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New York Islanders Sell Out First Seven Home Games

The New York Islanders announced on Wednesday afternoon that the first seven games with fans returning to Nassau Coliseum have sold out.

Season ticket members who missed out on the opportunity to purchase tickets through April 9th will receive priority access for the next wave of ticket sales set to be made available later this month.

Non-season ticket holders can click here to put themselves on a pre-sale list for access to tickets that may be released as future games approach. 

In order to prepare for a game day experience at the Nassau Coliseum, click here to review the protocols to attend prior to entering the Coliseum.

You can also inquire about season tickets for the future home of the Islanders at the UBS Arena, which provides guaranteed access this season to games at the Coliseum by calling 888-NY-ISLES.

The Nassau Coliseum is set to open for 1,000 frontline workers on Thursday, March 11th, when the Islanders take on the New Jersey Devils for the first time in front of fans at home. This will be the first home game with fans in attendance since March 7th, 2020.

“For us to have our fans back in the building, it’s big for us,” defenseman Ryan Pulock said. “We like to feed off that momentum… I’m sure they’ll be there ready to bring the noise. We’ll look forward to that.”

It’s a welcomed last hoorah for the Nassau Coliseum, as the Islanders are set to move into their new home, the UBS Arena at Belmont, for the 2021-22 season.

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