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Buffalo Sabres Release Variable Ticket Prices


One step closer to the start of the 2013-2014 regular season, today the Buffalo Sabres announced the variable ticket pricing for the upcoming season.  Individual tickets will go on sale to the general public on September 14th – a little over a month away.

Planning a trip to First Niagara Center for a  game or two?  Check out the pricing model.

Section

Value

Bronze

Silver

Gold

Platinum

200 Club

$118

$127

$146

$185

$240

200 Ends

$118

$127

$146

$185

$240

100 Pref Rink

$118

$127

$146

$185

$240

100 II Rink

$118

$127

$146

$185

$240

100 III Rink

$118

$127

$146

$185

$240

100 Preferred

$85

$93

$142

$170

$220

100 Level II

$69

$75

$108

$147

$191

100 Level III

$54

$60

$87

$124

$160

100 Level IV

$41

$46

$66

$109

$141

300 Level I

$55

$62

$85

$94

$119

300 Level II

$41

$46

$66

$78

$101

300 Level III

$31

$39

$53

$64

$80

300 Level IV

$31

$39

$53

$64

$80

There is only one platinum game this year, and that is the Friday November 29th game against the Toronto Maple Leafs.

There are eight gold level games, including the final game of the season against the New York Islanders on April 13, a Sunday 5PM game.

Silver ranks the highest for Buffalo Sabres games this year, with 13 appearances on the schedule, with 10 bronze games, and 9 value games.

October and January boast the most home games, each month seeing the Buffalo Sabres play at home eight times.  November and December each see seven games.  The Olympic break in February allows for the Sabres to only be home four times.

The Sabres will close out the regular season with four home games in March, and three in April.

You can get a full breakdown of the 41 home games and their variable pricing at the Sabres website by clicking here.

 

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  • Tony

    They should give us a “value” year of pricing for the guarantee of a shitty product Darcy has promised us. I believe he’s calling it a rebuild, however, but that’s just so he can suck at his job right under our noses and then say, “but I told you there’d be suffering”