This season, the Kings have some unique giveaways and promotions that take advantage of L.A.’s sporting history. Many of the best giveaway items are cross -promotions between the hockey team and another organization that calls Hollywood home.
Unfortunately, the Kings are mired in a rough patch of form. They’ve missed the playoffs in three of the past five seasons; last year, they came in last place in the weak Pacific Division. Some good names—ranging from Anze Kopitar and Ilya Kovalchuk to Jonathan Quick—are still on the roster, but they’ve aged out of their prime while still carrying a hefty cap hit.
As mentioned above, the Kings’ most unique giveaways are partnerships with the other Los Angeles teams. There’s a Kings/Chargers tailgate apron in October, a Kings and Reign umbrella in November, a Kings and Dodgers bobblehead in February, a Kings and Galaxy scarf in February, and a Lakers promotion at an undetermined date. There are also plenty of themed nights, so there’s something for a fan of any taste.
TicketIQ has Low Price Guarantees on all Los Angeles Kings tickets for all sold out games on the 2019-20 schedule, in addition to all NHL tickets. That means that if you find a secondary market ticket for less on a site like StubHub or Vivid Seats, we’ll give you 200% of the difference in ticket credit. TicketIQ customers save an average of 5%-20% compared to StubHub and Vivid Seats.
- October 15: Chargers Night, Kings/Chargers Tailgate Apron - Tickets starting at $40 🎟️
- October 17: Staples Center 20th Anniversary Celebration - Tickets starting at $36 🎟️
- October 30: Halloween - Tickets starting at $36 🎟️
- November 2: Dia De Los Muertos Night - Tickets starting at $69 🎟️
- November 12: Salute To Service Night - Tickets starting at $34 🎟️
- November 14: Ontario Reign Night, Kings/Reign Umbrella - Tickets starting at $45 🎟️
- November 16: Country Music Night, Bandana - Tickets starting at $78 🎟️
- November 23rd: Kids Day - Tickets starting at $51 🎟️
- November 25: Native American Heritage Night - Tickets starting at $42 🎟️
- November 30: Holiday Game - Tickets starting at $65 🎟️
- December 4: Holiday Game - Tickets starting at $48 🎟️
- December 10: Holiday Game - Tickets starting at $51 🎟️
- December 23: Holiday Game - Tickets starting at $65 🎟️
- December 31: Y2K Night - Tickets starting at $70 🎟️
- January 4: Star Wars Night, Kings & Star Wars Beanie - Tickets starting at $69 🎟️
- January 29: Chinese New Year Celebration - Tickets starting at $39 🎟️
- February 12: Dodgers Night, Kings & Dodgers Bobblehead - Tickets starting at $36 🎟️
- February 20: Galaxy Night, Kings & Galaxy Scarf - Tickets starting at $34 🎟️
- February 22: ‘90s Night, 90s Fanny Pack - Tickets starting at $65 🎟️
- February 29: Kids Day - Tickets starting at $51 🎟️
- March 7: Kids Day - Tickets starting at $51 🎟️
- March 14: Beach Night, Beach Towel - Tickets starting at $78 🎟️
- March 21: ‘80s Night, 80s Sunglasses - Tickets starting at $56 🎟️
- Date TBD: Lakers Night
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