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Red Wings release playoff ticket information

According to the detroit NEws’s Ted Kulfan, the Red Wings’ playoff ticket prices involve a bump-up on the back end and upper-bowl tickets, but when they go on sale this Saturday, March 26th, seats closest to the ice will cost about the same as they do now:

The Red Wings playoff tickets for first three home games of the first round will go on sale at noon Saturday.

Prices will range from $50-$120 per ticket, similar to last season’s price range. Fans will be able to purchase up to four tickets per game for each of the team’s first three opening round home games.

Tickets are available at Joe Louis Arena Box Office, as well as all TicketMaster locations, including The Hockeytown Café in Detroit and Hockeytown Authentics in Troy. Tickets also can be obtained by logging on to detroitredwings.com, or by calling (800) 745-3000.

Here’s the Wings’ press release regarding playoff tickets:

Detroit, MI… The 11-time Stanley Cup Champion Detroit Red Wings are on the verge of clinching their 20th consecutive playoff berth, providing Hockeytown with yet another exciting NHL post-season in the process. In anticipation of Detroit’s highly-impressive streak continuing unabated, tickets to the first three home games of the Red Wings’ 2011 Stanley Cup Playoff run will go on sale to the general public this coming Saturday, March 26, beginning at 12:00 noon.

Red Wings fans will be able to purchase up to four (4) tickets per game for each of the team’s first three opening round home games versus a to-be-determined opponent at the Joe Louis Arena Box Office as well as all TicketMaster locations, including The Hockeytown Café in Detroit and Hockeytown Authentics in Troy.  Tickets can also be obtained by logging on to DetroitRedWings.com, or by calling 800-745-3000. 

PLAYOFF TICKET PLANS ON SALE NOW

Red Wings fans can save over the box office prices by purchasing a full Playoff Ticket Plan that ensures the same seat for every possible post-season game at Joe Louis Arena.  To qualify for this offer, fans need only to place a low down payment on 2011-12 season tickets.  In addition to the savings, the Playoff Ticket Plan offers the ‘Pay-as-the-Wings-Play’ payment option, which eliminates the need to pay for the entire post-season up front. Fans electing to take advantage of this exciting offer are charged only for games that are guaranteed to be played throughout the duration of Detroit’s impending championship quest on a round-by-round/game-by-game basis.

Information on Playoff Ticket Plans can be obtained by calling the Red Wings’ Ticket Sales & Service Department at 313-396-7575.

For the record, DetroitRedWings.com’s George Stephens states that Hockeytown Authentics is offering $25 off a purchase of $75 or more when somebody purchases playoff tickets between 12 and 4 PM EDT on Saturday.

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Alzy's avatar

120 bucks for a front row, on the glass playoff ticket?

Jesus we really do get robbed here eh. The Oilers/Wings game I went to earlier were 290 dollars per, and that wasn’t even right on the centre line.

Posted by Alzy from Cambridge, Ontario, Canada on 03/24/11 at 03:27 PM ET

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