The 2010/2011 NHL season has come to an end, and while it didn’t finish up at all the way we wanted (especially thanks to a crowd of douchebags), the Canucks gave us one of the most exciting season’s we’ve had in 17 years, and I’m glad we got to experience so much of it in … Continue reading Hockey with Baby
Hello Blog Friends! As I’m sure some of you know, I’ve got season’s tickets to the Vancouver Canucks. Going to 45 games a season is a bit daunting, so I share the tickets with family and friends. It’s an excellent way to see some games at a big discount from the one-off purchase price. With … Continue reading Go Canucks Go!
It’s that time of year again, and the time of year when I have extra tickets for games I can’t make it to. First up: Wednesday September 26th vs. San Jose – 7:00pm. The tickets are in Section 322, Row 15, Seats 109/110. Price: $120 for the pair. That’s my cost. (Regular price is around … Continue reading Hockey Time
congrats_b.jpg Originally uploaded by CouzinHub. I swear I’m doing more with my life these days than watching hockey and selling tickets. As soon as I figure out what that is, I’ll let you know. In the meantime, I’ve gotten a LOT of interested parties contacting me regarding Round 2 playoff tickets. Yes I have them, … Continue reading Game 6 – Get it Now!
UPDATE: sold again! Effing hockey team. I was seriously hoping that the Canucks would have won game 5 or 6, so I wouldn’t be in the position of having to sell the tickets for game seven. So much for that idea. So I have one pair of tickets available for the Western Quarterfinals – Tomorrow … Continue reading Insert inventive title about hockey tickets here
UPDATE: Sold! I love it when a plan comes together. It seems my career as a high rollin’ ticket broker is just not meant to be. With the flood of tickets to tonight’s game on the market, I’ve had absolutely zero success selling my pair thus far. As much fun as it would be to … Continue reading Playoff Tickets One More Time
It’s that time of year – the Canucks have made it to the playoffs once again, and probably won’t go past the first round (once again). Personally, the lure of the cash draws me more than the lure of seeing playoff hockey – so if you’re interested in contributing to the “Jen’s unemployed and has … Continue reading Playoff Tickets