Ducks Treat the Fans

For those of you who buy single game tickets, the Ducks have made it easier and cheaper to buy tickets. Prices of individual tickets have been reduced, and they have also introduced their “all-in” pricing program.

Individual Tickets:

The most annoying thing, in my opinion, about buying tickets through ticket websites is their notorious fees. I bought a ticket to Warped Tour a few months back for $25, not bad right? After all the fees were processed, the total came out to $48! Fortunately the Ducks have gotten rid of extra fees (including shipping and printing fees). You will NOT be charged for anything except the ticket price. If the ticket is $30, you will pay $30.

All In Pricing:

The new “all-in” program will reduce the ticket prices that are $40 or less will be reduced by 88%. The program offers more cheaper seats than they did last season. Tickets that were $41.50 last year are now priced at $25, $27, $32, and $36. More options for the fans to choose from.

Normally I don’t write about ticket prices and I certainly am not trying to push anything on anyone, but I felt this was a cool thing for the Ducks to do.

Individual tickets go on sale this Saturday at 10 a.m. on AnaheimDucks.com

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