— Phoenix-based Arizona United is launching its first season ticket allotment with a new season ticket package starting Monday.
The first season of the new package comes with three games a year, which is expected to increase demand and bring in $100,000 for the team this season.
“This is an opportunity for our fans to be part of a major investment for a brand new stadium,” said Mike O’Connell, executive vice president of corporate and community engagement at Arizona United.
The new season tickets will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis, with the first 50 fans in line to get their tickets beginning Monday at 10 a.m.
The first 50 tickets will go to the first 100 fans who purchase the first season.
Fans can also reserve their seats for a limited number of matches each season.
A second season ticket will start at $100 per ticket.
The team will also offer an option for fans to purchase their seats on the spot for a discounted price.
Phoenix is the first team in the nation to offer a season ticket plan with a total price of $100 for the first two games.
The Phoenix Sun, which has not released its plans, previously announced a $50 season ticket deal in 2015.
“We are excited to have this opportunity to help fans and our local community enjoy a brand-new stadium,” O’Connor said.
The team said that season ticket holders will also receive priority seating at home games, which will include the first 30 fans who make it to the team’s Gate 8.
Fans will also be able to watch games on their iPads and smartphones.
The tickets will cost $50 per ticket for one year.
Fans can sign up for the new season of season tickets on the team website and the team will start the process for new season-ticket holders on Monday.