Seattle Storm gather over 700 new 2022 season ticket down payment on first day of sales

Storm raises period ticket base to prepare for return "home" to Climate Promise ArenaSEATTLE-- Just 24-hour after making 2022 Seattle Storm period tickets offered to the public, over 700 brand-new, full-season ticket subscription down payments have been obtained for the Gabby Williams Jersey Storm's go back to downtown Seattle and Environment Pledge Field, the group revealed Tornado started signing up brand-new Tornado 360 Members at Noon on Monday, including in its existing period ticket holder database-- which is already larger than 2018, the last season at KeyArena."Our brand-new Storm 360 members are excited to see the group back in Seattle and in our brand-new field, as confirmed by this superb beginning to the season ticket campaign, " stated Kyle Seas, Storm Sr. Vice President of Ticket Business Solutions. "Storm fans can capitalize on a large range of period ticket alternatives at Environment Pledge Field consisting of seat locations beginning as reduced as $475 for the full season."Tornado 360 Memberships offer followers reserved seats for all 19 home video games, playoff concern, the ideal seats at the most affordable prices, and a flexible ticket exchange program. Flexible layaway plan are likewise readily available. Additionally, Tornado 360 Participants-- both existing and new-- will have the possibility to pick their seat areas at the state-of-the-art Champions Facility located on the Seattle Facility university beginning in Tornado makes its go back to midtown Seattle after playing "home" video games in Everett, at the University of Washington, and in Florida over the last 3 periods while Climate Promise Arena undertook building. The last game played in the previous KeyArena was Seattle's 75-73 win over the Washington Mystics in Game 2 of the WNBA Finals on September 9, 2018. Seattle would win Video game 3 in Washington to complete the move and make its 3rd WNBA Championship. The Tornado included its 4th title in 2020 while playing in the WNBA "bubble" in Bradenton, taped 15 winning periods at KeyArena in between 2000-2018 and is 209-110 at the location overall-- the second-best home winning percent in league history. Considering that the beginning of the 2018 period, the Storm holds the most effective total routine season document in the organization at 83-39, making the playoffs all four period and winning a pair of WNBA titles.

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