##@#(@#@#)(#()@#(@* I found a pair for the avs game on 17th, purple, but the system crashed and i lost it, after 20mins of respamming it, i found 2 standing seats, which isn't that bad i guess considering how hard it is to find pairs together.
If anyone is interested I am selling an entire Maple Leafs season ticket package for below face value. Two seats in a great section.
Excellent view in the upper deck, section 318, row 10. The seats are in the corner, just behind the goal line, and have a great perspective of the entire rink. An excellent place to watch the play develop, on both sides of the ice, the seats are in the end where the Maple Leafs shoot twice.
Section 318 is also adjacent to the Ice Bar, the only bar on the upper deck that serves liquor, in addition to beer on tap, and has the bonus of washrooms and shorter lines than the regular beer concessions.
Getting to the seats is very easy. Section 318 is close to both stairs and escalators. Entrance from Union Station (north side) is the closest to the escalators that take you to our section, offering quick access from both public transit and downtown to the seats.
We hate to sell these off but are too busy to go to games or find someone who wants to go to each game individually.
The face value of these 45 Maple Leafs games (including preseason) is $9090 for both tickets. I am asking $7830.
Please email me at TICKETSSOLD@gmail.com if you are interested (anti-spam: remove what is indicated for my address). A Private Message here on hfboards will also be appropriate. I only have one pair of tickets, so supplies are very limited.
Edit to update: The tickets have been sold.
Last edited by VooX: 09-17-2011 at 05:42 PM.
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You would have been able to get them at a pretty good discount outside the ACC before puck drop.
I've thought about that but coming all the way from Nova Scoitia, I'd want the full experience. Does the price go down closer to warm up? I assume some of the scalpers are people on Stubhub selling Leafs/Habs for $800-$1,000 each in the lower bowl.
Well. I feel incredibly stupid. I got through on Ticketmaster this morning on my BLACKBERRY to check out tickets for the January 5th game against my Winnipeg Jets. I'd be coming in from Winnipeg for this over the winter holidays.
I got the checkout screen with two $46.00 tickets which were described as "obstructed view". Turned off by this, I went back and tried one price level up in the $56.00 range and got nothing at all after numerous attempts and then again at any price level.
To anyone who's sat up in the 300's with an "obstructed view", how bad is it really? I've only been to ACC for a Raptors game before.
I guess there's always Saturday morning at 10 am for one last try.