Tickets will be given out by lottery with first priority given to Flyers and Bruins season-tickets holders, reported CSNPhilly’s Tim Panaccio.
The lottery opened on Monday at the Winter Classic page on NHL.com -- well sorta.
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The site claimed that the actual lottery wasn’t starting until September 15 but that fans could sign up now to get into the lottery and also to receive emails from the NHL about the Classic. (There always seems to be a catch with these things.)
Lottery winners will find out in mid October if they won tickets.
Once fans secure a ticket the trick will be coming up with the $50 - $350 price tag for each seat. At least it’s till cheaper than most Red Sox tickets.