With Chance To Clinch The Cup, Blackhawks Game 6 Tickets Are Averaging Over $2600 On Secondary Market

(UPDATE 6/15/15) Five games into the Stanley Cup Final, every game has been decided by a one-goal margin. Chicago’s Antoine Vermette scored the game winner in Game 5 with two minutes remaining in the third period to give the Blackhawks a 2-1 win over the Tampa Bay Lightning. The Blackhawks will now be one win away from a Stanley Cup Final win as they head back to Chicago for Game 6. As expected with the possibility of a home Cup clinch, secondary market prices for Blackhawks Final tickets will be at a premium. The current average price for Game 6 tickets $2,655.79 with a get-in price of $1,030.

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Blackhawks Game 6 Tickets 211% More Expensive Than Game 5 Tickets In Tampa

(UPDATE 6/12/15) With the Stanley Cup Final tied 2-2 heading into Game 5, one team will have a chance to win the Cup in Game 6 at United Center. Prices on the secondary market are reflecting that chance as it is the most expensive game of the series. Blackhawks Final tickets for Game 6 currently have an average price of $2,152.61, 211% more expensive than the average for Game 5 in Tampa. The current get-in price of $753 in more expensive than the average for Saturday night’s Game 5.

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After Tying Series, Blackhawks Game 6 Tickets Now Averaging Over $2200 On Secondary Market

(UPDATE 6/11/15) The Chicago Blackhawks needed a win in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final to avoid possible in elimination in Game 5, and a win they got. Brandon Saad delivered the the game-winning goal less than six and a half minutes into the third period of Game 4 on Wednesday night. The series will shift to Tampa Bay for Game 5 on Saturday night and return to Chicago on Monday. Regardless of Game 5’s outcome, there will be an opportunity to win the Cup during Game 6 at United Center. The current average price for Game 6 tickets is $2,213.05, 150.5% more expensive than Game 5. The current get-in price for Blackhawks Final tickets is $729.

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Chicago Blackhawks Game 4 Tickets Now Averaging $1450 On Resale Market

(UPDATE 6/10/15) A late Game 3 goal gave the Tampa Bay Lightning a 2-1 series lead, but the Chicago Blackhawks will attempt to tie up the Stanley Cup Final in Game 4. Game 4 will be played at United Center on Wednesday night and ticket prices are currently high on the secondary market. The current average price of Blackhawks tickets for Game 4 is $1,449.56 with a get-in price of $463. That is going to be 55% more expensive than the average in Tampa for Game 5 on Saturday night, which is below $1,000.

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Blackhawks Game 4 Tickets For Stanley Cup Finals Are Averaging Over $1700 Per Seat On Resale Market

(UPDATE 6/9/15) After taking a 2-1 lead early in the second period, the Chicago Blackhawks allowed the Tampa Bay Lightning to tie the game just 13 seconds later. The Lightning then scored with just over three minutes remaining and held on for a 3-2 win. The Stanley Cup Final will continue on Wednesday night with Game 4 at United Center. The current secondary market average price of Blackhawks Final tickets for Game 4 is $1,703.44 with a get-in price of $518. Should the series return to Chicago for Game 6, the current average is $2,237.20 with a get-in price of $753.

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Blackhawks Stanley Cup Game 3 Tickets Averaging $1163 On Secondary Market

(UPDATE 6/8/15) After taking a series lead in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final, the Chicago Blackhawks were not able to come home looking for a sweep. Instead, the Tampa Bay Lightning were able to come away from Game 2 with a 4-3 win and a tied series. The Final will now shift to United Center for Games 3 and 4. The current secondary market average price of Blackhawks Final tickets for Game 3 on Monday night is $1,1163.26 with a get-in price of $406. Game 4 on Wednesday will be 53% more expensive with an average price of $1,780.75. The get-in price is currently $557.

