Since I saw people talking about this on another thread, figured I'd put this up.
Right now, I have two tickets to each of the visits by Simon Gagne and the Tampa Bay Lightning, and my work schedule has me in the office those nights.
My seats are in Section 208, Row 4, which is behind the visitor's goal (the end the Flyers shoot at twice). They are $126 face value for the pair for a game, but I'll take $110 total for the pair to either game. That's cost, PayPal fees and postage, and it saves you about $40 per game for comparable seats from the box office after S&H. Both of these games are also listed as dollar dog nights.
I've got some other games available, but no set list as of yet. Feel free to PM if you are looking for the Lightning visits or other specific games.
Anyone with season tickets for anywhere in section 105-109? Preferably pretty low. Im having a hard time getting ahold of the guy i bought from last year. Those were row 3 section 105.Looking for similar.
I have a single ticket available in Section 208 Row 8 for the 10/16 game vs the Pens. Face value is $63, I'm looking for $45. I'm also interested in trading the ticket, so if you have a partial plan like myself and can't make a game we could arrainge for a straight swap.
I've only used the fixed price because it didn't seem like the site had the traffic necessary for auctions. After last season, my thinking has changed. But I have not yet used the auctions.
The first 3 games of the regular season that I posted I made as an auction, but I set it to end the week before the game in case it doesn't work, I still have another week to still sell them. One of them is the Penguins game, so I'm hoping that turns up something nice.
OK, I've finally got a list of some available games in the first half of the season. My seats are in Section 208, Row 4 (the end where the Flyers shoot twice). All are just $55 per ticket, or $110 for the pair. Face value for the tickets is $63 each.
Also, I may have more games down the road, so feel free to PM me about these or others.
Monday, Nov. 1 vs. Hurricanes
Saturday, Nov. 13 vs. Panthers
Thursday, Nov. 18 vs. Lightning (Simon Gagne's last visit of season and $1 hot dogs)
Monday, Nov. 22 vs. Canadiens ($1 pretzels)
Wednesday, Dec. 8 vs. Sharks (Nitty's visit, or Niemi? Bernie Parent banner giveaway)
Monday, Dec. 20 vs. Panthers
Thursday, Jan. 20 vs. Senators
Tuesday, Jan. 25 vs. Canadiens
Pretty weird, isn't it? I hope they keep the Flyers logo-shaped pretzels around. My kids loved them during the playoffs.
They are nice, but the greatest concession item in the WF Center is the Polish Water Ice. Getting one of them is a highlight of any visit to Philly for me. And $4 for a big cup is quite the bargain (In fact, it's the same price as you'll pay for one in Ocean City).
've got 4 tickets in Sec 209, Row 11 Seats 12-15. Tickets are $54 each
Here is the weeeknd plan schedule:
Saturday October 16 vs. Pittsburgh --------sold---------
Saturday November 13 vs. Florida
Saturday December 4 vs. New Jersey
Saturday Jan 22nd vs. New Jersey
Saturday Feb 5 vs Dallas
Sunday Feb 13 vs. Los Angeles ---------2 of 4 available ---------
Saturday Mar 5 vs Buffalo
Saturday Mar 12 vs Atlanta
Sunday Mar 27 vs. Boston -----------2 of 4 available -----------
Sat April 9 vs. NY Islanders.
If you're interested, let me know and we can make arrangments!
The auction I had for next Saturday's game failed. Wasn't too confident with it anyways.
Blame the Phillies. It was easier to sell early-season tickets a couple of years ago when the Phillies' season ended on Oct. 2. And the Flyers really seem to be struggling with selling lower level seats. I haven't seen a lot of club box ads yet because there are so many LL commercials.
The good news is that it is the Penguins. If there's ever a game to be "stuck" with, that's it.
As for me ...
Last call for me on these seats. They are $126 face value for the pair in Section 208. I'll take $110 for either game below.