May 8, 2013; Toronto, Ontario, CAN; A general view of the Air Canada Centre during the Toronto Maple Leafs game against the Boston Bruins during game four of the first round of the 2013 Stanley Cup playoffs at the Air Canada Centre. The Bruins beat the Leafs 4-3 in overtime. Mandatory Credit: Tom Szczerbowski-USA TODAY Sports

Dynamic Pricing Plan For Leafs Tickets

Well, it looks like Maple Leaf fans will have to dig a little deeper to see their team play at the Air Canada Centre for this upcoming season.

The Leafs will be introducing a dynamic pricing plan for tickets to their games, based on their opponent and when the game is being played. To see a more popular team like the Pittsburgh Penguins, or Montreal Canadiens, tickets will cost more.

The prices will be divided into five categories: super premium, premium plus, premium, regular and preseason.

You can view the schedule and categories here. 

According to the Toronto Star, a seat in the “green” price point could range from $90 (regular) to $125 (super premium), depending on the opponent.

Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment had already raised ticket prices by 2.5 per cent across the board at the beginning of the 2012-13 shortened season.  And, with this new pricing plan, many, if not all fans are quite annoyed.

The Leafs have not confirmed this report, but they are expected to officially announce the ticket plan in early to mid-September.

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