In an effort to sell more tickets for their next home game Thursday at Canisius College, the Buffalo Stampede are rolling out an irresistible price tag on tickets.
Stampede owner Vincent Lesh reports that thanks to sponsor Joe Galvin from Home Restoration Painting, tickets for Thursday’s 7:30pm game against defending league champion Rochester will cost just two dollars for general admission seating instead of the regular seven.
According to Lesh, for every ticket sold Galvin will pay the difference to the team.
The Stampede have found winning to be difficult in their second season in the PBL. The team is just 3-12 on the season and coming off one of the most lopsided games over the weekend in league history.
Last Saturday the club gave up a league season-high 164 points in a 68 point loss to the Lawton-Fort Sill Calvary. It wasn’t a good start for new coach, longtime high school coach Romeo McKinney. The Stampede also lost to Puerto Rico 111-85 on Friday night at home.
Having said that, two bucks is a steal for any basketball fan to watch talented players take the floor from both teams. While the Stampede roster seems to change with every game, Frank Turner, who just finished up his career with Canisius College, is currently on the roster.
Turner’s averaged 18 points and five assists in two games since joining the team.
Rochester is an extremely talented team and sport an 11-3 record this season. They won the PBL championship last year.
You can get tickets at the door or by calling the Stampede box office at 716-603-9749.