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Season tickets, partial plans and single-game New York Rangers tickets are currently on sale via the Rangers website through partner Ticketmaster. Single-game tickets went on sale on Friday, September 13 via Ticketmaster, and many games, including November 12 against Pittsburgh, December 6 against Montreal, and January 21 against the New York Islanders are already nearly sold out on the primary market. Below is an example of a Rangers seating chart with a good amount of unsold face value options.
On the secondary market, TicketIQ has Low Price Guarantees on New York Rangers tickets for all games on the 2019-20 schedule, and on all NHL tickets. That means that if you find a secondary market ticket for less on a site like StubHub or SeatGeek, we’ll give you 200% of the difference in ticket credit. TicketIQ customers save an an average of 5%-20% compared to StubHub and SeatGeek. Below are the cheapest tickets on the secondary ticket market for sold out Rangers tickets at Madison Square Garden.
Face Value tickets for the lower-demand games start at $69 and run as high as $120 for the highest-demand games. The cheapest ticket for Center Ice section 117 is $295 for lower-demand games and $356 for the higher-demand games.
With a $270 average asking price on the secondary market, the Rangers have the second priciest tickets across the NHL. The highest average is $301 for a Toronto Maple Leafs home game. Rangers tickets are up $9 from last season and are tied with 2017-18 as the second priciest of the decade. Fans drove the average up to $318 in 2016-17, a year after the Rangers won the Metropolitan Division and advanced to the Eastern Conference Finals.
The priciest game on the secondary market will be the December 27 Carolina Hurricanes game, which is trending at $377 and the cheapest ticket is $159. All of the Top 10 games have an average asking price of $323 or above and two games against the cross-town Islanders are among the Top 10.
On the secondary market, the cheapest game to get into is currently October 22 against Arizona, for which the cheapest seat is $74.
Fans can choose between two half-season plans, and four quarter-season (11-game) packages, and ticket holders get priority for playoff tickets, discounts at the MSG Team store, and can manage tickets online.
Fans who purchase full, half, or quarter-season tickets can choose their seats. Season tickets are still available in Sections 101-104, 106, 112, and 116-120. The cheapest seats start at $6,144 in Section 102 behind the goal. Half-season White Plan tickets are available in Sections 3D,101-104, 208, 117, 118, 120, and 212 and the least expensive ticket is $2,553,50 in Section 212. Remaining half-season seats for the Blue Plan are in Sections 8D, 10 WCD,102-104, 107, 116, 118, 120, 213, 214, and 221. Seats in Section 214 on the corner start at $2,636, while fans wanting to get closer to the action, will play $19,627 for seats in Sections 8D or 10WCD.
There are four quarter-season plans to choose from, and the Value Plan starts at $1,476 for Section 101 on the corner behind the net. Seats in the 100 sections are available for all quarter plans.
MSG offers premium seating throughout the arena. The Lounges are located on the Bridge Level with multiple lounges available for groups of between 28-126. Lounges can be purchased with custom food-and-beverage packages.
Suites are located on the upper levels and have private entrances, premium menus and plush seats. Inside the suites, fans will find club chairs, a video wall and exclusive dining options.
The most exclusive club at MSG is the Madison Club, a members-only club that gives fans access to Rangers and Knicks games, as well as other big-name sporting events from boxing to college basketball.
MSG now has mobile ticketing, the preferred method of entry for the Rangers. The Madison Square Garden App is available via the App Store or Google Play, and fans can buy, sell or transfer tickets with the app. The Rangers provide an extensive FAQ section about the app.
For Rangers tickets, Glass seats are section 7,8,9 and 3,2,1 on the goalline while side sections include section 4,5,6 and 10,11, 12 and include a single row, row AA. Goal line section start at row AA, followed by row 1 to 5, or 4.
100-level sections run from 101 to 119, with goaline sections ranging from 101-103 and 111-113. Corner sections are 110, 114, 120 and 104. Side sections range from 105-109 and 115-119.
200-level center tickets include 213, 212, 211, 210, 209, 222, 223, 224, 225 and 226, while corner tickets include 227, 221, 214, 215 and 208. 200-level goaline sections include 216-220 and 201-207. Baseline rows start at row 1 and end at row 6. Baseline rows range from row 1 to row 6, while sidecourt rows start at row 1 and go to row 22.
North Bridge and rows range from 1 to 3, with row 3 as a Barstool row and labeled BS3. South Bridge rows range from row to 2, with seat numbers running from seat 1 to seat 25.
300-level seats include the West Bridge side of the venue, which has two rows and the East side of the 300-levels, which includes three rows, one of which is a barstool seat, labeled BS3.
Fans seated in Delta Sky Club seats for a Rangers game get access to the 360 Club, Club Bar and Grill and will have a private entrance into the arena. In-seat wait service with complimentary food and non-alcoholic beverages is included in the game ticket. Additionally, fans will get exclusive views of the MSG Broadcast Studio from the 360 Club. The Delta Sky Club will be accessible for all fans with tickets in Sections 4 through 6 and 10 through 12 (which are known as the Delta Sky 360 Club seats). Another area where fans will have access to the Delta Sky Club is found in the first two rows (Row AA and Row A) of Baseline Club sections 1 through 3, and 7 through 9.
Fans seated in the premium seats near center ice on the lower seating tier (sections 106-108 and 116-118) will have access to the Club Bar and Grill, which features sit-down dining tables, a large bar and multiple televisions. In-seat wait service is also included for fans in these seats (all food and drink cost extra).