Ticket Prices

My location should be obvious due to my name, this will explain my ignorance, and so my question is, what are the price range for tickets around the league? What should a CFL fan expect to pay for average seating?

...I guess that's two questions that require one answer.

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In Hamilton, a single ticket for a game ranges from $15(end zone) - $56 (centre field section) and options in between of course. Not bad for the entertainment value a CFL game provides IMO.

toronto is $65 at its highest, and prolly $15 at cheepest.

ticketmaster should have teh answers for u soon enough.

Here is the list for Montreal:

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Devide that amount for 10 games (9 regular season: 8 @ McGill, 1 @ Big O & 1 pre-season)

Stadium Plan:

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Montreal has approx. 15000 ticket season holder...so when the 7000 left are up on sale on Admission/Ticketmaster, they usually sell out on the same day, except for the Big O game.

End zones at Mcgill are usually around 20-25$.

My seats at FCS for Renegades games are $200(2-4-1 deal) for the season. This works out to $22.22 per game for seats between th 40 & 45 yr line in the south lower deck. What are they charging in Halifax for the 'Gades-Als pre-season game?

speaking of TD atlantic if they do another one after this years will they put a west div team

i wish they would do a toronto vs montreal TDAtlantic game...i think it would draw a bigger crowd than the disfunctional Gades.

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Here are the Riders ticket prices.

I paid $397.50 for my season tickets, 40 rows up on about the 40 yardline.

My season tickets, 5th row on the goal line at Ivor Wynne, are $230 for 2006.
(I get one of them at 2004's price of $193.05, because I joined the Traditions Club when I just had the one seat. That's a deal where you commit for three years, at the current year's price. I'll be renewing that arrangement, and adding my new seat, in 2007.)

Hey roughy, which side and section. cause I am roughly in the same area. i'm in section 42, anywhere close to you? Thats on the shady side

I'm in section 26 on the sunny side.

Wrong side and wrong 40 yard line

Thankyou for all the reply's, saves me from hitting up all the websites for season ticket info. Basically there are a TON of people that I talk to in Nova Scotia that are extremely interested in our future with a franchise. Many debate what our season tickets would cost. I would guess they will be more that most other places due to the lack of corporate support in Halifax.

BBFan12, here is the info on this years very pricey TD Atlantic 2 game that puts the Als against the Gades

[url=http://www.cfl.ca/index.php?module=analysis&func=display&topicnum=1&nid=5405]http://www.cfl.ca/index.php?module=anal ... 1&nid=5405[/url]

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The only real thing that city lacks to hold a franchise, is a decent size stadium. If the city wins the 2012 Commonwealth games, then the money will be there to build the needed stadium. The sooner they win the bid, the sooner the city gets its deserved franchise.

her's prices for bomber games, and the gecup i think

http://www.bluebombers.com/index/season