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Sabres' season-ticket prices rise 5 percent

The Sabres have announced their season-ticket plans for the 2011-12 season, and the price is going up approximately 5 percent. The package includes 40 regular-season games (one will be played in Europe and is excluded) and two discounted preseason games.

The price per game ranges from $23 in 300 Level III and IV to $92 in the 200 Club. Full package prices range from $940 to $3,730, up from $902 to $3,608. The Sabres also raised prices 5 percent last season.

The Sabres' said their average season-ticket price of $44.85 is $16 cheaper than the league average and ranks 23rd in the National Hockey League. Season-ticket holders will be receiving their renewal packages via mail over the next week. A 10 percent deposit is required by June 20 to secure the current seat location.

Level     Preseason/Game     Regular Season/Game     Package     Last Season/Package Increase
200 Club     $25.00     $92.00     $3,730.00     $3,608.00 ($88)     $122.00
200 Ends     $25.00     $75.00     $3,050.00     $2,911.00 ($71)     $139.00
100 Pref. Rink     $25.00     $87.00     $3,530.00     $3,403.00 ($83)     $127.00
100 II Rink     $25.00     $70.00     $2,850.00     $2,747.00 ($67)     $103.00
100 III Rink     $25.00     $58.00     $2,370.00     $2,255.00 ($55)     $115.00
100 Pref.     $25.00     $69.00     $2,810.00     $2,665.00 ($65)     $145.00
100 Level II     $20.00     $54.00     $2,200.00     $2,091.00 ($51)     $109.00
100 Level III     $15.00     $41.00     $1,670.00     $1,599.00 ($39)     $71.00
100 Level IV     $15.00     $36.00     $1,470.00     $1,394.00 ($34)     $76.00
300 Level I     $15.00     $41.00     $1,670.00     $1,599.00 ($39)     $71.00
300 Level II     $10.00     $30.00     $1,220.00     $1,189.00 ($29)     $31.00
300 Level III     $10.00     $23.00     $940.00     $902.00 ($22)     $38.00
300 Level IV     $10.00     $23.00     $940.00     $902.00 ($22)     $38.00

---John Vogl

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John Vogl

John Vogl

John Vogl has been covering the Sabres since 2002-03, an era that has included playoff runs, last-place finishes and three ownership changes. The award-winning writer is the Buffalo chapter chairman for the Professional Hockey Writers’ Association.

@BuffNewsVogl | jvogl@buffnews.com

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