Find Cheap Tickets For Your Hockey Trip

Finding cheap sports tickets can be hard but necessary when you have already forked out for flights and hotels. But for sports fans, attending a live sporting event is the trip of a live time but an expensive proposition. Over the past fifteen years, ticket prices have skyrocketed. In fact, the average ticket price to a hockey game has increased over 100% since 2000. Whether you are buying for a family or just friends it has become downright impossible to affordably attend top level NHL games. But there is hope …

Check out Crowd Seats the next time you are travelling as an independent to North America. Each week, they feature a NHL, NFL, MLB and loads more sporting events with huge discounts, great matchups, big superstars, and absolutely no added fees.

Crowd Seats offer ticket discounts and never charge any of those unnecessary ticket fees. You know, those annoying surcharges that always somehow popup at the end of the ticket transaction. These “convenience” fees can actually add 20-30% on top of already expensive ticket prices. There’s nothing that can put a bad taste in your mouth faster than paying $21 in fees on a $90 ticket to print-at-home.

Here’s a sampling of some of their recent ticket deals:

• 50% off NHL Tickets
• 38% off World Series Game 4 Tickets
• 45% off Knicks Tickets
• 70% off Wizards NBA Tickets
• 40% off Yankees vs Red Sox Tickets
• 70% off Angels MLB Tickets
• …and many more more

As you can see, Crowd Seats isn’t messing around. They’re discounting great games and offering great seating locations – often lower and field levels for your favorite teams. And remember, all of this plus ticket prices at 50%, 60%, and even 70% off of full price.

So next time you are planning a trip of a life time to the NHL get out of the penalty box of fees and crash the boards with Crowd Seats – the only website for cheap sports tickets.

Neil Tucker

Neil has written on ice hockey for many websites concentrating on British ice hockey mostly. Neil also covers ice hockey in other countries and organises his Blueliner Hockey Tour. A graduate of the Manchester Metropolitan University Neil turned his hand to hockey writing in 2009. As well as contributing on Blueliner Hockey Neil has contributed to Get Real Hockey and Slapshot Magasine.

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