Get Flyers Tickets and T-Shirts Here (Also, a Ticket Giveaway)

Kyle Scott —  January 14, 2013

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HOCKEY IS BACK, HUMANS. AND I’M WRITING IN ALL CAPS RIGHT NOW BECAUSE, TODAY, BRAYDON COBURN SAID THE FLYERS ARE LIKE A BUNCH OF CAGED ANIMALS WAITING TO GET OUT ON THE ICE.

SOMEWHERE, FRANK BIALOWAS SAYS “FUCK THAT!” BUT, HE LIKES THE  SPUNK.

So, if you’re as fired up as me and my caps lock key, then let me tell you about two ways to get prepared for the season, which starts on Saturday.

 

Tickets

With there being so many games, so close together, on relatively short notice, there are bound to be many tickets available on the secondary market. So, I will advise you to check out our very own Crossing Broad Tickets, where, with the help of our friends from TiqIQ, we round up the best tickets, at the best prices, from the secondary market – sites like StubHub, eBay, Tickets Now, Ticket Network, etc. – and put them all in one spot, sortable by date, price and location. Fees are included in the price.

Check out all the Flyers games (both home and away), but here are some notables:

Tickets for the opener against the Penguins on Saturday start at $97, with many available for around $115.

The price comes down after that. Tickets for the Rangers game next Thursday start at $49, and you can sit in the lower level for about $104.

Tickets for the game against the Panthers on February 21 start at $21.

You can see all the games here.

 

T-shirts

Now, you’re going to need something to wear. Let me refer you to Philly Phaithful’s new line of Flyers t-shirts. Behold:

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You can get 20% off if you buy all three. Or, 10% off one or two with code cb10

Philly Phaithful will also being doing a ticket giveaway for one lucky CB reader: One random customer will receive a pair of tickets to the Flyers-Devils game in Philly on 3/15, as well as a $40 PP gift card to spend at the new showroom.

All you have to do to enter is buy a Philly Phaithful t-shirt using our link. That’s it. Good luck… and good hockey.

Kyle Scott

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