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12-13-2012, 07:14 PM
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Originally Posted by Jossipov View Post
Sometimes, for example a big mac is typically more expensive in the airport.....but I dont see what that has to do with anything, since I dont think the NHL sets ticket prices. I'm not sure what team you are buying tickets for, but the reason the prices are what they are has little to do with the ticket prices somewhere else
But but people dont go to airports for mcdinks. Is the NHL a mom and pop restaurant where they start small in a mall with low prices, slowly building with better food more clients and then able to build a locale and charge accordingly? Or is the NHL like an arbys or harveys where they build right near existing food giants and wonder why they struggle?

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