You know how the NHL has a great deal on new uniforms and apparel?
Well, they’re also throwing in a $50,000 price checker for the first time.
That’s because NHLPA President Donald Fehr announced today that the league is offering a one-time $50-per-item price check at all participating stores on Dec. 10.
It’s a big deal for fans.
The price check is expected to be a big draw for many customers, since the league has been trying to get more fans to spend money on ticket and merchandise.
And it will be a massive win for all involved.
If you haven’t checked out the NHLPA’s price checkers for the season, we’ve put together a list of all of the teams and players on the ice that will be participating.
Here are a few of our favorite deals:The NHLPA says that the checkers will help the league increase its revenue and profitability.
So the league should have an even better year next year than it has so far.
The checkers are also a huge step in the right direction in the fight against rising health costs, which is why the league started the season with an initial $20 million check for players and $20.3 million for teams.
But with the new check, the league hopes to double that number to $30 million next season.
So why is this price check important?
Because it means that fans who don’t have a loyalty card to a specific team are still able to buy NHL tickets for free, and the team’s fans can still get discounted tickets.
This means that the price check will give the NHL even more money for ticket sales.
And as we noted earlier, this is an interesting time for the NHL because the NHL is going to be losing some money in the next few seasons.
The league is projected to lose $1.5 billion to $1 billion this season, which includes the new season.
So we know that fans are going to want to get into the playoffs as soon as possible.
And the NHL also has to deal with the increasing cost of the new uniforms, which are now selling for $100-per pair, or $70-per jersey.
This is why it’s so important that we see prices in the $30-per-$30 range for all players and the $60-per/$50-plus range for the other teams.
The league will also have to deal, of course, with a potential salary cap bump next year.
The salary cap, which was originally projected to be $60 million in 2018-19, has been bumped to $75 million, but that number could jump as high as $80 million, which would be a major blow to the salary cap.
So if the price of the league’s merchandise continues to increase, fans may want to consider staying away from the league next year and maybe buying some cheaper tickets to see who ends up with the biggest raise.
We’re sure that Fehr and the NHL will be happy to hear that this is a good deal for the fans and the league.
We think that the owners should be thanking everyone for their support for the last 10 years, and we hope that fans will be paying attention to the news and making the most of this opportunity.