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Thread: The NHL, October 25-31, 2002

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    It ain't easy being green Wayner's Avatar
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    My first Sharks seats back in 1991 at the Cow Palace were $12 each to sit in the upper deck, corner. When I left SJ in 1997 I was paying $21 to sit in row 14, upper deck, center ice. For Avs tix the cheapest you can find is MAJOR nosebleed, upper deck behind a goal for $36 plus whatever "service"charges you get nailed for. And I'd kill for a $3.5 beer. Heck, even at ESPNZone in Denver they wanted $4.75 for a Fat Tire. Hellooo?

    BTW John, your Tampa story reminds me of the situation the Nuggets are in trying to sell tickets this year. If you buy a 10 game package they'll throw in a Lakers game free. A friend of mine said "What time are the games?" I replied "I asked the Nuggets that question. They said "It depends - what time can you be here?"

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    The upper deck/major nosebleed in the Skyreach Center is $25, but that's Canadian dollars, so if you were to find eleven cents Wayner you could sit in the upper deck at Skyreach.

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