Here’s how this works:
Where are the seats: We have 2X seats: Section 223, Row 5, Seats 8 and 9. (To note: Row 5 is actually the second row of that section. The handicap seats are below us, dropped down a row behind glass. The glass is below the line of sight. If you remember when Sam and Joe did the broadcasting from the crowd, these seats were literally right behind them. They split the blue and the red line on the side the Rangers shoot twice. They’re good seats, I promise. You can see a ticket view on the Rangers website.)
How much are the seats: So this is a little complicated. The Rangers are in year two of their “Variable Ticket Price” structure that changes the face of tickets based off the opponent. Our tickets have over 9 tiers as far as I can tell maybe as many as 11. The tickets range anywhere from $300-$450 for the pair. Yes, some of these are above face, but you’re not paying processing or transferring fees like you would elsewhere. When you e-mail me with what you want I will give you the ticket prices by game.
Interested in tickets?
- E-mail me what games you’re interested in (email@example.com). Twitter DMs are too confusing so just e-mail me. Some games are already spoken for, and it’s going to be first come, first serve. If I take a day or two to respond don’t worry, it will be based off e-mail time stamp.
- If the game is available I will let you know, and then we can accept payment through Paypal (MUST BE SENT AS FRIENDS/FAMILY) or Venmo. Once payment goes through, I will secure the tickets for you and e-mail them out when I can. This means you paying me potentially five weeks before you get the tickets. We have done this two years in a row and I have never run off with someone’s tickets.
- IMPORTANT NOTE: We’re not totally sure when the tickets will be released to us to send to you. It has been early September the past two years we have done this.
- IMPORTANT NOTE 2: E-mailed tickets go into your account on the Rangers website, and most tickets can’t be printed until 72 hours until the game starts. Don’t worry, they don’t go away. Just flag the e-mail you get with the tickets so you can easily find them when the time comes .