Earlier today, we broke down Boston Bruins tickets on Forbes. Not surprisingly, their two games against the Montreal Canadiens are their top two most expensive games of the years. Here's some of the article:
the season average for Boston Bruins tickets at home is currently $215.39 for the upcoming 2014-15 season. This marks a 31.8% price increase from last season’s average of $163.41 in a year that saw the team enter the Eastern Conference Semifinals. The large rise in season average is primarily due to the team’s top-priced games against the Montreal Canadiens and New York Rangers, whose three collective appearances at TD Garden this season each currently have a secondary market average above $300.
The Canadiens will serve as the opponent in the Bruins’ top two most expensive games in Boston during the upcoming season. A November 22 game currently has an average price of $319.91 on the secondary market, 48.5% above the season average, with a get-in price starting of $118. Montreal will again travel to TD Garden on February 8 and elicit a considerably high premium for Bruins tickets. The average secondary price for February 8 Bruins vs Canadiens tickets is currently listed at $308.70, a 40.3% premium above the season average. The get-in price for the early-February game starts at $113.
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