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Go Metro and Get Half-price Tickets to April 4 and 7 L.A. Clippers Games During NBA Green Week


Tuesday March 30, 2010

Go Metro to celebrate NBA Green Week with Clippers games at STAPLES Center April 4 and 7 and receive a "green bag” of special prizes along with 50 percent off game tickets. You will also save money on parking by taking the Metro Blue Line to Pico Station, just a short walk from STAPLES Center.

Show your valid Metro pass, Metro Rail ticket or Destination Discounts card at the STAPLES Box Office to receive the discount and a coupon to redeem your bag. Coupons are redeemable only at the STAPLES Center Box Office, 1111 S Figueroa St, Los Angeles 90015, while supplies last.

Qualifying games include the Clippers vs. the New York Knicks at 6:30 p.m. Sunday, April 4, and the Clippers vs. the Portland Trail Blazers at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 7. Discounts are available only while supplies last.

Applicable price levels for April 4 include Loge Baseline – $26; 200 level – $20; Upper Center – $12.50 and Upper Corner – $9. For the April 7 game they include Loge Baseline – $31.50; 200 level – $25; Upper Center – $17.50 and Upper Corner – $11.

To receive the 50 percent discount on tickets, buy them at the STAPLES Center box office or order them online at, using the promotional code TRANSIT.

For travel directions go to the Metro Trip Planner at or call 1-800-COMMUTE.

Go Metro to save, enjoy breathtaking NBA action and contribute to a greener world.