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How To Find Cheapest Game 7 Bruins Stanley Cup Finals Tickets at TD Garden
Despite the glut of championship tickets, it doesn't seem that ticket appetite has diminished for Boston sports fans. For their third Stanley Cup Finals this decade, this is currently the most expensive we've tracked, based on the cheapest ticket available. Below are prices for the previous games over the 2019 Stanley Cup Final at Boston Garden. With Game 7 prices as high as they are, prices are approaching Super Bowl levels, with the cheap seats breaking the $2,000 mark.
Game 1 NHL STANLEY CUP FINALS - Tickets from $670
Game 2 NHL STANLEY CUP FINALS - Tickets from $548
Game 5 NHL STANLEY CUP FINALS - Tickets from $485
For fans looking to get the best deals on 2019 Stanley Cup Finals tickets in Boston, prices on ticket for game 5 in Boston start at $485. While prices are as high as ever for Bruins tickets Stanley Cup Finals tickets, they're a relatively bargain compared to Patriots tickets in the Super Bowl, and almost twice as expensive as Red Sox Tickets from the World Series of years past.
Boston Bruins vs. Columbus Blue Jackets
- Series average asking price: $429
- Boston average asking price/get-in price: $322/$95
- Columbus average asking price/get-in price: $295/$151
|BRUINS EASTERN CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS|
|Game 1||April 25, 2019||FROM $115|
|Game 2||April 27, 2019||FROM $182|
|Game 5||May 4, 2019||FROM $95|
|Game 7||May 8, 2019||FROM $243|
This series has the NHL’s highest average asking price on the secondary market and the average for a game at Toronto is also the highest in the NHL. These teams have a rich playoff history, and you only have to look to last season to get a taste of the excitement – the Bruins eliminated the Maple Leafs in seven games in the second round. This series marks the 16th time the teams have met in the postseason.
Boston Bruins vs. Toronto Maple Leafs
- Series average asking price: $429
- Boston average asking price/get-in price: $281/$31
- Toronto average asking price/get-in price: $626/$179
|Game 1 @ BOS||$201||$31|
|Game 2 @ BOS||$289||$39|
|Game 3 @ TOR||$645||$179|
|Game 4 @ TOR||$607||$262|
|Game 5 @ BOS||$305||$110|
|Game 6 @ TOR||$625||$302|
|Game 7 @ BOS||$329||$110|
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How To Find Cheapest Blues Stanley Cup Finals Tickets At Enterprise Center
After a Game 5 Win in Boston, The St. Louis Blues are One Game Away from their first Stanley Cup Title in Team History. Prices for a potential clinching game at Enterprise Center have doubled since the the Game 5 win, as the below chart shows. TicketIQ has Low Price Guarantees on Stanley Cup Tickets, which 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 average of 5%-20%.
With their game six victory of the San Jose Sharks, the St. Louis Blues have advanced to their first Stanley Cup Final since 1970, their fourth year of existence when they played home games at St. Louis Arena. For Blues fans looking to get their first taste of a Stanley Cup in a couple generations, ticket prices on the secondary market for Game 6 on June 9th will run fans around $1100 after fees. Based on the cheapest ticket available across the series, Blues Tickets are the 3rd most expensive price that we've tracked this decade. While primary market tickets are sold out nevertheless important to check Ticketmaster regularly for details around additional ticket releases.
For now, fans should assume that the secondary ticket market is the best and only way to find Blues Stanley Cup Finals tickets. Below are prices and links for each game, after fees.
As the below tweet shows, the 2019 Blues trail only the 2014 Rangers and 2018 Washington Capitals for the most expensive 'get-in' price, which is the cheapest ticket available at Enterprise Center. Like the Blues, the Capitals were seeking their first-ever Stanley Cup championship. The Rangers were seeking their first title in 20 years. Both of the other teams on the list, the Predators and the Sharks, were also seeking their first ever Stanley Cup Championship.
Since start of the #StanleyCup finals, 🎟️ prices are up 6% for 1st #StanleyCupFinals game in #STLouis in 49 years 🎼 #StlBlues now have 3rd most $$$ #SCF this decade 📈 Cheapest GM3 ticket is $769 with lower level from $1,385 👉 https://t.co/jQQnRV6krl pic.twitter.com/AMFoc8ROC9— TicketIQ (@Ticket_IQ) June 1, 2019
For the 2019 Western Conference Final at Enterprise Center, Blues tickets are very affordable, at least compared to ticket prices for other conference finals this decade. At a $267 average price across all the potential home games in the series, it's only more expensive than the 2012 Coyotes visit. Despite the modest prices, tickets are almost completely sold out via Ticketmaster or the team's site. The lone exception to that are tickets are tickets in the rinkside club section, which are in the first four rows of the 100s level and are going for $600 each. For all else, the secondary market is the best option.
Fans looking to just get in should expect to pay around $120 for 300-level tickets in the upper rows for the first two games at Enterprise Center. With TicketIQ's Low Price Guarantee, if you find the same ticket for less (after fees) on any other major secondary site like StubHub or Seatgeek, TicketIQ will give you 200% of the difference toward the purchase.
Lower level non-club seats start around $200 in section 122, where the Sharks will shoot twice and around $300 for section 110, where the Blues shoot twice. 100 level clubs seats start around $400, as the below seatview shows.
While prices at the SAP Center are historically cheap when it comes to all Western Conference Final ticket prices, they're also about 5% cheaper than the last time the Sharks and Blues faced off in a WCF series, in 2016 when the Sharks defeated the Blues in six games to advance to their only Stanley Cup Final. Currently ticket prices for Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals at SAP are going for over $700, which makes the prices for the Western Finals seem like an ever better value. TicketIQ is a ticket marketplace with a Low Price Guarantee on all NHL Tickets. With TicketIQ's Low Price Guarantee , if you find the same ticket for less (after fees) on any other major secondary site like StubHub or Seatgeek, TicketIQ will give you 200% of the difference toward the purchase.
With the convincing 4-1 win against the Dallas Stars in Dallas, the Blues have forced a game 7. The Central Division rivals also went to a Game 7 when they met in the second round three years ago. That series finale was played in Dallas, where the Blues scored three times in the first period and went on to a 6-1 win. As the below infographics shows, that game was almost 20% more expensive than the game Tuesday at Enterprise Center. It's also 6% cheaper than the last Blues Game 7 hosted in Saint Louis, which was for the 2016 Quaterfinals against the Blackhawks.
Below is a breakdown of cheapest 🎟 by section
- 300-level mezzanine tickets from $123
- $100-Level tickets $215
- Terrace tickets at Center ice start at $261
- Suite Level from $306
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How To Find Get Cheapest Game 5 Stanley Cup Finals Tickets At TD Garden
With the series tied at two games apiece the Bruins are returning home for game 5 of the Stanley Cup Finals on Thursday. Despite the glut of Boston Championships this decade, demand for tickets from Boston fans doesn't seem to be letting up. TicketIQ has Low Price Guarantees on all Bruins Stanley Cup Playoff tickets for games at TD Garden. For game 5, prices start at $622 compared to $1115 for a potential game 7. Primary market tickets are sold out for both game 5 and 7 on Ticketmaster.com, which means that the secondary market is the only options for ticket buyers looking to see the Bruins win their 7th Stanley Cup in franchise history.Read More →