The TD Garden is getting a facelift over the next two years and it’s not going to be cheap. This week, the group that owns the Garden, Delaware North Cos., announced their $750 million plans to bring new technology and concession stands to the arena. The plans include wrap around televisions and self-service food kiosks that will allow you to order and pay on your own. The plans also include an upgrade to the Garden’s Legends Club; which is offered to season ticket holders.
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The owners of the Bruins have already said that ticket prices will go up next year and that it’s not related to the renovations. It could possibly have to do with the (additional) $950 million dollar expansion the Garden will be getting. The addition will include shopping, hotels, restaurants and an underground supermarket. All of which will add to the game day experience as well as bring even more new life to that new neighborhood in Boston.
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The TD Garden has gone through a lot of changes since it opened in 1995; what do you think of these latest changes that will be coming in the next few years?