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SEATTLE, Wash.—If you’ve dreamed about becoming a season-ticket holder for an NHL team is Seattle—that could soon be your reality.

Oak View Group and the City of Seattle announced the NHL on sale ticket deposit campaign will begin on March 1. Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan made the announcement Tuesday during her State of the City address.

Hockey fans can make a refundable deposit for season tickets beginning on March 1 at 10:00 a.m. online here.

The deposits run $500 per person for season tickets or $1,000 per person for club season tickets, which are center ice, lower-level. The full price for the full season has yet to be determined, and will likely be announced in early 2019.

We will learn more details about the campaign at a press conference on Wednesday, February 28 with OVG CEO Tim Leiweke and Jerry Bruckheimer.

The group submitted its expansion application with the National Hockey League last week.

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