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by @DaveDavisHockey on 04/26/13 at 02:00 PM ET
In a letter mailed to season ticket holders, the Sabres announced that they'll be increasing season ticket pricing for next season.
From VP of Tickets and Service John Sinclair:
"Before next season, one necessary change we'll be making is increasing the average price of our tickets by roughly 4% across all ticket levels and seat locations. As part of the new Collective Bargaining Agreement with our players, all teams must produce revenue primarily through ticket sales, in order to keep the stability of the league and its franchises strong."
Sinclair also said the team expects the average season ticket price to remain ranked in the bottom five in the league, as has been the case for the past six seasons.
Season ticket holders will also be asked to pay reduced prices for three preseason games, and as a bonus they'll receive a Rochester Americans game -- to be played at First Niagara Center -- at no extra charge.
Tonight is this season's finale -- Fan Appreciation Night -- against the New York Islanders.
Price level -- 2013-14 Price per ticket (this season's price per ticket)
200 Club -- $103 (99)
200 Ends -- $86 (83)
100 Pref. Rinkside -- $93 (89)
100 II Rinkside -- $75 (72)
100 III Rinkside -- $63 (61)
100 Preferred - $77 (74)
100 Level II - $62 (60)
100 Level III - $48 (46)
100 Level IV - $42 (40)
300 Level I - $45 (43)
300 Level II - $33 (32)
300 Level III - $26 (25)
300 Level IV - $26 (25)
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Dave Davis has covered the Buffalo Sabres for various NHL accredited websites and newspapers since 2003. He was the senior writer and Sabres correspondent for The Fourth Period, covered hockey for Western New York Sports and Leisure Magazine, and has had articles featured on NHL.com, FOX Sports, Yahoo Sports and in New York Sportscene. Sabres news and notes can be found on his Twitter page.
Davis originally garnered media attention in 2002 as leader of a lobbying campaign working in unison with potential buyer Mark Hamister attempting to secure state financing to keep the Sabres in Buffalo. In 2004, Davis was briefly back on the airwaves - this time reaching the finals of the inaugural "WGR Rookie" sports talk competition. After a few years of "syndicating" his articles on various sites, along with doing some internet radio work, Davis now devotes his new media efforts to bringing quality Sabres related opinions and content to Kukla's Korner.
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