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Is it me or is it pretty stupid that the prices for the upcoming season are going up? Its an arm and leg to go to a game before, this is just getting ridiculous! :picard:

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Is it me or is it pretty stupid that the prices for the upcoming season are going up? Its an arm and leg to go to a game before, this is just getting ridiculous! :picard:

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Makes perfect sense - people are willing to pay big for hockey tickets, so why should owners lower/stabilize ticket prices?

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You're aware a schedule has not been released yet, which means we have no idea how much tickets will be, right? I've already had 2 people I know tell me they bought tickets off craigslist in the past couple of days. Sounds sketchyy

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You're aware a schedule has not been released yet, which means we have no idea how much tickets will be, right? I've already had 2 people I know tell me they bought tickets off craigslist in the past couple of days. Sounds sketchyy

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If the prices stay the same then I think the sellout streak will end this year for the Canucks.

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Is it me or is it pretty stupid that the prices for the upcoming season are going up? Its an arm and leg to go to a game before, this is just getting ridiculous! :picard:

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Guaranteed ticket prices go up this season, as a big thank you to the fans for being so patient with this lockout.

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If the prices stay the same then I think the sellout streak will end this year for the Canucks.

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ticket prices were set in the summer dunno what you guys are smoking.

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I think it sucks, but it's usually special occasion to go, so it's still cool.

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Prices the Canucks are charging are too low, that is the reason scalpers/brokers are able to make a profit.

Thousands of people on the wait list confirm ticket prices are not too high.

Oh and how many games in a row have been sold out?

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i've only went to 1 canuck game back in '08, i paid $220 for a upper bowl seat against the flames but it was christmas time but holy hell

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This (NHL) team has been around for 43 years. That's 10x older than most of the members of CDC.

They should have won at least 1 championship by sheer accident by now.

It's like the guy in "Idiocracy" who's dumb enough to keep throwing dollars at the hooker for an advance lay which never seems to materialize.

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Can someone actually produce some evidence of the ticket prices going up? And I mean, not the increase they announced way back in February of last year which was applicable to this year's tickets. I mean, that was way, way back...when they release the single game tickets they will release the cost of them as well, which they do once a year.

And please also understand WHY the Canucks put their ticket prices up each season. It is not to gouge the fans, make extra profit, or undercut the scalpers.....

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Does anyone know how much the cheapest lower bowl playoff tickets usually cost (1st round)? Thanks.

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i've only went to 1 canuck game back in '08, i paid $220 for a upper bowl seat against the flames but it was christmas time but holy hell

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