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Me and my 2 boys ages 13-10 watch alot of wild games on tv. They have never been to the X and I have never bought a wild ticket, always free. How do I get tickets for the 3 of us? Ticketmaster? What is an average cost?

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Check out cr-list also. I have found some great deals on there and have baught some from a guy and had great seats.

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You can go to the ticket booth to see if there are any seats left. You can also check for season ticket holders selling their tickets. Might be on wild HSOforum or tix master or even c-list. Might be difficult to find 3 seats together. Wherever you find them you will be looking at about $150-225 depending on seat location.

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All of the games are pretty much sold out, but if you go on Ticketmaster it has a place where people are selling there tickets. Most are season ticket holders that are selling seats.

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There are a lot of ticket sellers at the games. You wouldn't have a problem getting tickets to any game and there is a good chance you'll pay less then face value on the seats.

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Rush tix go on sale 90 min. b/4 puck drop-good deals to be had.

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I did a quick search on hsolist and found a guy that has 3 three tickets in Section 101 (to the goalie's left, zamboni end), row 16 for $225. Looks like he has tickets to upcoming Kings, Flames, and Oilers games. Face value of the tickets is $261.

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