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12-05-2005, 10:38 AM
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Ranger Tickets ?

Question for you guys, looking to buy Ranger Tickets in January for the Flyers.
Are Sec 300 seats any good in MSG, if not, where are some good sites where I could upgrade or what is the best route to take aquire some decent, reasonably prices tickets. Any info would be appreciated.

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http://www.hfboards.com/showthread.php?t=169425

Good place to start your search.

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http://www.hfboards.com/showthread.php?t=169425

Good place to start your search.

Thanks, Are the 300 sec seats any good ?

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Question for you guys, looking to buy Ranger Tickets in January for the Flyers.
Are Sec 300 seats any good in MSG, if not, where are some good sites where I could upgrade or what is the best route to take aquire some decent, reasonably prices tickets. Any info would be appreciated.

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I dont think the 300's are THAT horrible, if you like seeing the whole ice.., especially if you get them in the center ice area... but finding those is about impossible unless you want to pay big for them... (StubHub.com, etc.) I dont have season tickets but usually go to about 5-10 games a year and they are rarely out of the 300's, and im fine with that. i sat in the very last row of a 300 section in the corner and still had a decent view.

I actually have tickets for that game in January against the Flyers in the 400's - but they are in the first row. Ill take those seats in a heartbeat if they are in the first row.. Even though they are way up, your hanging over a bit and its not that bad, no one in front of you, etc... Good luck finding them, but please, dont wear a flyers jersey.

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Thanks, Are the 300 sec seats any good ?

http://newyorkrangers.com/tickets/order.asp

go to "seating chart" that should help too.

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only seats that aren't good are 400s in my opinion. your fine with 300s.

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300s are pretty good. In hockey i think its all about *where* you are. Center Ice is good no matter where. Also directly behind the goals in the 300s or high 200s (above the glass) are nice also.

For watching the 'whole game', you cant beat center ice 200s. Best value in MSG IMO. 100s or lower can be nice, but if you are actually into watching the game and not talking about which Manhattan corp is a 900 pound gorilla, 100s or lower can be the worst seats in the building. 400s are not my cup of tea, but many many long time NYR fans swear by them.

AFAIK tho, corner 200s or 300s are best available for most games from ticketmaster.

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only seats that aren't good are 400s in my opinion. your fine with 300s.
sorry, i wouldnt give up my 400s behind the goal for anything other then purple

300s are good at certain areas, i like them at center ice and behind the goal

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The best part about the garden is that any seats are good. I went with my dad to see Rangers vs. Isles on October 27th ( and going to see Rangers vs. Lighting on the 22nd of this month, cant wait ) in section 307. The seats arent that bad and are a decent price. If you sit in the 400's level, the crowd is really fun up there.

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good point, been to both the meadowlands and coliseum, there is even an entire section where the fishsticks play that has no sightline due to poor planning when placing luxory boxes.. anyway, no doubt anywhere in the garden you can watch the game with comfort

and yeah that is why i would never give up my seats unless its for purple, the atmosphere up there is way better then down there and i think the seats behind the goal are great

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good point, been to both the meadowlands and coliseum, there is even an entire section where the fishsticks play that has no sightline due to poor planning when placing luxory boxes.. anyway, no doubt anywhere in the garden you can watch the game with comfort
Actually the Meadowlands is pretty good IMO. I have never been to the Mausoleum though...

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Actually the Meadowlands is pretty good IMO. I have never been to the Mausoleum though...
Meadowlands is one of the best arenas for sightlines. Easily.

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Meadowlands is one of the best arenas for sightlines. Easily.

sure is. No matter where you sit, there most likely wont be a head in front of you to block your view!

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only seats that aren't good are 400s in my opinion. your fine with 300s.
400s, where the real fans are, is where i prefer to sit.

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400's first row is a great seat for a good price.

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sure is. No matter where you sit, there most likely wont be a head in front of you to block your view!
HAHA Classic!

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