I refer to the link because we know no one with a ticket plan has paid more per ticket than the 10 game plan. Hence that is considered retail.
Personally I have a problem with progressive pricing, for instance the price listed on preseason seats are much less than we actually paid for them. I've always had an issue with having to buy the preseason seats for retail in the first place and now the Kings mock us with the supposed street value of the game. How do The Kings come up with these prices any way? An algorithm or research of past seasons on the open market?
The first Cup run the tickets ended up being much more reasonable than expected, the 2nd run prices where adjusted but still reasonable based on the secondary market.
Last edited by SirJW; November 18th, 2016 at 09:32 PM.