Rangers Game 7 Tickets vs Caps Are Up 51% On Secondary Market Since Monday

May 13, 2015

(UPDATE 5/13/2015) Ticket prices for Wednesday night's game 7 between the New York Rangers and Washington Capitals have increased significantly on the secondary market, jumping 51% since Monday. The current average price is now $1129, and the get-in price has jumped to $485. That get-in price is up42% over that same time. As of Wednesday morning, there are almost 900 tickets still available. If you'd like to be in MSG tonight, click on the link below:

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(UPDATE 5/11/2015) It’s going seven. As all games during the Stanley Cup Playoff series between the New York Rangers and Washington Capitals have been decided by one goal, it’s fitting the series will be decided by one final game. With a 4-3 win over the Capitals on Sunday night, the Rangers were able to force a Game 7 back at Madison Square Garden after being down three games to one in the series. Game 7 will take place Wednesday night at 7:30. Currently the average price of Rangers playoff tickets for Game 7 is $761.36 with a get-in price of $341. That price is actually 1.3% below the average price for Game 2, which was the most expensive home game in New York of the series.








NY Rangers Game 5 Tickets vs Capitals Are Down 22% Since End Of Game 4

(UPDATE 5/7/15) The New York Rangers are skating along thin ice. After  2-1 loss to the Washington Capitals in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals, the Rangers find themselves heading back to Madison Square Garden on the brink of elimination. Down 3-1, the Rangers must win three in a row to move on to the Eastern Conference Finals. With one more win, the Capitals will take that spot. Rangers playoff tickets for Game 5 have dropped 22% on the secondary market since the loss in Game 4. The average price for the game is now $339.67 with a get-in price of $142.  



2015 Capitals Vs Rangers Playoff Tickets For Game 3 Are Down 22% On Secondary Market

(UPDATE 5/4/15) The New York Rangers and Washington Capitals will be heading to D.C. with a tied series. After Washington took a 1-0 series lead, they dropped Game 2 to head back to the Verizon Center with the series evened up. After the loss, Capitals playoff tickets have dropped 25% for Game 3 on Monday night. The average price for the game is now $161.60 with a get-in price of $55. The average price for Game 4 on Wednesday night is $215.96 with a get-in price of $69.


2015 Rangers vs. Capitals Playoff Tickets Are 108% More Expensive At Madison Square Garden Than Verizon Center

(4/28/15) It’s the Stanley Cup Playoffs, so naturally the New York Rangers and Washington Capitals will be playing each other. This will mark the fourth time in the past five seasons these two teams have met in the postseason. Only one other time did it not come in the opening round, a seven-game Rangers series win in 2012 in the semifinals. The Rangers had home ice advantage in that series, as they will in the one upcoming.

For the four possible games of the series to be held at Madison Square Garden, Rangers playoff tickets have a $692.22 average price on the secondary market. That is, of course, skewed by possible Games 5 and 7, which are significantly more expensive than the first two guaranteed games at the Garden. Game 3 has an average price of $741.72, while a potential Game 7 has an average price of $999.93. Games 1 and 2 have a combined average of $579.98.

If the recent playoff history between these two teams is any indication, this series could be going long. The past two series have gone seven games, with the Rangers having won both. That could also allow Washington to host three games in this series at the Verizon Center. While the price of Capitals playoff tickets is more expensive than they have been in the past three series against the Rangers, games at the Garden will still be 108% more expensive. The average price for Washington’s three potential home games is $332.18.

From the 2012 series, which also took place in the semifinals, prices will be 38% more expensive in New York, but just 3% more expensive in D.C.

During the regular season the Rangers and Capitals played four times. The Rangers won three with each of the four games being decided by at least two goals.

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