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Senators Offer Season Ticket Holders Additional Tickets, But…

An email was sent out the Ottawa season ticket holders..

from James Gordon of Senators Extra,

Beginning with this Sunday’s pre-sale, you can secure tickets for Montreal and Toronto games at prices less than the normal single game prices. Montreal and Toronto are priced at 15% less than single game prices but there is a limited supply so please purchase early to take advantage of this exclusive Sens Insider offer. The only restriction with this offer is that we are asking you to ensure that the tickets are used by Senators fans and not re-sold to the general public. Any seats being re-sold will be subject to cancellation and loss of privileges with respect to future ticket pre-sales.

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SYF's avatar

WE JUST HAD A FUCHING LOCKOUT.

Posted by SYF from Alana Blanchard's Bikinis and Surfboards on 02/13/13 at 03:20 PM ET

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I applaud the attempt to clamp down on scalping. I’m not sure how they’d differentiate a fan from a member of the general public. Perhaps it’s because I’m not fluent in Canadian English and something got lost in translation.

Posted by redxblack from Akron Ohio on 02/13/13 at 03:23 PM ET

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Posted by redxblack from Akron Ohio on 02/13/13 at 03:23 PM ET

They’re not trying to clamp down on scalping. They’re trying to clamp down on the number of Leafs fans who get tickets to this game.

Posted by J.J. from Kansas on 02/13/13 at 03:43 PM ET

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exactly.  They don’t want what happened in Columbus vs. the Pens.  Half the crowd were Pens and they were beating the shit out of the Jackets that night.  Insult to injury a Pens fan won the raffle to ride the Zamboni during intermission.  Think there was some big promo going on that night as well, it was a train wreck.  Was shameful to watch on TV, intolerable in person.  The bitch was that probably half the fans were in season ticket holders seats as well.

Posted by HockeytownOverhaul on 02/13/13 at 04:23 PM ET

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I’m not sure how they’d differentiate a fan from a member of the general public.

Probably from the wearing of a different team’s jersey, cheering for the away team and mocking the Sens.  These are only guesses though…

Posted by Garth on 02/13/13 at 05:05 PM ET

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You know, if they want the fans to treat their ticket purchases as something other than a strictly business arrangement, maybe they should treat their franchise as something other than a strictly business relationship.

We learned it from watching you, owners.

Posted by Stevis on 02/13/13 at 05:44 PM ET

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Posted by Stevis on 02/13/13 at 05:44 PM ET

Cant argue with this.

Posted by HockeytownOverhaul on 02/13/13 at 06:10 PM ET

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I don’t mind the intent, just doubt it will actually make any difference.

Posted by timbits on 02/13/13 at 11:10 PM ET

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