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Vancouver Canucks Ticket Prices for The 2013 Playoffs

The best time of the year is nearly here for Canucks fans and the city couldn’t be any more excited. The Vancouver Canucks will kick off the 2013 playoffs on April 30th as the third seed coming out from the West (see: who will the Canucks play first round). This also means the Canucks Bandwagon is beginning to load up for another post-season party.

This leads us to the topic of discussion, how much will the Canucks organization charge fans for tickets? Currently, the average price of a regular season ticket in the NHL is $61.01. Cheap? yes, but the US teams have heavily brought it down as all Canadian teams will likely have an average slightly over $100 per ticket.

The Toronto Maple leafs will begin selling tickets at $124.69 per seat, and the Montreal Canadians for example, who could play the Leafs opening round , have increased their average ticket price for the postseason by about 50 per cent.

Onto our beloved Canucks. The organization has kept their playoff ticket prices for 2013 steady with 2011-12. They’ve increased season ticket prices by 50 percent and if they make it to the Stanley Cup finals, the prices will rise with a increase of 200 percent of the regular season price.

A average ticket like row 15 lower bowl on the offensive end of the arena where the Canucks shoot on twice costs

  • $111 per seat during the year
  • $160 per seat during the first round of playoffs (44% increase)
  • $190 per seat during round two
  • $225 per seat during round three
  • $350 per seat during the Stanley Cup Final (211% increase)

The single most expensive seat – including the Best Buy Club in the rafters , is row 1, on the ice across from the benches, which goes for

  • $185 per seat during the year
  • $270 per seat during the first round (46% increase)
  • $315 per seat during round two
  • $375 per seat during round three
  • $565 per seat during the Stanley Cup Final (205% increase)

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