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| October 13, 2019
One of the most consistently dominant teams in the NHL, the Boston Bruins are also one of the sport’s Original Six clubs. This combination of history and success means that attending a Bruins game is a bucket-list item for many hockey fans, which drives up the demand for tickets to their games at TD Garden.
While some seats can cost hundreds of dollars, there are plenty of ways to significantly save money and get a great deal. This guide outlines five different tips, all of which will help you arm with the strategies you need to find the cheapest tickets possible.
Using the above tips, any fan should be able to significantly save when shopping for Boston Bruins tickets. By combining some of the above tips—say, by going to a Monday game in December—fans can find great deals for many of the upcoming games.
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