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How much are Stanley Cup Final tickets ?
The Stanley Cup Final will return to Las Vegas and South Florida for the Florida Panthers vs. the Vegas Golden Knights.
For fans of the Knights, who reached the Stanley Cup Final in 2018, tickets to the first two games at T-Mobile Arena are a bit cheaper this time around.
A spot check Monday night of various ticket websites showed a standing-room-only ticket in Hyde Lounge selling for $441, not including fees. You can find a “no view” seat in the lounge for around $350.
If you want to sit, the minimum for Section 211 was $521, before fees.
Center ice tickets were ranging from $3,500 to $6,317 for the Saturday opener.
Prices were softening a bit on Tuesday with the lowest price for a Game 1 seat around $421 before fees.
On the very upper end, the highest Game 7 price, should the Final go the maximum games, was $28,812 for a resale ticket, meaning it would easily top $30,000 with fees.
The average price for a ticket to Game 1 is $763, according to Vivid Seats data. In 2018, during the franchise’s first trip to the Final, the average was $1,062.
That was the highest in recent years for a team making its Final debut or returning after a long drought. Last year’s Game 1 between the Tampa Bay Lightning and Colorado Avalanche had an average price of $1,052.
The Avalanche, who hosted Game 1, were playing their first Final game since 2001. When the St. Louis Blues hosted their first Final game in decades in 2019, the average was $869.
For Saturday’s opening game, the lowest-priced available ticket is going for $405 on the Knights’ website, while TickPick lists a no-view, standing room only ticket for $311. The most expensive ticket is $9,750. These prices don’t reflect taxes or fees.
For Game 3, the Panthers’ first Stanley Cup Final home game since 1996, the average price for a ticket at FLA Live Arena is $628, according to Vivid Seats.
At Ticketmaster, the Panthers’ ticket-seller, the lowest-priced ticket is $538. The most expensive ticket is reselling for $9,000 before taxes and fees. The average price for Game 4 is a bit higher at $689.
If the series goes to seven games, fans might need some extra casino winnings to get into the arena. Prices via the Knights’ website range from about $900 to $25,000.