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07-15-2006, 09:39 PM
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Info for tickets! Quick answer olease!

I bought tickets for the Bell Centre and i want to know if the double letters tickets come first or not.

Example: cc before the m row in red section?

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it would have been easier to ask when you bought the tickets

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I'm from out of town (Near Windsor, Ontario) and really want to come up there for a game. I know tickets are probably very hard to come by, how much would it realistically cost for 4 decent tickets for a game? I don't need seats up on the glass but I wouldn't want the last row either.

Anyone have any tickets that they can't use? lol


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I'm from out of town (Near Windsor, Ontario) and really want to come up there for a game. I know tickets are probably very hard to come by, how much would it realistically cost for 4 decent tickets for a game? I don't need seats up on the glass but I wouldn't want the last row either.

Anyone have any tickets that they can't use? lol

well, tickets aren't on sale yet.

if you sit in the last row, you still see VERY well. For tickets low down, though.. your best bet would be getting them from a scalper before the game.

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IMO, most center ice tix in the upper bowl are better than reds behind the net or in the corners.

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I'm from out of town (Near Windsor, Ontario) and really want to come up there for a game. I know tickets are probably very hard to come by, how much would it realistically cost for 4 decent tickets for a game? I don't need seats up on the glass but I wouldn't want the last row either.

Anyone have any tickets that they can't use? lol

Internet is great, you really have no need to be in Montreal to get first chance at tickets

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I'm from out of town (Near Windsor, Ontario) and really want to come up there for a game. I know tickets are probably very hard to come by, how much would it realistically cost for 4 decent tickets for a game? I don't need seats up on the glass but I wouldn't want the last row either.

Anyone have any tickets that they can't use? lol

Firstly, tickets are not hard to come by. Seriously, I don't know why Habs fans keep saying that. Maybe it raises their self-esteem or something to say that, but it's simply not true. Playoff tickets were still selling on gameday last year. This is not Madonna or U2, it's Radek Bonk and Garth Murray. Anyway, when they go on sale, if you go to www.admission.com, which is the official distributer of Habs tickets, you'll have no trouble getting what you want.

Secondly, the best value is the Molson Ex Zone and the Family zone, which are right at the top, at both ends of the ice. It's basically 30$ and you see very well. The sections that are right at the top but on the sides of the ice (blue, grey and white section) are 60$, but you're not any closer to the ice and you just paid double. I don't find any value in these seats. The good seats are in the red section, in the lower bowl, and you can expect to pay 80-100$ for those tickets. anyway, good luck

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If you really want to see a Habs game, they play in Detroit this season. Also, Buffalo tickets are VERY easy to come by, and much cheaper than in Montreal for good tix. Anyway those are options if you don't have your heart set on the Bell Centre.

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Thanks for all the info!

You can bet your *** I'll be at the game in Detroit (Jan 22)! Those tickets are very hard to come by! I may be heading to Montreal this winter and I just didnt want to have to re-mortgage my house to see a game!

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I dont know why but some scalpers have tickets on ebay as we speak. dont know if its worth it though.

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IMO, most center ice tix in the upper bowl are better than reds behind the net or in the corners.
Right on! I usually buy tix in 401 or 419... great view from there!

By the way, anybody knows when the partial plans will be on sale? are they usually released before individual tickets?

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