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First Round Home Playoff Online Average Ticket Prices

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Red Winger's avatar

You charge what a market can bear. Looks legit to me.

Posted by Red Winger from Sault Ste Marie on 04/13/11 at 07:09 PM ET

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Rangers’ look a little low. Then again, they own the TV station that broadcasts the games.

What would Leafs’ tickets be, I wonder? $1000/per with a $12,000 seat license + mandatory purchase of Raptors playoff tickets?

Posted by steviesteve on 04/13/11 at 07:26 PM ET

awould's avatar

For game 4 of Phoenix/Detroit, at Phoenix, I paid $171 total for 2 tickets on first level, barely in the corner (about even w/ the goalie) and 16 rows up. That price includes all ticketmaster and other surcharges and taxes.

Posted by awould on 04/13/11 at 07:39 PM ET

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