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Old 11-21-2017, 09:30 PM
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I heard Rod Mawhood announce they had a record number of groups at the last game. I believe he said 22 different groups and wanted to know which group was the loudest. I have never learned which group was the loudest or why he wants to know. I do know however that group sales pay a fraction of the ticket price.


Yes group sales are cheaper.

Most OHL teams sell group seats.

The seats are usually in the ends or corners.

I believe when it was my kids’ school for a group game tickets were $12. My premium season tickets actually cost me about $17. Face value on my tickets is $25. Doubt they sell very many at $25...

IMHO who cares if the group tickets are $12. The rink is fuller, they buy concessions, they become fans...some become repeat customers .

And it ‘costs’ the Dogs about $5 per person, for a seat they likely aren’t going to sell anyways.

Shrewd business plan IMHO.

Now what I don’t like is the $2 playoff tickets that are supposed to be for high school students that end up in the hands of adults ...


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