The Buffalo Sabres have announced the variable pricing schedule as well as the prices for tickets for the upcoming season.
As with previous seasons, there will be five different tiers of games that the Sabres will play. Games are classified as Value, Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum. The tier of game is determined by opponent, time of year, day of the week, rivalry and games against marquee players.
Individual game tickets will go on sale Saturday, September 13 at 9 a.m.
The Sabres have also set mini-packs to go on sale starting Wednesday, August 27 for those renewing. Fans can purchase tickets to anywhere from five to 40 games with no service charge and up to 25% discount off of box office prices. Mini-pack holders can also purchase playoff tickets before the general public.
This upcoming season has one platinum game (Nov. 15 vs. Toronto), seven gold games, 14 silver games, 11 bronze games and eight value games.
Individual game prices will range from $35 to $240 a game.
Mini-pack holders will be able to purchase tickets starting at $40 and going up to $180.
Here is a breakdown of the pricing schedule:
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