Tuesday is Open House Day at T-Mobile for all Vegas Golden Knights fans!

Sin City’s brand new NHL team team is rolling out the red carpet for season ticket holders, potential ticket buyers and anyone just curious to learn more about the organization.

VGK will host a 24-hour open house at T-Mobile Arena next Tuesday Feb. 21 so fans tour the arena.

“This open house will give all Las Vegans the opportunity to tour our incredible arena and will give our current season ticket members a chance to see their actual seats for the first time since our name unveil,” Golden Knights President Kerry Bubolz said.

Why stay open 24 hours? The organization understands that Las Vegas is a 24-hour town and it’s residents are working at all hours.

“It is only appropriate we hold a 24-hour event of our own, especially for our fans who may work in the three-shift hospitality industry,” Bubolz said in a statement.

You want tickets? They’re giving them away every single hour from 8 a.m. on Tuesday until 8 a.m. on Wednesday morning.

Mini-packs of 11 and 22 games will be available for sale. Single-season tickets are expected to go on sale in July.

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