Earlier today we broke down New York Rangers tickets on Forbes, and the 18% jump in price following their Stanley Cup Final run. Here is some of that article:
... the season average for Rangers tickets is currently $211.63 on the secondary market, marking a 17.7% increase from last season’s average of $179.84. The extensive jump in price is largely attributed to the team’s deep playoff push from a season ago and their three top-priced games of the season, which will be played against the New Jersey Devils, Toronto Maple Leafs and Chicago Blackhawks.
The Devils travel to MSG twice this season, but their first visit to the Garden on December 27 serves as the most expensive home game on the Rangers schedule. The average secondary price for Rangers vs Devils tickets for the late-December game is currently $299.52, 41.5% above the Rangers’ season average at home, with a get-in price starting of $126. Despite their mediocre play in recent years, the ever-expensive Maple Leafs head to New York for the Rangers’ home opener and bring with them the second most expensive game at MSG this season at an average of $292.69, 38.3% above the season average, and a get-in price of $117. The Blackhawks will round off the Rangers’ top three most expensive games on March 18, with an average price currently listed at $284.56, with a get-in price of $65.
... The Rangers will host their least expensive game against the Hurricanes on October 16, a game that currently has an average secondary market price of $152.95. That price is $3 higher than the most expensive home game on the Hurricanes schedule all season long – against the Islanders on October 10 with an average price of $149.05.
To read the rest of this article, head over to Forbes.