SAN JOSE, Calif. – In a sports and entertainment era where ticket prices continue to rise, the San Jose Earthquakes are disrupting the status quo with a new option for fans to attend all home matches during the 2019 season at an affordable price.
Designed for the devoted fan that wants to be a part of the Earthquakes matchday experience all season long, the Quakes’ new Terrace Pass grants access to each of the 20 home matches in 2019 for just $250. The pass is offered on a standing-room-only basis for all 19 matches at Avaya Stadium, providing an alternative for fans who want to support the team from either the TCL 4K Bar or Supporters’ Terrace.
In addition to the 16 MLS games and three bonus games at Avaya Stadium, the Terrace Pass includes a ticket in either the north or south supporters’ section for the California Clasico at Stanford Stadium. The annual rivalry match against the LA Galaxy has drawn more than 50,000 fans every year since its inception in 2012.
“The Quakes want Avaya Stadium to be a fortress next year,” said Earthquakes Chief Operating Officer Jared Shawlee. “We feel this innovative ticket offering allows all fans to be a part of the 2019 season, while also rewarding fans who plan to personally attend every match.”
The Terrace Pass includes some of the same great benefits as a traditional season pass, including discounts on merchandise and parking, inclusion to presales, invitation to select season pass holder events, and more.
However, the benefits are limited in comparison to existing plans. The pass is completely digital and provides access to tickets the day of each match that are not printable, transferable or available for resale. It also does not come with a dedicated Fan Relations Specialist or access to future Devotion Day events.
A limited amount of Terrace Passes are available on a first come, first served basis and are expected to sell out. For more information or to reserve your pass today, please click here.