With High Expectations, Rangers Playoff Tickets At Four-Year High

Apr 11 2014, 1:53pm CDT | by

If the NHL playoffs started today, The New York Rangers would face off against long-time rivals Philadelphia Flyers. It would be the tenth time that the two divisional rivals have met in the playoffs. It’s been 17 years since the last time the two teams met in the playoffs. As a result of this potential match-up as well as high expectations, Rangers Playoff tickets are more expensive than they’ve been in the last four years. At an average price on the secondary market of $426, tickets at Madison Square Garden are 243% more expensive than Flyers playoff tickets for their round one match-up. Every round one game at Wells Fargo has a get-in price of under $100, with the most expensive game being game three, for which prices start at $73. Right now, the cheapest ticket for a home Rangers playoff game is $134, which is for game three. Below is an overview of the last four years of Rangers playoff ticket prices.

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2014 Event name Opponent Avg ask price
April 17th NHL Divisional Semifinals:   vs. TBD – Home Game 1 TBD 358.34
April 19th NHL Divisional Semifinals:   vs. TBD – Home Game 2 TBD 417.33
April 25th NHL Divisional Semifinals:   vs. TBD – Home Game 3 TBD 494.96
April 27th NHL Divisional Semifinals:   vs. TBD – Home Game 4 TBD 506.55
 $444.30
2013 Event name Opponent Avg ask price
May 6th NHL Quarterfinals:   vs. Washington Capitals: Home Game 1 Capitals 287.38
May 8th NHL Quarterfinals:   vs. Washington Capitals: Home Game 2 Capitals 294.51
May 12th NHL Quarterfinals:   vs. Washington Capitals: Home Game 3 Capitals 395.5
 $325.80
2012 Event name Opponent Avg ask price
April 12th NHL Quarterfinals:   vs. Ottawa Senators – Home Game 1 Senators 297.48
April 14th NHL Quarterfinals:   vs. Ottawa Senators – Home Game 2 Senators 343.82
April 21st NHL Quarterfinals:   vs. Ottawa Senators – Home Game 3 Senators 317.21
April 26th NHL Quarterfinals:   vs. Ottawa Senators – Home Game 4 Senators 339.79
 $324.58
2011 Event name Opponent Avg ask price
April 17th NHL Quarterfinals:   vs. Washington Capitals – Home Game 1 Capitals 343.92
April 20th NHL Quarterfinals:   vs. Washington Capitals – Home Game 2 Capitals 297.21
April 25th NHL Quarterfinals:   vs. Washington Capitals – Home Game 3 Capitals 342.25
 $319.73

While tickets are as expensive as they’ve been in recent years, fans who are looking to get to the game without paying quite as much as tickets are currently selling for should wait it out. Over the last two years, the average price for Rangers round one home playoff games dropped 27% between the onsale and the day of the game.
For a full list of NHL Playoff prices by team, visit the TiqIQ Blog/>

 
 
 

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