmaster.ca page, accessible through the Oilers website.
If you are looking to buy Playoff Tickets:
- Oilers Playoff tickets for Round 1 go on sale Monday, April 10 at 10:00 AM at EdmontonOilers.com
- Tickets are limited and are expected to move extremely fast
- Sign up for Last Minute Ticket Alerts to receive emails on just released Playoff tickets on game days
- Visit EdmontonOilers.com anytime to buy Verified Fan-to-Fan Resale tickets via NHL Ticket Exchange – the only safe, secure and authorized site for the resale of Oilers tickets
- Only buy tickets from trusted sources: EdmontonOilers.com, Ticketmaster and NHL Ticket Exchange
- There’s no easy way to spot fake hockey tickets. That’s why where you buy matters – it can make the difference between missing out and getting in.
- Avoid buying tickets from unofficial sites
- Ticket fraud is real, and there’s real risk whenever you buy from online auction sites, classified sites and other ticket resale sites that aren’t backed by Ticketmaster and the NHL.
- Never buy tickets from unofficial resellers on the street or near the venue
- There’s no way to know what you’re getting from unofficial resellers – you could end up with tickets that are fake or stolen.
- There is a 48 hour print rule in effect – if you are offered to buy printed tickets, they are most likely fake
- Buy tickets to “sold-out” games safely
- Be extra careful around the NHL Stanley Cup® Playoffs
PS – Don’t post pics of your tix online before the event happens. People can use pictures of your tickets to make fakes, so be careful when showing off about scoring great seats. #CoverTheCode