MLSE imposes 30 per cent scalper surcharge on Leafs and Raptors season ticket holders deemed to be reselling their seats

A Toronto Star/CBC investigation found MLSE issued invoices to those it considers “commercial” resellers, demanding between 32 and 37 per cent in markups for next season — ranging from $2,000 to $8,000 for a pair of regular-season seats.

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