Discussion in 'Tampa Bay Lightning' started by The Underboss, Jun 14, 2016.
I bet they do not want to have one
empty seat next to 2 sold seats.
That is indeed the reason. If there's a group of seats together, they do not want a single left behind. Is very annoying when I'm trying to get a seat for a game that's not in my Half Season plan because I am usually solo for games.
We aren't really thrilled with the games offered in our mini plan. Selling these games in 302 row H for $90 per pair.
ALL SOLD. Thank you everyone.
Looking for 2 tix against the Leafs on 10/9. Would prefer hard tickets as a memento.
PM me with thoughts and prices
They got rid of hard tickets a few years ago.
Funny how the wings games are now as desirable as the canes
Will be vacationing in Clearwater in early Feb. and looking for two lower bowl tickets to game against Blues on Thurs Feb 7.
Stupid question: how much are tickets to a Stanley Cup Final? Hypothetical game 7? I'd imagine the cheap seats would be at least 1000 bucks.
Hey, guys. I'll be honest, I'm a Wings fan from Alabama. I'll be in Tampa for work on Feb 9, and am looking to go to the Lighting/Pens game that night. Unfortunately, I'm not seeing any tickets for less than $100. If I could find a ticket for less than $80, I'll even buy a Lightning shirt since I definitely won't be cheering for Pitt.
So I guess I have 2 questions:
1. Is anyone willing to sell a ticket for less than or equal to $80?
2. What's the likelihood that I could find a ticket outside the arena before the game?
Thanks for the help.
I actually have one available for less than that. I'm a Half Season STM so my price per seat is definitely less than $80. PM me for more info.
I have 3 seats available for the Bolts/Penguins game this Saturday, February 9. Section 302, row T. PM me if you’re interested ⚡️
Hey everyone I am looking at coming down to Tampa for games 1 and 2 of the Stanley cup playoffs. I have a couple questions.
1. Will I have to buy re sale tickets? or can I get at box office?
2. How much should I expect to pay for lower bowl 10 or so rows up in Tampa shoots twice end? How much for something higher in the second bowl but still decent?
Any other advice?
Thanks everyone. Estimates are perfectly fine.
Sorry for the delay in responding, but my Section 330 seat was about $150.00 (normally a $50 seat) for Round 3. So the SCF would have most likely been more like $200 or $250 per game. But that's for a half season ticket member so I do get a discount on my seat. Section 330 isn't bad at all as I'm on the side only one section over from center ice and my row is not far up so I have an excellent view.
Game 7? Probably about $500 via resale.
I answered your questions via Conversation.
Basically, y'all want to purchase your tickets via ticketmaster/tampabaylightning.com if you want to get good actual seats. Though the ticketmaster fees are getting ridiculous.
Updating this because I just got my 2019 Playoff tickets invoice.
As a Half-Season STM, I will be paying the following for my seat in Section 330 about a third of the way up.
Round 1 - $60 per game
Round 2 - $81 per game
Round 3 - $110 per game
Round 4 - $175 per game
This is with a STM discount so add more for non-STM and double the cost for lower bowl seats for the early rounds. SCF (if we make it that far) would probably triple the prices listed.
Won't be much selection available from the box office for playoff games unless you are looking for a single seat or reeeeeeally high up ones. Resale will not be cheap, but is probably your best bet to get confirmed tickets.
To get an idea of what the view is from any seat/section, check out the virtual arena app below. Just remember that the prices they list are a few years old and for regular games, not playoff games.
Tampa Bay Lightning Virtual Venue™ by IOMEDIA
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