2012-13 CBA Discussion Thread *NHL/NHLPA Please do Something!!*
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11-14-2012, 07:54 AM
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I don't know what the numbers are, but I'm curious what the ticket prices were pre-post each lockout, league-wide. Maybe I'll google it.
I remember reading that it was cheaper to fly to Tampa and watch a Lightning game, than go to a Leafs game, which is pretty astounding.
I wonder how much the non-hockey-markets struggle for gate receipts and have to lower prices, add a bunch of incentives like free parking or free games in order to sell tickets...and how they are impacted when there's a work stoppage.
I imagine this is a relatively small percentage of overall league revenues so it's probably not that much of an impact.
It is most likely Cheaper to still fly to tampa and see a game. You can fly down there usually for about 80 bucks. Then get good seats for 10 Bucks.
I never been to a leaf game so i am not sure what there seats cost. However i assume there are at least 125 for a decent non nosebleed
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