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  1. flooredaccord

    flooredaccord Registered User

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    What's the prices of your team?

    Providence cheap Tix are$30. Pretty much double what they used to be. I believe lower level is$42 now.

    I went the other night bc it was marvel night and figured a 3 year old would enjoy it. The only character we saw was Spiderman. .. On the ice... During the anthem and then nothing.
     
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    Chicago Wolves single-game tickets this season generally range from $12 to $39 per seat, with a few higher priced options per availability. They've also continued their "Fan 4 Packs" with tickets & concession vouchers for as low as $20 per seat, and a 10-Voucher Flex Pack offer (as low as $15.50 per ticket) which can be used in any combination for games throughout the regular season. They've added free parking on-site this season, sponsored by a local car dealer. The Wolves always offer a good game day lineup of activities, on ice & on the concourses.
     
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    You can get a ticket in Bing for $15 , some games its $10 deals. College nights they can get in for $5.00. I think the highest listed ticket price is $23 but there is always a deal.
     
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    No way would I pay $30 for minor professional sports unless it was championship game. Then again if your accustom to high cost of living in a place like Chicago thats probably a bargain. $20 to $25 tops is what I would be willing to spend.
     
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    For the Admirals seats on the boards are $37, the couple rows behind that are $32. Seats in the 200 and 300 level that extend from goal line to goal line are $27, seats that follow the corner of the rink in the 200 and 300 level are $21. Seats behind the net in the 300 level are $15. Tickets in the 400 level that spans the length of the rink are $21.

    There are a couple of premium areas, one between the benches that has 10 tickets and $250 in concession cards for $750 for a regular game and $1,000 for a premium game. There is also a club behind the north goal for 50-65 people that includes a buffet and 2 drink tickets. No pricing is given for this area.

    There are also a lot of ticket specials.

    Students get $9 tickets for Friday night games.

    There is a Pucks and Pints which gets you an Admirals ticket, an Admirals pint glass and a fill up at Buck Bradley's for $25.

    There is the 2 man advantage that gets you an Admirals ticket and a Brewers ticket to select games in 2019 for $22.

    There are Fair Deal Fridays which gets you a ticket in the cheapest sections and a ticket to the Wisconsin State Fair for $17.

    The H-D- Ticket Breakaway gets you a ticket in the cheapest section and a ticket to the Harley-Davidson Museum for $20.

    Then Winning Wednesday. If the Admirals win on Wednesday all fans get a free ticket to the next Wednesday home game.
     
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    AF24 has good info. However, my $21 STH seats are really $17. You can get a group rate (10 people or more) for $19 for those seats.

    Saturday games are a $1 up charge and concert games are an up charge of $5 over individual ticket prices, in this case, the $21 fee.
     
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    Barracuda ticket booklets (general admission) start at $100 for 10 tickets or ~$180 for 20. General admission (top rows on end) often around $10; some specials for $5. Also student rush rates IIRC.

    Free parking for 4+ in car.
     
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    That's a shame. You miss a lot of entertaining & competitive minor pro (and college) hockey with a limitation like that. But since I live in an NHL city, I'll admit my sense of "cheap seats" is inflated.
     
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    P-Bruins tickets are always Buy 1 Get 1 Free. Regular price 35 change plus fees comes to 46 I think. Which is about 23 dollars a ticket. You save 12 off a ticket basically each instead of using the 10 dollar off Sunday tickets.
     
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    Cost me over 90 bucks the other day for 3 seats
     
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    So are the good seats still sold for $40?

    Mind you, I'd seen the social media pictures to know that my visit last season would be walkup (and eventually a $10 seat). So the $40 makes me laugh a bit while also weighing the "I know soccer reserve teams operate more like the Sharks than like baseball" versus "will a North American owner tolerate doing business this way for long?"

    BTW... for good seats for the WHL in Portland, we're paying $35 a pop (more for rinkside). $17 minimum. Think I paid $31 for a "good seat" in Stockton two seasons ago.
     
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    There are always sales on Providence Bruins tickets - the type of sale varies, but usually it's either $5 off, $10 off, or buy 3-get 1 free. They've also got deals with a ticket, hot dog, and drink. $42 is -way- too much, especially considering that there are literally tickets for the Boston Bruins tonight going for $36 on StubHub. (Granted, it's the balcony, but still...) Never go directly to Ticketmaster - and probably don't go directly to the window, either. Go to the website and click on their links.

    The best deal for a medium-commitment and maximum-flexibility is the 10 ticket flex deal. For $175, it's 10 flex tickets, plus 2 tickets to a specific game (depending on when in the year you buy, that game changes.) At worst, it's $17.50 per ticket if you toss the two freebies, and at best, it's about $14.60. (Actually a little more with a $5 processing fee for the whole package.) They also occasionally break out a "hat trick" deal - I think it's like $75 for 4 flex tickets, 1 "must go to this game" ticket in the balcony, a hat, and they say they donate $10 to charity.

    The flex tickets aren't bad at all, I think, if things haven't changed - last time I went was about 2 years ago, and I got good seats...side view, not the end, and loge, not balcony.

    In short, it's only marginally more expensive to go to a P-Bruins game than to order it on AHL Live.
     
  13. GarbageGoal

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    Flex tix are the way to go in Providence if you don't have season tickets. You get there early enough and you can pick best seats available.
     
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    I have never once paid more than $18 to see a Providence Bruins game...there are so many deals available (always check Groupon) that you're ripping yourself off paying anything more than that.
     
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    20s for the Checkers

    They do a lot of good deals that drop the price though
     

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