Discussion in 'Western Europe' started by jumptheshark, Nov 18, 2019.
Just announced a Canada v team GB friendly for may 5th. I am amused by the ticket prices
Personally I think the Czech Republic should host it more often.
2015 was a great tournament. Maybe I think that way because Canada sent a juggernaut borderline Olympic best on best A level team, but I genuinely thought the Czechs did a great job hosting it.
Only a couple of hundred tickets left looking at the website. I reckon they'll try and sort out some temporary seating at the stage end to sell another couple of hundred.
It's a bit steep price wise but when are we going to get an opportunity to see a team Canada full of NHLers (even if it's a poor selection) in the UK?
I'd like to think the NHL would notice a friendly against canada selling 7000+ in 24 hours and consider a Global series game, but realistically there's easier opportunities out there in Europe.
Talked to someone in nottingham and he figures 50% of the tickets will end up on the secondary market
I'm sure they'll be some, but 50% seems a bit OTT. I'd doubt there'd be half as many, but we'll see if there's many gaps in the crowd.
Oilers v sharks in cologne germany ended up being 45% of its were flipped on secondary markets
There is a reason why at the worlds there are so many empty seats sometimes
How much are the tickets when you wrote the thread, out of interest?
the £29 price is misleading
£46 was/is the for the nose bleeds up till the 28th of feb 2020
£68.40 after 29/02/20
it has sold out- but on secondary sites I have seen tix going for up to £150
Those who bought tickets on secondary sites are taking a bath
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