2011-2012 AHL Season Ticket Prices

The season has already started but it’s never too late to purchase season tickets for the Amerks who have the best deal in the league.  This was supposed to have been posted in early September but somehow never made it past the drafts section.

Here’s a list where Rochester is listed at the bottom and it’s for a good reason, can’t complain about this list!  At the end of the summer Chirps from Center Ice compiled the cost of a single season ticket at center ice for all 30 teams in the American Hockey League, excluding Rochester it’s amazing to see an almost $800 price difference between Abbotsford and Providence.

The prices listed are for a prime seat at center ice in every arena, costs will obviously vary depending on where you sit but looking at what’s considered “the best seat in the house” is a good way to base things.

Abbotsford – $1327.55

Houston – $1,050*

Oklahoma City – $1,040

Bridgeport – $1,026

Toronto – $988

Lake Erie – $874

St. John’s – $874**

Connecticut – $864

Texas – $840

Charlotte – $820

Wilkes-Barre / Scranton – $800

Adirondack – $780

Peoria – $760

Grand Rapids – $756

Milwaukee – $751

Manchester – $750

Chicago – $720***

Hamilton – $720****

San Antonio – $720

Rockford – $680

Hershey – $660

Springfield – $646

Syracuse – $646

Albany – $660

Binghamton – $555.75

Portland – $551

Norfolk – $550

Worcester – $550

Providence – $540

Rochester – $380

* – 38 games for the price of 30

** – only team without season ticket information listed. Price is based off of a $23 / game ticket for 38 games.

*** – price based off of 30 games and it comes with a bunch of good stuff.

**** – another team without full season price listed. Number based off of double their 20 game flex plan.

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