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The new pricing plan was developed through a partnership with Qcue, a dynamic pricing company that has previously partnered with several other sports and entertainment organizations. The plan categorizes each game into one of three pricing tiers to determine the initial box office ticket price for individual game tickets. Games are categorized based on the opponent, time of the year, day of the week, classic rivalries and games against marquee players.
As fans purchase tickets, the price of each individual game can rise or fall to better reflect the demand for tickets. Ticket prices may decrease below the initial box office price, but will never fall below season ticket prices. The pricing plan for the 2016-17 season includes eight Tier 1 games, 20 Tier 2 games and 13 Tier 3 games.
Single-game tickets for the 2016-17 regular season are now on sale. Tickets for the team’s 2016 preseason home games are also on sale. Buffalo will play two home games during the preseason: Sept. 27 vs. Ottawa and Sept. 30 vs. Toronto.
Mini-Packs, which are also on sale now, will once again give fans the opportunity to create their own ticket package comprised of anywhere from five to 40 games. By purchasing a Mini-Pack, fans can save up to 27 percent off initial box office prices. Mini-Pack holders will not pay a ticket service charge and will have the ability to purchase playoff tickets before they go on sale to the general public (based on availability).
Tickets can be purchased online at Tickets.com, in person at the First Niagara Center Box Office or by phone at 1-888-223-6000.