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Tickets are now on sale. Here's a link. 

https://www.nhl.com/canadiens/tickets

 

Please feel free to post information on road games as you see fit.

Important: We do allow posters to mention if they have tickets available but will not allow any commercial solicitation by people trying to scalp their tickets above face value. If you have tickets you cannot use and would like to dispose of them, please post simply which date and seat type/number of tickets you have and ask members to p.m. you for details rather than advertising prices.

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Personally not planning on buying tickets for this season unless there's evidence of a change in organizational philosophy. I still don't feel like I have much enthusiasm for this club since Subban was traded. I'm hopeful that Galchenyuk and Drouin will be given a chance to play because they're probably the only two lift-you-out-of-your-seat players on this squad. The D looks brutal. So hard to see us going anywhere and hard to get excited and to want to spend money on this group.

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3 hours ago, BigTed3 said:

Personally not planning on buying tickets for this season unless there's evidence of a change in organizational philosophy. I still don't feel like I have much enthusiasm for this club since Subban was traded. I'm hopeful that Galchenyuk and Drouin will be given a chance to play because they're probably the only two lift-you-out-of-your-seat players on this squad. The D looks brutal. So hard to see us going anywhere and hard to get excited and to want to spend money on this group.

i will still spend money on products for this team no matter how bad they do, i don't see this team lifting anybody out of there seats unless its a great save by price, and the D looks bad on paper but gotta see it in action before i knock it to much, i don't think MB likes AG just like subban, they don't have the grit hes looking for, he will be traded

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I am visiting Montreal this year for the first time and it happens the Canadiens have few home games then. I want to buy tickets for the game against Arizona. Can you tell me what would be the best game experience from the available seats? 

There are tickets available for Club Desjardins A(behind the goal or parallel to the goal) or White Centre. Last one is about 100$ cheaper. Is it worth going for the more expensive ones?

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On 10/3/2017 at 6:08 AM, Shutoutfan said:

I am visiting Montreal this year for the first time and it happens the Canadiens have few home games then. I want to buy tickets for the game against Arizona. Can you tell me what would be the best game experience from the available seats? 

There are tickets available for Club Desjardins A(behind the goal or parallel to the goal) or White Centre. Last one is about 100$ cheaper. Is it worth going for the more expensive ones?

The Desjardins seats are closer to the ice obviously, and they include free food at the concession stands (but no alcohol). If you are a big eater and you would be planning on buying lots of hot dogs and other things anyways if you sat in the whites, then that would bring the cost of the white seats up a decent amount... that said, I personally prefer sitting near center ice rather than the ends of the rink, even if it means sitting higher up. I find the white seats give you a pretty good overview of the ice surface so you can see what's going on behind the play. If you're a student of the game, it's a better viewpoint. If you want to feel like you're closer to the ice and the players, Desjardins is the way to go, but personally, I'd favor the cost savings and the viewpoint and go white center.

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Rejean Tremblay apparently venting about the price of tickets, saying his red season tickets now cost over $300 a seat for premium games and that to boot, the Habs have started charging season ticket holders if they want paper copies of their tickets... an extra $352, even though Tremblay was told it costs the Habs $36 to print them. He argues that this is a total cash grab designed to take more money from fans and that there is no reason to have a 900% mark-up on this cost. Probably one of the reasons fans are starting to get fed up with prices and stop going to games. If longtime ticket holders are getting peeved about this, the team had better take a long look in the mirror about its practices and treatment of fans.

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1 hour ago, BigTed3 said:

Rejean Tremblay apparently venting about the price of tickets, saying his red season tickets now cost over $300 a seat for premium games and that to boot, the Habs have started charging season ticket holders if they want paper copies of their tickets... an extra $352, even though Tremblay was told it costs the Habs $36 to print them. He argues that this is a total cash grab designed to take more money from fans and that there is no reason to have a 900% mark-up on this cost. Probably one of the reasons fans are starting to get fed up with prices and stop going to games. If longtime ticket holders are getting peeved about this, the team had better take a long look in the mirror about its practices and treatment of fans.

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1 hour ago, H_T_L said:

Unfortunately,,,, as long as they keep selling out the building and have a waiting list for season tickets,,,, nothing will change. 

Well supposedly they didn't sell out the last two games and had to artificially inflate the attendance with tickets given away...

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6 hours ago, BigTed3 said:

Rejean Tremblay apparently venting about the price of tickets, saying his red season tickets now cost over $300 a seat for premium games and that to boot, the Habs have started charging season ticket holders if they want paper copies of their tickets... an extra $352, even though Tremblay was told it costs the Habs $36 to print them. He argues that this is a total cash grab designed to take more money from fans and that there is no reason to have a 900% mark-up on this cost. Probably one of the reasons fans are starting to get fed up with prices and stop going to games. If longtime ticket holders are getting peeved about this, the team had better take a long look in the mirror about its practices and treatment of fans.

The Habs are more about fleecing fans in every possible way than they are about winning. 

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I usually travel to Montreal once or twice a year just because I love the city and usually take in 2 or 3 games at the Ding Dong Centre while so doing. May only take in one this year and am thinking if I wait until February/March there will be plenty of discounted seats available. :)

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4 hours ago, eldag said:

I usually travel to Montreal once or twice a year just because I love the city and usually take in 2 or 3 games at the Ding Dong Centre while so doing. May only take in one this year and am thinking if I wait until February/March there will be plenty of discounted seats available. :)

If you wait until April,,, you might get in free. :4224:

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Light at the end of the tunnel?

I noticed an article on TSN website commenting on the blocks of seats that appear empty lately at the Bell Centre and that premium pricing is being reduced in some situations. Hopefully this is just the thin edge of the wedge as fans begin to revolt at the revolting display of hockey served up this year by the locals. This is the only way that things will change ... it has to hit Molson in the pocket book .... and hard ..... in order for him to actually care about what is going on down at the hockey rink. We are a long way from that but its a start ..... don't support the current regime should be the mantra!

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3 hours ago, eldag said:

Light at the end of the tunnel?

I noticed an article on TSN website commenting on the blocks of seats that appear empty lately at the Bell Centre and that premium pricing is being reduced in some situations. Hopefully this is just the thin edge of the wedge as fans begin to revolt at the revolting display of hockey served up this year by the locals. This is the only way that things will change ... it has to hit Molson in the pocket book .... and hard ..... in order for him to actually care about what is going on down at the hockey rink. We are a long way from that but its a start ..... don't support the current regime should be the mantra!

Hopefully it will continue in order to obtain the desired effect we all want; skill and the Stanley Cup as the number 1 priority instead of petty politics.

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