2022-23 Bs Ticket Thread

tonyandpals

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If anyone is looking for some games, buy from STH here before hitting up TM or SH.

I have two in 317 row 4, good seats on the blue line. Around 85ea (need to do the math still)
I 'upgraded' from the back of 315 to row 3 of 309, but 'downgraded' to 2 seats there. Around 80ea
Friend is selling most of his season in Loge 6, row 20ish, as well. They're in the $130ea range.

If you're looking for a particular game, reach out. Typically if you want a marquee one I'll package it with a weeknight, or I end up with all the weeknight Ducks games.
 

Foxy42

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Loge 3, Row 18. $135 per ticket (have a pair)….many games still available.

Between the dot and the goal. End the b’s shoot twice, just high enough to see the near side far corner and to see over the glass.
 

tims4wins

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Will be interested in game(s) for me and my son. He last went Feb 2020; I had tix for a game last December that got postponed until February, then unfortunately we both got sick. So, I’m psyched to take him to a game or two this year.
 

tonyandpals

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Current games available:

2 Available for each game in:
Loge 6 Row 20 - $130/ticket
317 row 4 - $85/ticket
309 row 3 - $80/ticket

10/17 vs. FLA
10/20 vs ANA
10/25 vs DAL
10/27 vs DET
 

The Napkin

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Our pair in Loge 9, Row 20 ($250 for the pair) are available for pretty much any game out there. Get 'em while they're hot!
 

Dummy Hoy

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I gotta get my son to a game, he's never been...my daughter got taken by a friend last year and he was pissed lol
 

PedroSpecialK

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Minimum $40 to list our seats for preseason lol, fucking hell. I am still extremely salty I couldn't get out of this season's renewal
 

PedroSpecialK

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I imagine Jacobs takes a write off when it goes to the foundation as well. I bet that floor is his inflection point on aggregate fees v tax benefit
 

Ale Xander

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The absurdly high floor is because of unsold seats for preseason games. They don’t want competition. Jacobs didn’t get this rich by having competition in his concessions events.


I’m seeing tickets in the 20’s on stubhub

can’t you list there andtransfer?

also make sure to ask your accountant/attorney if you can write off. I think you can only do it if as part of a business but this is not tax advice. So consult a professional
 
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