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Duck update: Revamped ticket pricing system

December 8, 2011 |  2:40 pm


The Ducks announced a handful of changes to their pricing procedures in relation to individual-game tickets. Many other NHL teams are rolling out similar initiatives. 

"Launching a dynamic pricing system will allow us to mirror current market conditions," said Ducks Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Tim Ryan in a statement Thursday. "With our 'Dynamic Deal' each week and our 'No Surprise Fees' ticket policy, fans will find great offers and flexible prices for games that work best for them."

For instance, the initial "Dynamic Deal' is in effect starting today for next week's Duck-Coyote game at 7:05 p.m. Wednesday at Honda Center, impacting Plaza Goal Upper East tickets and Terrace Value East tickets.  Savings will range from $9 to $15 per ticket.

For additional information, go to That site will also let fans register to receive emails about future "Dynamic Deals," and other ticket offers on a weekly basis.


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Photo: Ducks center Ryan Getzlaf (15) celebrates a goal with winger Corey Perry during a game against the Minnesota Wild last week at the Honda Center. Credit: Harry How / Getty Images