Ticket Info NA LCS 2017 Summer Finals

The North American Summer Split Finals 2017 will be held at Boston’s TD Garden, the arena home to the Boston Celtics and Boston Bruins. Depending on the event, TD Garden can hold up to 19,000 people which is amazing. The culmination of summer part of the season will be held on September 2-3 2017, and Riot Games already released information about tickets. If you want to visit Boston and attend these exciting finals, then you should get your tickets as soon as possible. Find out more where and when you can buy them further in the article or for more information about the event visit our LCS 2017 Summer Playoffs overview.

Schedule Menu NA LCS 2017 Summer Playoffs:
2017 LCS Summer Playoffs > NA Quarter-Finals > NA Semi-Finals > NA Finals

League of Legends Icon Who’s playing?

Top four teams from Summer Playoffs will participate in finals. After the conclusion of Spring Split, here is the table of teams in the Summer Playoffs and their CS points:

Teams will have a lot to play for. These are the stakes:

  • 1st place – Will represent NA at LoL Worlds 2017
  • 2nd place – 90 Championship Points
  • 3rd place – 70 Championship Points
  • 4th place – 40 Championship Points

League of Legends Icon When will tickets go on sale?

Riot Games released an announcement wherein they confirmed that tickets for NA LCS Summer Finals will go on sale on June 27 at 12:00 PM ET. Unsurprisingly, tickets will be available exclusively through Ticketmaster and the prices are:

  • P1 (floor seats) – $85
  • P2 (lower bowl on long sides of arena) – $65
  • P3 (lower bowl on short sides of arena) – $50
  • P4 (upper bowl) – $35

Due to high demand, it is expected that tickets for this event will sell out quite fast. Therefore, to secure your pass to the finals, you should act fast and pre-register to buy your tickets early. Riot Games will have a limited presale of floor seats and 2-day bundles starting from June 26 at 12:00 PM ET to June 27 at 10: AM ET.

League of Legends Icon Benefits of presale

Pre-registering to get the tickets early is not Riot Games’ trick to get more people to make a purchase. You can save some money, which is the most important thing. For example, limited quantities of 2-day bundles will be available at a 25% discount while you can get single day seats with 10% off. However, you also have limited time to act fast because per-registration period ends on June 25 at 1:00 AM ET. Those who fail to register will have to wait for “regular” ticket sale and will not be able to buy their tickets for a lower price.

League of Legends Icon Where and how to pre-register?

Ticketmaster has the Ticketmaster Verified Fan feature which makes it easier to score their tickets to different events. In order to pre-register, you can click here. Then, Ticketmaster will distribute unique codes using a random lottery. If inventory is limited, not all verified fans will receive this code via text.

If you do get a code, make sure you use it. If you forget or miss the presale, you will not be able to use that code again to get a lower price for summer finals. Codes are only valid during presale period and not after.

League of Legends Icon What if bundles and floor seats sell out during presale?

Don’t worry, that will not happen. Riot Games will release the only limited amount of both bundles and floor seats for presale. That way, there will be a lot of tickets for regular sale as well.

League of Legends Icon How many seats I can buy?

The limit per purchase is 6 tickets. Since floor seats are limited which is why only 2 seats per transaction are allowed.

Bottom line

Riot Games released ticket info for the upcoming Summer Finals, but due to high interest and demand, you should definitely use the presale option. If you don’t get a code or aren’t interested in presale, then you can always wait for general ticket sale. Thanks to different prices, you can secure your seat at this exciting event regardless of the budget.

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About the Author: Aman El TawilAmna El Tawil is a news reporter and a technology blogger. For the past five years, she has worked for major publications and TV networks in the Middle East, covering one of region’s hotspots. When Amna is not chasing after the truth amidst gas canisters, she can be found cheering her favorite football team on, or unwinding with some online gaming.