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Philadelphia Fusion Offers Ticket Package, Hosts Meet and Greet

The Philadelphia Fusion and the Philadelphia Flyers have a package deal that allows fans to meet the team before the Brotherly Love homestand on February 15 and 16.

A ticket costs $50 and fees bring the total to $54.59 per seat. It includes a nosebleed seat for the February 10 Flyers game versus the Florida Panthers and entrance to one Battle of Brotherly Love homestand match. There is no indication as to what section fans will be seated for the Fusion match.

Meet the Fusion Before their Season Starts

Also included in the ticket price is a meet and greet with the players. TGH reached out to Fusion staff about what players would be attending the event. Fusion Marketing Manager Steve Luongo said, “We anticipate the entire team participating barring any last minute cancellations”.

This event is the first opportunity fans have to meet new additions to the team. Players have been in the city for a few weeks to begin practicing for the 2020 season, but have made few public appearances.

This package is a great deal for fans who were not able to purchase a loot box upgrade. The cost for the upgrade is an additional $75 per ticket. While the loot box upgrade includes a meet and greet, it also includes extra perks such as one “mystery item” signed by a Fusion player, a Fusion swag bag and a chance to win additional front row seats.

Meet and Greet Held at Wells Fargo Localhost

The meet and greet will be held at the Localhost Wells Fargo Center, a public esports space on the 11th Street side of the stadium, outside section 116 on the Main Concourse. Fans can also enjoy a free gaming session during the game.

Fans can buy tickets on the Fusion website. The event runs from 6:00-7:00 P.M. ahead of the Flyers game.


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