Without a doubt, the Philadelphia Flyers have been among the most successful teams in hockey over the past few seasons when going by playoff appearances. Led by center Claude Giroux, the Flyers surprised many pundits last year by upsetting the favored Pittsburgh Penguins in the first round of the playoffs in what was an intense and exciting series. Unfortunately, the run was short lived, as the disciplined defense of the New Jersey Devils was able to stymie the Flyers and eliminate them in just 5 games in the subsequent round.
So far, expectations seem rather neutral for the Flyers this season, as do their ticket prices which are middle of the road in terms of NHL tickets. Despite the condensed 48-game schedule and limited ticket supply, the average price for a Philadelphia Flyers tickets at home is up very minimally over last year, from $123 to $127 dollars according to TiqIQ. In fact, there are still a handful of extremely low priced games for Flyers fans to get in the building for, and cheer on their team. For example, when the Florida Panthers come to town on February 7th or 21st, fans can get in the building for just $29 or $34 dollars. Furthermore, an average seat for either of these games checks in at just $108 dollars, 15% below the season average. Other low priced games include February 5th and 25th against the Tampa Bay Lightning and Toronto Maple Leafs, and even March 5th against the New York Rangers. To get in the building for any of these games will cost fans somewhere in the low-$30s.