How much to see a CHL game in your town/city ?

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  1. The_Wiz

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    I just called to get tickets to go see Sidney Crosby play vs. the Halifax Mooseheads at the Halifax Metro Centre.

    For an adult, tickets are $13.50 each.

    How much to see a CHL game where you live ?
     
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    Makes me want to move in with family in canada :D. I wish the vipers of the IHL were still around, whenever you went to a game you had a good time, and nice prices. Oh well, guess I'll just have to do my Canadian Junior league trip I've been thinking about.
     
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    Shawinigan :
    12.00 for an adult
    and 8.00 for a student
     
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    Not the CHL, but it'll make you appreciate what you've got. For the Texas Tornado of the NAHL, there are a limited number of seats for $10 high behind the net. Other seats behind the net are $19. Between the bluelines, $29. On the glass, $39. All this for a tier-two junior team in Texas. But get this -- of the 3,600 seats in the new arena, word is they've sold 3,000 season tickets! I'd love to see the renewal rates at for these bargains!
     
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    Moncton Wildcat games (in case anyone cares):

    adults $12.00
    students $9.00
    under 12 $8.00
     
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    Kitchener Rangers:

    Adult: $13.50
    Student/Senior: $10.75
    Child: $8.50

    You can take a family of four and still be able to afford popcorn!
     
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    I pay $15.00 to see the Vancouver Giants
     
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    $9.50 for my friends and I to catch a Mooseheads game and about $306 for a season ticket.
     
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    CharlieGirl Thank you Mr. Snider

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    ...... you forgot to mention that it's a GREAT facility!
     
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    In Lewiston it is 10 for students, and I believe 13 for adults
     
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    $13.00 for Adults
    $12.00 for Seniors
    $11.00 for Students
    $9.00 for children

    I believe thats the prices here in Cape Breton if you boght tickets as a "walk up". Season ticket prices are a couple bucks cheaper per game($9.85 per game for my "student" season tickets)
     
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    I thought that would be a given. The Metro Centre is a fantastic building and the atmosphere there is unlike any other arena I've come across.
     
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    In Québec :
    12.00$ for an adult
    8.00$ for a student
    6.00$ for a child

    I am not 100% sure about those numbers though.
     
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    Well, I was quite off the track :

    Adult student/senior child
    12,00 $
    10,00 $ 6,00 $ 6,00 $ 4,00 $
     
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    12 for adult
    10 for student/senior
     
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    Adult - $14.00
    Student/Senior - $11.00
    Child - $7.00

    Thats from the Saskatoon Blades website although for some reason my ticket for the season opener was $11.50. :dunno:
     
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    $15.35 in Calgary, $14 in Kelowna (or $18 for the best seats.)

    Another question: how much is parking in the arena lot? Calgary is $7, Kelowna $5.
     
  19. You guys have to pay for parking??? Good god.


    Prince George Cougars:

    Adults: $15.00
    Students/Seniors: $11.00
    Children (under 12): $9.50
     
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    There's free parking within walking distance in Kelowna, I was just curious about how much people were paying to park at their arenas. I've only been to one game at the Saddledome, but parking offsite there doesn't look too practical.
     
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    Prime lower bowl= $18
    lower bowl corner= $16
    upper bowl (sides and lows)= #14
    upper bowl (upper end)= $14
    upper bowl (upper corners)= $8

    and parking ranges from free at a meter if you can find it to $15 right next to the arena

    everett silvertips (and I hear it's a really nice arena, I'll find out next week when I go see my T-birds play there)

    Rinkside= $20
    lower bowl= $15
    upper bowl (lows)= $13
    upper bowl= $11
    upper corners= $9

    don't know much about parking...but it's not free unless you are a season ticket holder
     
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    In London, our arena is downtown, so it isn't the team thats scamming us, its the private lot owners/the city. The Arena is on many bus routes though.

    Adults $ 13.50
    Students and Seniors $ 12.00
    Children $ 11.00
     
  24. Avery4Byng*

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    As Lard Lad said it is $14 for adults in Kelowna or $12 for students.

    Penticton Panthers Junior A team is $10 a game... or for all 30 home games season tickets are $150. Not a bad little deal for the season tickets, too bad they only get about 600 to a game. I would rather pay the extra 2 bucks save the 40 minute drive and see some WHL hockey myself. Although I do go to about 15 games a year down there.
     
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    It's $14.45 for my 1st row centre-ice seats in Mississauga. I hope Schremp soldiers it out and plays for the 'Dogs this season. We have a wicked young goalie now and a stronger team than the one that made the playoffs last season.
     
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