BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - Are you looking for some "Pegula Day" deals?
Tuesday has been dubbed Pegula Day in Buffalo, and in honor of the Sabres new ownership, News 4's Melissa Holmes has some deals for hockey fans in her Savings 4 You.
If you're looking to go to a game, but not break the bank, check out this deal. There's a Sabres Fan Pack special for the Sunday, March 13th game against the Ottowa Senators. The package includes two 300 level tickets, a New Era Sabres hat, and a 40th anniversary program. All of that for only $79.
If you want to bring the whole family to the game, you can cash in on the Family Pack. Each package will include: four 300 Level II tickets, four hot dogs, four pops, four boxes of popcorn and a free parking voucher. The family pack for the Ottowa game costs $179, saving you more than $70.
Kohl's has a huge selection of Sabres merchandise at reasonable prices, and some of the items are on sale right now. Womens' tees for $16. Miller and Vanek jerseys for $30 off. Shipping is free when you spend over $75 and remember you redeem your Kohl's cash online. Also if you're a Kohl's charge card holder, Holmes found a coupon code that will save you 30% (code FEBSAVINGS)
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