By Jenny Masters
The Flyers are the worst team in Philly, and that’s been true more most of the last decade.
They last made the Stanley Cup finals in 2010, when two tough teams, Montreal and Pittsburgh, were upset before they could advance and lose to the Blackhawks in six games.
Management is awful.
Proving yet again that Comcast has no ability in the sports ownership business.
As they also proved with the Sixers.
They’re so bad that even what seems like a generous offer has a big catch.
The Flyers in a letter to season-ticket holders announced that “for season ticket members returning next season, your 2023 April games are on us.”
That means for fans that renew their season tickets, the Flyers will “refund the price of all the games in April and direct the credit to next season,” essentially giving a “price cut for next season.”
For fans with full packages, they will receive the “full amount of all three home games in credit,” and for fans with half packages, they will receive the “price of two games in credit.” The Flyers also are “not increasing ticket prices for non-premium seating” for the fourth season in a row.