Earlier today on Forbes, we took a look at Philadelphia Flyers tickets their 84% increase in price since last season. Here is some of that article:
...the season average for Flyers tickets at Wells Fargo Center for the upcoming 2014-15 season is $159.45. After the success of last season that saw the team fall short to the New York Rangers in the Conference Quarterfinals, the secondary market average has risen 84% from last season’s average of $86.46 at home. The team’s significant year-over-year price jump in season average is largely due its five top-priced games, which each currently have an average secondary market price over the $200 mark.
A November 20 game against the Minnesota Wild serves as the most expensive home game on the Flyers schedule this season. The average price for Flyers vs Wild tickets to the late-November game is $287.82 on the secondary market, 80.5% above the season average, with a get-in price of $91. While the Wild have clinched two consecutive postseason berths, the high price has little to do with the opposing team. The game has such a high secondary average due to the Eric Lindros and John LeClair Hall of Fame Ceremony that will take place prior to the puck drop. Lindros and LeClair were integral parts of the beloved “Legion of Doom” teams of the mid-90’s, along with right winger Mikael Renberg.
To read the rest of the article, head over to Forbes.