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03-21-2011, 08:10 PM
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Is $72.50 a good deal for lowerbowl seat?

Is $72.50 a good deal for lowerbowl seat? Row 12 Sec 109 Canucks attack twice

Here is the view

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J8eRv...el_video_title

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Yes. Sell me the ticket.

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Very good. Any time I go looking for tickets its usually $110 plus just to get a sniff of the lower bowl, and those get snatched up within hours.

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The only downfall around that area is the edge of the netting where it meets the glass can sometimes obstruct your view as you look down the ice.... however, for that price... great price to buy a ticket at

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i had similar seats but it was against chicago. pretty good view.

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No, it's a horrible deal but I'm a nice guy so I'll buy it off you.

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The last game I went to was $95 for upper bowl corner. So yes.

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pretty bad deal, but since I'm nice I will volunteer to buy them off you

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A crappy deal, if your a good negotiator, you can get em for $45 bucks each.





















If your not a good negotiator take the deal.

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$100 bucks is standard for a ticket and anyone should be able to find em for that via craigslist/scalper.

Sometimes those tickets will have an original price of $80, sometimes, $120. Least that's my experience in the regular seasons. (I go to a lot of games)

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03-21-2011, 10:36 PM
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Is this in the non-alcoholic zone?

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03-22-2011, 12:19 AM
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You can buy half price singles on game day. Usually its not too hard to find singles together on any weekday, just walk up to the ticket booth and ask.

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03-22-2011, 12:37 PM
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You can buy half price singles on game day. Usually its not too hard to find singles together on any weekday, just walk up to the ticket booth and ask.
Only applies to non-premium games.

Last seat in the house discount is Only $5 for weekend/premium/playoff games

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03-22-2011, 12:39 PM
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It is.. for a single.. though I don't know why you would goto a game by yourself.

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It is.. for a single.. though I don't know why you would goto a game by yourself.
and you call yourself a hockey fan? in the playoffs against detroit that one year (2002?), me and a friend had tickets on opposite sides of the stadium, and drove from prince george too.we both would cheers across the rink when we would score and randomly see each other with **** eating grins on our faces during the game.

alone shmalone, IT IS HOCKEY!!!!

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Go to Glendale to watch a Phoenix Coyotes game and that would probably get you an entire luxury box, full with catering and your own butler.

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Relatively, no.

from a human perspective, yes, 72 bucks to watch a hockey game is ********.

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Go to Glendale to watch a Phoenix Coyotes game and that would probably get you an entire luxury box, full with catering and your own butler.
...and an inquiry from Gary Bettman as to whether you'd be interested in buying some municipal bonds.

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Go to Glendale to watch a Phoenix Coyotes game and that would probably get you an entire luxury box, full with catering and your own butler.
I always think that the "Pauser" is really Jeff Patterson................just cuz of his name

amirite?

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