What do you think the Devils will end up doing? I am very interested to see what they offer to fans who keep their money with the team.
Minnesota is offering an unbelievable 10-percent APR interest on money left with the team (http://www.startribu.../170035286.html).
If a season-ticket holder is willing to keep their money in their account during the lockout, they will receive 10% APR interest (so annualized interest computed over 360 days; not 365) on their money for the games canceled and not rescheduled.
That interest can be used as a credit in their account.
When a game is at least postponed or canceled, from that moment, if a season-ticket holder keeps their money in their account, the STH would receive 10% APR interest for each day it remains canceled or postponed and last until the NHL announces a new schedule.
Other teams are offering interest as well, but not as much. Anaheim and Los Angeles are offering 5%, Buffalo and Columbus are at 4%, Winnipeg is at 3%, Chicago is at 2%.
Where will the Devils fall? Any guesses?
Edited by JWomp, 20 September 2012 - 11:57 AM.