Florida Panthers' latest ticket offer smells of desperation
FEB 04, 2014 8:58p ET
The Florida Panthers aren't exactly packing the stands of the BB&T Center this season.
In fact, through 25 home games, they rank 25th out of 30 NHL clubs in attendance in terms of percentage of total capacity, according to ESPN's report.
So in order to get more fans in Sunrise, Fla., into the seats, the team has tweeted out a new offer.
And if you're the gambling type — or just have two minutes to sweep the floor of your local 7-Eleven — you're in luck:
This isn't the first time the Panthers have employed an alternative approach for the sake of attendance. Back in October, with the Bruins in town and the Red Sox on their MLB title run, the team assured fans on their website that the Boston-Detroit ALCS Game 5 would be "played on TV's throughout the stadium."
On the ice, the Panthers players aren't exactly doing their sales team any favors, by the way — they currently rank third from worst in the NHL.
Regardless of the team's record, this is still a really good deal for pro hockey tickets.
But the best deal?
Brewers pitcher Jim Henderson begs to differ: