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News » Thunder offers 10-game packs 2009-09-05

Thunder offers 10-game packs 2009-09-05

Thunder offers 10-game packs  2009-09-05The Oklahoma City Thunder is now selling four different 10-game packages, with some tickets available in most price ranges.

Each package has its perks:

→Weekend Pack features 10 weekend games, including the Boston Celtics' and Orlando Magic's only visits to OKC.

→Pioneer Pack is stuffed with NBA All-Stars, including LeBron James and Chris Paul.

→Big Blue Pack includes the Oct. 28 season opener and the Los Angeles Lakers, New Orleans Hornets, San Antonio Spurs, Denver Nuggets and Dallas Mavericks.

→Business Pack features the Lakers, Nuggets, Phoenix Suns and Chicago Bulls.

Only one home game is not included in any of the four packages - the Nov. 15 game against the Los Angeles Clippers, when former OU star Blake Griffin makes his only Ford Center appearance.

Individual game tickets for the first half of the season will be put on sale late this month. Full and half-season tickets can be purchased at or by calling (405) 208-HOOP.



Sun. Nov. 8, Orlando

Fri. Nov. 27, Milwaukee

Fri. Dec. 4, Boston

Sat. Dec. 26, Charlotte

Sat. Jan. 9, Indiana

Sun. Jan. 31, Golden St.

Sun. Feb. 28, Toronto

Sun. Mar. 14, Utah

Sun. Mar. 28, Portland

Sun. Apr. 4, Minnesota

→For fans that face a long drive to the Ford Center, all 10 games will be played on Friday, Saturday or Sunday, including the Celtics' only appearance, Dwight Howard's only appearance, and home games against Western Conference powers Utah and Portland.


Wed. Oct. 28, Sacramento

Tue. Nov. 3, LA Lakers

Fri. Dec. 18, Detroit

Wed. Jan. 6, New Orleans

Fri. Jan. 29, Denver

Tue. Feb. 16, Dallas

Fri. Feb. 26, Minnesota

Fri. Mar. 12, New Jersey

Mon. Mar. 22, San Antonio

Wed. Mar. 24, Houston

→This package features several high-profile teams like the Lakers, Nuggets, Hornets, Spurs, Mavericks, Pistons and Rockets. You also get to attend the Oct. 28 season opener against Sacramento.


Sun. Nov. 1, Portland

Fri. Nov. 20, Washington

Sun. Dec. 13, Cleveland

Wed. Dec. 16, Dallas

Thur. Dec. 31, Utah

Wed. Jan. 13, San Antonio

Sat. Jan. 16, Miami

Wed. Mar. 10, New Orleans

Fri. April 9, Phoenix

Wed. Apr. 14, Memphis

→This package could be renamed the star package - LeBron James (Cleveland), Dwyane Wade (Miami), Chris Paul (New Orleans), Dirk Nowitzki (Dallas), Tim Duncan (San Antonio), Steve Nash (Phoenix) and Brandon Roy (Portland). A bonus is the New Year's Eve game with Utah.


Sun. Nov. 29, Houston

Wed. Dec. 2, Philadelphia

Mon. Dec. 7, Golden St.

Mon. Jan. 11, New York

Wed. Jan. 27, Chicago

Tue. Feb. 2, Atlanta

Tue. Feb. 23, Phoenix

Tue. Mar. 2, Sacramento

Fri. Mar. 26, LA Lakers

Wed. Apr. 7, Denver

→If you don't want to commit to weekend games, this package features primarily mid-week games, highlighted by Kobe Bryant (Lakers), Carmelo Anthony (Denver), Steve Nash (Phoenix) and Derrick Rose (Chicago).

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Added: September 5, 2009


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