Many tickets still remain for Monday’s game in Abbotsford featuring the Vancouver Canucks and the Ottawa Senators.

Hundreds of tickets available for Canucks game in Abbotsford

Exhibition game set for Sept. 23 inside the Abbotsford Centre

With one week to go until the Vancouver Canucks and Ottawa Senators face-off in an exhibition game at the Abbotsford Centre, hundreds and hundreds of tickets remain available for sale.

Fans were given the option of either a $55 or $65 ticket for the game, which occurs on Sept. 23.

StubHub, a popular online ticket exchange, also has a lot of tickets available but the prices are basically in line with what’s available on Ticketmaster.

The current cheapest ticket for sale on StubHub is $47.49 US – equal to almost $63 Canadian per ticket.

The prices for the Abbotsford game appear to be much more expensive than other exhibition games scheduled in Vancouver.

Ticketmaster has a lowest price option of $39 CAD for games against Edmonton on Tuesday, versus Ottawa on Sept. 25 and against the Arizona Coyotes on Sept. 26.

Interestingly, StubHub has prices as low as $8 US (for Tuesday), $10 US (vs. Ottawa on Sept. 25) and $11 US (vs. Arizona on Sept. 26).

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