The LA Kings Host Cross-Country Visitors the Tampa Bay Lightning
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The last date listed for Los Angeles Kings vs. Tampa Bay Lightning was Tuesday November 19, 2013 / 7:30pm.
Currently at STAPLES Center:
- Full Price:
- $38.00 - $142.50
- Our Price:
- $25.00 - $100.00
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Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from John S.Red Velvet
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I only give this event a poor review, as I had a bad experience w/the Kings and GoldStar.
Separately, I have a half season plan w/the Kings. This game was not on that list, so I bought the tix through GoldStar, took the train down to Staples and somewhere along the way misplaced my ticket that
I had downloaded from my email that Goldstar had forwarded to me.
Something like this happened to me before. I was able to go to the box and for a few bucks more, the box office reprinted my ticket.
I go to the Kings box office, told them my predicament. The rep refers me to a manager working that night. She went on to deny that GoldStar had done any business with the Kings that year and that if I had
issues, contact GoldStar. I was unable to reach anyone at Goldstar.
Fortunately, I recall the name Barry Rudin being on the copy that I downloaded.
I went across the street and asked if Barry's Rudin was indeed Barry's Tickets. The reps there quietly nodded. I told them my predicament. I was able to find the pdf on my smart phone, show them, which
the Kings wouldn't accept and Barry's was able to reprint my tickets up for me (all after missing the whole first period of the game, which was when the Kings did all their scoring).