A club spokesman said some seats will decrease by $5.50 to $12 and others will increase by as little as 50 cents to as much as $13 per game. The "blended" increase will be 9% for those who renew by the March 24 deadline and 11% for those who renew afterward or are new buyers.
[Unhappy fan:] "To me it's not a matter of not being able to afford the seats or being priced out. There has to be some correlation between performance and price and you can't have a season like we're having this season and then raise the price 23%."
The Ducks announced Tuesday they will not increase season-ticket prices for next season and that 40% of their season-ticket holders will get price reductions. The combined average reduction on season-ticket prices for 2012-13 will be 4.8%, with decreases ranging from 2% to 35%.
The Annual Fee for subsequent seasons shall be determined annually
by the Team and communicated to the Account Holder on or about February 15 for the subsequent season; provided
however that in no circumstance shall the average price per ticket per Home Game increase by more than 3.0% annually.
Hmmmmm it's after Feb 15, maybe I'll have to email my representative and find out about this.
Last edited by Mungman: 02-25-2012 at 11:14 AM.
I was under the impression that the first slot of 3-5 year commitments for Winnipeg season ticket holders has already been locked in price-wise....?
Originally Posted by SCP Guy
Nope they can raise the price 3% per season
That's right SCP, the prices are "locked" the team can raise prices by a maximum of 3% a year. It will be amusing to hear STHs kvetching about any increase in the paper because they didn't read their TPA.
I bought 10 games in the 400s from someone for this year and they were $39 each. Apparently next season it will either be $50 or $53.
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Last edited by Parker McDonald: 03-04-2012 at 07:22 PM.
The Devils just sent out invoices. My upper level (dark green) seats are staying the same for next season, although I have a grandfathered in price of only $24 per ticket per game because I've been a STH for a while.. I believe newer STH in the upper level will be paying $30, which remains the same.
Also looks like the balcony behind Marty may have gone up from $22 to $24 but I'll get confirmation on that.. I'll post other prices as they come
And they're charging more for end that Sharks attack twice.
Currently 13,950 (of 17,562) seats for STHs.
(Single game ticket prices to be announced after schedule is released.)
Originally Posted by nyrmetros
And the funny thing is, if that blog post is accurate, my seats upstairs at center ice will actually be cheaper than those deep inside one offensive zone (almost in the corner) - and mine are much better seats. Differentiating one set of end seats (shoots twice vs once) makes some sense, but graduating the seats along the sides makes little.