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BeBen* 04-10-2013 07:29 PM

2013 Playoffs tickets shipped?
 
Friend of mine saw this on Facebook, wondering if tickets shipped already for STH? would be weird since we didn't mathematically clinch

http://i.imgur.com/Ea9wOhD.jpg

Is there any date set for the sale of gen pop tickets?

WakeUpNHL 04-10-2013 08:08 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BeBen (Post 63709885)
Friend of mine saw this on Facebook, wondering if tickets shipped already for STH? would be weird since we didn't mathematically clinch

http://i.imgur.com/Ea9wOhD.jpg

Is there any date set for the sale of gen pop tickets?

Those are part of the tickets package received by season ticket holders at the start of the season. The playoff tickets only become active after you pay for the playoffs package of which was the invoice was mailed out two weeks ago and is due April 12th!

BeBen* 04-10-2013 08:30 PM

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Originally Posted by WakeUpNHL (Post 63713675)
Those are part of the tickets package received by season ticket holders at the start of the season. The playoff tickets only become active after you pay for the playoffs package of which was the invoice was mailed out two weeks ago and is due April 12th!

Wow great clarification, thanks

Coldplay 04-10-2013 09:32 PM

I hate you season ticket holders.

CrazyShea 04-10-2013 10:00 PM

How hard is it going to be to get 2 tickets to two playoff games at the bell centre?

BeBen* 04-10-2013 10:06 PM

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Originally Posted by CrazyShea (Post 63726995)
How hard is it going to be to get 2 tickets to two playoff games at the bell centre?

Probably incredibly hard, especially for side by side seats

Bud2790 04-10-2013 10:07 PM

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Originally Posted by CrazyShea (Post 63726995)
How hard is it going to be to get 2 tickets to two playoff games at the bell centre?

Depends if you're talking about 2 games in the same round, or 2 different rounds. I'm not sure how the Habs will procede this season, but past years IIRC, you were only allowed to buy tickets for one game per round (up to 4 tix).

Even if they allow you to buy tickets for multiple games in a round, the chances of you logging on, buying a pair of tickets and then going back into the waiting room and getting a shot at buying another pair before they're all sold out would be very slim.

Penalty Kill Icing* 04-10-2013 10:26 PM

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Originally Posted by CrazyShea (Post 63726995)
How hard is it going to be to get 2 tickets to two playoff games at the bell centre?

I came here for this question. I might've got this wrong but this is what happened:

I was a very casual hockey fan in 2010 (started following after Feb 2010) and was rooting for Habs in those playoffs (yes those forgettable days :naughty:). I say this because when Habs were releasing the tickets for conference finals (I think it was 11 am on one fine day), I was able to get to the checkout page for a pair of tickets for $37.50 each.

I come here to ask if that is possible 3 years removed, or have they changed the way things go. I'm not expecting the same price range, but am questioning if they release tickets on ticketmaster?

I haven't attended NHL playoff game and would love to attend a playoff hockey game at probably the best building in the NHL. And going by things, it might also be the most historic rivalry of NHL. Just wanted to know how things work these days.

coolasprICE 04-12-2013 09:38 AM

so any estimates on when tickets go on sale to the public?

Pierre Dagenais 04-12-2013 09:56 AM

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Originally Posted by coolasprICE (Post 63812109)
so any estimates on when tickets go on sale to the public?

If I knew.. I wouldn't tell anyone

Alexdaman 04-13-2013 12:34 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Penalty Kill Icing (Post 63729007)
I came here for this question. I might've got this wrong but this is what happened:

I was a very casual hockey fan in 2010 (started following after Feb 2010) and was rooting for Habs in those playoffs (yes those forgettable days :naughty:). I say this because when Habs were releasing the tickets for conference finals (I think it was 11 am on one fine day), I was able to get to the checkout page for a pair of tickets for $37.50 each.

I come here to ask if that is possible 3 years removed, or have they changed the way things go. I'm not expecting the same price range, but am questioning if they release tickets on ticketmaster?

I haven't attended NHL playoff game and would love to attend a playoff hockey game at probably the best building in the NHL. And going by things, it might also be the most historic rivalry of NHL. Just wanted to know how things work these days.

The Cheapest ticket you can buy right now is 43$ and that's for a wheelchair ticket. I expect the prices to be at least as high as optimum games, meaning the cheapest available ticket will be a minimum of 64$.


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