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Hornets single game presale

As a recipient of FOX 8 e-blasts, you have the opportunity to purchase Hornets single game tickets before they go on sale to the general public! Join in the excitement and catch the best games of the first half of the Hornets 2012-13 season including Opening Week, as some of the NBA's top talent comes to the Hive!

This season, only the first half of the season will initially go on sale beginning with the preseason game vs. the Bobcats on 10/9 through the Trail Blazers game on 2/13. The remainder of the season will be released later in December, which you will again be afforded a presale opportunity on at a later date.

Your exclusive Hornets presale for home games 10/9 - 2/13 starts at 3PM and runs through 11:59PM tonight!


To access your presale & purchase single game tickets, use the link and password below:

LINK: http://www.ticketmaster.com/venueartist/221337/805910?CAMEFROM=NOHPRESALE_091912_WVUE&brand=hornets
PASSWORD: WVUE

Presale is online only and subject to availability. Limit of eight (8) tickets per game

Helpful hints for purchasing tickets through Ticketmaster:

After selecting the number of tickets, choose "Any Price" and select "100 Level" or "300 Level" under Section.

If you specify a price level and your search returns no results, try again and select "Any Price".

Keep trying! When a customer is viewing specific seats online, only that customer can see those seats. If they decide not to purchase, the seats automatically become available to other customers.

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