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TicketIQ's pricing data has been featured in major publications such as The Wall Street Journal, CNN, Forbes, Mashable, and many others. TicketIQ does not charge any service fees, so the prices you see above are the final prices paid by our customers. On average, customers save 10%-15% per order when comparing prices to other secondary exchanges, which makes TicketIQ the cheapest source for tickets on the secondary market!

How To Find The Cheapest 2020-21 NHL Tickets

2020-21 NHL Season Update

The NHL and NHL Players' Association have announced several important updates for the 2020-21 season.

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How to Find The Cheapest Devils Tickets This March

The Devils play their home games at the Prudential Center in Newark. The Devils will have several theme nights in March, including Video Game Night on March 6 and Kids Day on March 28. The Prudential Center will also be offering the "Bud Pack" on Thursdays, which includes a $15 concession credit per two tickets, The "Family Pack," which includes a $10 concession credit per ticket when a minimum of four are purchased, are available for most games. 

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Where to Find The Cheapest Devils vs. Rangers Tickets

How Much Are New Jersey Devils vs. New York Rangers tickets on 3/7/20

A limited amount of primary market tickets remain available via Ticketmaster. Face value prices for the game start at $149 for section 419, row 4. Tickets is section 210 starts at $169. Prices for the Chase Bridges at center ice start at $208. The most expensive primary market tickets available are in section 11ED row A and 11WD row A. Those tickets start at $1340.

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Prudential Center Seating Chart + Rows, Seat Numbers and Club Seats Info

For Sold Out Seats and Events, TicketIQ has Low Price Guarantees on all sold out events at Prudential Center for the New Jersey Devils, Seton Hall Pirates men's basketball as well as concerts. That means that if you find a secondary market ticket for less on a site like StubHub or Vivid Seats, we’ll give you 200% of the difference in ticket credit. TicketIQ customers save up to 25% compared to other secondary sites. TicketIQ also provides access to unsold face-value tickets for all events at Prudential Center  via Ticketmaster.

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Where to Find Cheapest NY Rangers Vs. NJ Devils Tickets for 2019-20 Season

Crosstown Rivals New York Rangers and New Jersey Devils play each other 4 times during the 2019-20 NHL season, with two games at Madison Square Garden and two games at Prudential Center.

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Where to Find Cheapest NJ Devils Vs. Jets 2019 Opening Night Tickets

The New Jersey Devils kick off the 2019 season on October 4th against the Winnipeg Jets.  For Devils fans looking to get tickets, the cheapest option is directly from the Devils, via Ticketmaster. The below screenshot shows the cheapest ticket for opening night, which is located in section 119, for $78.  On the secondary market, the cheapest ticket in section 119 costs $100.

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Where to Find Cheapest New Jersey Devils Tickets + Face Value Options

With the first selection of the 2019 NHL draft, the Devils chose Jack Hughes, the American forward widely expected to be the next big NHL superstar.  They also traded for exciting defenseman P.K. Subban. Despite the big off-season additions, Devils ticket prices for home games at The Prudential Center on the secondary ticket market are down from last season and at their lowest point since 2011.

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NHL Tickets Midseason Report: Maple Leafs, Rangers & Bruins Are Most Expensive, Blue Jackets & Islanders Prices On The Rise

Among the NHL teams with the top five average asking prices on the secondary market, two experienced significant price drops between the start of the season and the midway point, and one has experienced a nearly 20% jump in average asking price. All of the moves are tied to the teams’ success – or failure – on the ice.

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