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The vast majority of Alaskans who attend the July 9 Anchorage rally with former President Donald Trump will enter the Alaska Airlines Center for free, open seating.

Admission to the event is on a first-come, first-serve basis – even for those who have already RSVP’d online. The only way to guarantee admittance is to purchase tickets in advance. The cost for these reserved and guaranteed tickets starts at $50 for children under age 15, and $250 for those over age 15. Here’s the link.

Those who wish to attend for free will need to stand in line outside the Alaska Airlines Center (Alaska Airlines Center, 3550 Providence Drive). The line will form at 6 a.m. People will be let in at 11 a.m. when the entertainment begins. At 1 p.m., pre-programming speakers will deliver remarks, and Trump will take the stage at 4 p.m. when he is then expected to endorse U.S. Senate candidate Kelly Tshibaka, U.S. House candidate Sarah Palin and Gov. Mike Dunleavy.

The capacity of the Alaska Airlines Center is listed at 5,000.

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Trump’s Alaska rally is free on a first-come basis, unless you buy tix

Joel Davidson
Joel is Editor-in-Chief of the Alaska Watchman. Joel is an award winning journalist and has been reporting for over 24 years, He is a proud father of 8 children, and lives in Palmer, Alaska.


  • Neil DeWitt says:

    Again a larger area and cheeper ticket would get way more people and donations but… I hope I’m wrong. I’ll not be their because of a pre-planned vacation.

    • Trump Fan says:

      The event is totally FREE unless you want to purchase a ticket. Just show up very early, that’s all to guarantee you’ll get in. You have a blast, fun that is. I’ve been to several rallies in the lower 48.

      • Marissa says:

        I have gone to 5 rallies and never paid a dime. Got there early and had a blast with everyone around me, got to meet news people from Fox, got to be interviewed, danced and then got great locations. There has always been the VIP section, with donors, friends, volunteers, local government, so what?
        Trying to smear the rallies with “you have to buy tickets if you want to be close”… BS

  • Evan S Singh says:

    For $250, I’d attend.

  • Michael Alexander says:

    If you can’t attend the Trump Rally, come to the Palmer fairgrounds to protest the LGBTQ event being held there on the same day. Don’t bring your children. Be prepared to view indecent exposure and to sign complaints for such offenses.

  • Mike+Fink says:

    Can’t find any information about what what you get for buying “Expedited Entry”, or whether there is any reserved seating, or what is included with VIP reception. The link only provides a method to pay. I would consider paying for a reserved seat and guaranteed parking. No interest in standing in line from 6-11, to scramble for open seating for a show that starts at 1.

  • Jimbo says:

    I would also like to know what vip or expedited seating gets you. Can I show up at 3 and get my seat? Thanks

  • Barry Tompkins says:

    Trump said he’ll endorse anyone with a “pulse” who runs against Murkowski when she’s up for reelection in 2022.
    “Get any candidate ready, good or bad, I don’t care, I’m endorsing. If you have a pulse, I’m with you!”
    Kelly Tshibaka must be so proud of the endorsement.

  • Nori Pieknik says:

    I ordered 2 (free) tickets the first day they were available. Are they coming in the mail? I haven’t seen them yet.
    Thank You.

  • Jeanie says:

    I don’t think this site actually gives you tickets otherwise there would not be an other box for donations at the bottom.

  • Jes Sayin says:

    This all seems like a very well run event.

  • Jes Sayin says:

    For those of you that don’t know me, that may have been sarcasm.

  • Jolene says:

    So another words show up early and wait all day.

  • Teresa Duckworth says:

    Anybody get an email yet that has paid for expedited entry or any kind of instructions? I still haven’t. Don’t know if there will be separate line or parking?

  • jon says:

    The seats are beineg given away because the former guy isn’t pulling the crowds he used to. Don’t go and listen to his lies.

  • Evan S Singh says:

    Next week, It’ll be cool to hear Trump report on the 20,000 fans that packed into a 5000 seat arena.

  • Breezybest says:

    Jon….you know that’s not true. He’s ALWAYS given the seats away for free. He has THOUSANDS of people at every single rally. Record setting crowds that rival, and even top, popular rock bands.