The Air Canada Centre, Toronto

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  • August 9, 2017
    We watched an NBA game is really contagious, the concerts of the intervals are too much. Those who like sports can not fail to visit.
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  • August 9, 2017
    If you are in Toronto for the period corresponds to the any team, get your tickets and be included in this enjoyable game atmosphere. Who's your team, you love to watch your favorite match or not important. Shows and show these games already adorned with the stick in the air, you immediately become a fan. Outside of the people who are already fans and ice hockey to impress various entertainments and shows. It may even keep track of time.
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  • August 6, 2017
    Fight was fine although it felt as though the crew were in training. Landing in Toronto was exciting to say the least as it felt as though we came down hard on one side. Upon touching down the plane l...  more »
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  • April 10, 2017
    Air Canada Centre is home to the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Toronto Raptors. The arena is very big, impressively designed and the atmosphere there is great even though it doesn't beat Montreal's Bell Centre. The arena is easily accessible by public transport. It's located beautifully close to Lake Ontario. Many high-quality bars, discotheques and restaurants are close by. However, prices are quite steep. You will pay around two hundred dollars for a seat in the upper sections for a regular season game. Similar seats only cost a third or fourth of that price in Ottawa and Montreal.
  • June 28, 2017
    Little pricey for food compared to other places. Great place thou. Clean, friendly staff and easy to navigate around
  • July 4, 2017
    Nice venue. The seating is good to watch a hockey game no matter where you are. Going to the concession stand will require a new mortgage...
  • March 6, 2017
    The prices are high for everything but then what can you expect when in Toronto? Tickets are even harder to get. At least the views are pretty good (there's some 'hard to see' spots in the corners) and the service is always good. The arena has a good flow to it and there's tones of good food options from junk food to $20 roast beef sandwiches. Public transit makes getting to the Arena very easy and the surrounding area is well served with restaurants and bars.
  • March 13, 2017
    I think the facility is top notch! Very clean! People working their have always been nice to deal with (even the one time we got kicked out for drunken disorderly). I have been going to sporting events since the place opened and have had so much fun there. However recently I have felt like the price gouging is getting out of control. 3 large Canadians (granted they are a bit bigger than a pint) came to $47 - that's a case of beer (according to the beer store). I almost got a hot dog but didn't want to pay 6.50 for one... that was the cheapest food. I am willing to pay more for all this stuff, much like when I go to the movies. I would say the quality of the place is excellent, the atmosphere, always feel safe even with drunk goofballs running around (including myself). But am feeling like going less and less due to over pricing of everything. I recommend this as a once in awhile treat.

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