Sabres hold line on individual ticket starting prices, revamp Mini-Packs | The Buffalo News

The Buffalo Sabres have announced individual-game and Mini-Pack prices for the 2017-18 season, and they feature no increase for the box office starting point and a complete overhaul of the Mini-Pack program.

Single-game tickets will go on sale at 10 a.m. Sept. 16. Tickets for home preseason games, priced at $22-$45, go on sale Aug. 30.

The Sabres will retain the dynamic pricing model and three-tier system they implemented last season for individual games. That means the prices the team is listing is the initial price for games, and can fluctuate based on market conditions. Prices range from $45-$195 for Tier 1 games, $35-$155 for Tier 2 games and $25-$135 for Tier 3 games.

The team has added a price tier called 300 Level V for seats that will be priced as low as $25 for Tier 3 games. Those seats will be the last four rows of the 300 level corners in Sections 301, 302, 311, 315, 324 and 325. There are no season tickets sold in those areas and the new price is a drop of as much as $25 (from $70 to $45 to Tier 1 games) for those seats from last year.

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