BOSTON, MA - JUNE 18: (L-R) Zdeno Chara, Jeremy Jacobs, and Cam Neely, of the Boston Bruins react to cheers during the Stanley Cup victory parade on June 18, 2011 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images)
If you're a season ticket holder and have been giving the Bruins money all season like a sucker me, you've just received an email detailing what your options are if there's a lockout. The gist of it is that we've got 2 options if games starting October 18th don't happen.
Option #1 - Loyalty Program
Earn 3% APR credit on the ticket money from games missed Commit to renew season tickets for the 2013-14 season Freeze on season ticket price for the 2013-14 season
And if you don't want to commit to the 2013-14 season right as Jeremy Jacobs and friends are about to lock out the players and steal part of a beloved hockey season, there's also option 2:
Option #2 - Monthly Refund
- Earn 1% APR credit on the ticket money from games missed
- Receive monthly refunds on games missed
They have kindly provided a FAQ on bruins.nhl.com.
Which option do you like better?
Option 1, Bruins keep all your money and you commit to giving them more at the same rate next year (59 votes)
Option 2, Bruins give back some of your money and your ticket prices go up next year (40 votes)
99 total votes