The Buffalo Sabres are rolling out a new model for ticket prices this coming season.
This new structure will cover all home games in the 2016-17 regular season and ticket prices will be adjusted to better reflect demand throughout the season.
According to the team, the plan was developed through a partnership with Qcue, a pricing company that has previously worked with other professional sports teams and organizations.
The team issued a news released Tuesday saying, "this plan categorizes each game into one of three pricing tiers to determine the initial box office ticket price for individual game tickets. Games are categorized based on the opponent, time of the year, day of the week, classic rivalries and games against marquee players."
A breakdown of the new pricing structure is below.
Single-game tickets for the upcoming regular season will go on sale on September 17, at 10 a.m.
The Sabres will kick-off the season on October 13 at the First Niagara Center against the Montreal Canadiens.
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