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Blackhawks Game 3 Tickets For Stanley Cup Finals Are Averaging $1,362 Per Seat

(UPDATE 6/3/15) The Chicago Blackhawks are back in familiar territory at the Stanley Cup Finals for the third time in 5 years.  This Blackhawks were also able to win a Game 7 on the road dispatching the Anaheim Ducks earning another trip to the Stanley Cup Final, where the Blackhawks look sixth Stanley Cup Championship.  Blackhawks ticket for game 3 of this series next Monday at the United Center have a current average price of $1,362.34 on the secondary market and the cheapest seat priced at $412. Blackhawks tickets have an overall average price of $1,716.11 on the secondary market with Game 4 tickets at the United Center are at a whopping $1,582.42 on average on the secondary market.  A potential Game 6 at United Center will see the most expensive tickets of the Final at a secondary average price of $2,147.94 and the cheapest seat to get in priced at $678.

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Blackhawks Stanley Cup Finals Tickets Averaging Over $1700 On Secondary Market

(UPDATE 5/31/15) After their 5-3 victory last night in Anaheim, the Chicago Blackhawks are headed to the Stanley Cup Finals and will face the Tampa Bay Lightning starting on Wednesday in Tampa. The average price for the series $1198 on TicketIQ. The three games in Chicago are averaging $1747, 69% higher than games in Tampa where the averaging is $1063.

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Ducks Game 7 Tickets Now Under $400 On Secondary Market

(UPDATE 5/29/15) The Anaheim Ducks had a chance to put away the Chicago Blackhawks in Game 6, but lost 5-2. Anaheim will now have a chance to win the series at home in a Game 7. Ticket prices will be well below what Blackhawks fans paid to get into United Center for Game 6. Ducks playoff tickets for Game 7 have an average price of $394.22 with a get-in price of $148. The average for Game 6 in Chicago was $707.34 with a get-in price of $233.

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(UPDATE 5/28/15) With a 5-2 win in Game 6, the Chicago Blackhawks forced a Game 7 in the Western Conference Final against the Anaheim Ducks. The deciding game will take place at Honda Center in Anaheim on Saturday night. Currently the average price of Ducks playoff tickets for Game 7 is $410.16 with a get-in price of $159. While that is 20.7% more expensive than Game 5 in Anaheim, it is 42% below the average for Game 6 in Chicago on Wednesday night. In the past three games of the series at least one team has scored five goals, which should make Saturday’s Game 7 and exciting hockey game.

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Blackhawks Game 6 Tickets Vs Ducks Now Averaging $431 on Secondary Market

(UPDATE 5/27/15) Ticket prices for Game 6 of the Western Conference Final started at a high note once Game 5 concluded. However, Blackhawks playoff tickets have dropped 35% since Monday night, leaving a relative steal for those in Chicago waiting for the last minute to purchase tickets. The current average price for Game 6 is $389.52, which would make it the least expensive game played in Chicago this year. The get-in price has also dropped from $187 to $129. If the Blackhawks are able to force a Game 7, the average price is currently $431 with a get-in price of $154 Saturday night at Honda Center in Anaheim.

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Blackhawks Game 6 Tickets are 33.5% More Expensive Than Ducks Game 7 Tickets on Resale Market

(UPDATE 5/26/15) After giving up a two goal lead with less than two minutes to play in Game 5, the Anaheim Ducks won in overtime to take a 3-2 series lead over the Chicago Blackhawks in the Western Conference Final. The series will now shift to Chicago for Game 6 in what will possibly be the last game of the series, should Anaheim win. Blackhawks playoff tickets for Game 6 currently have an average price of $602.97 on the secondary market with a get-in price of $187. The average will be 33.5% more expensive than the current price of a potential Game 7 in Anaheim. Ducks playoff tickets for a possible Game 7 on Saturday is $451.49 with a get-in price of $154.

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Blackhawks Game 4 Tickets vs Ducks Averaging $491 On Secondary Market

(UPDATE 5/22/15) The Chicago Blackhawks had a few chances to tie Game 3 late, but could not stop a 2-1 defeat against the Anaheim Ducks. Chicago now trails in the Western Conference Final 2-1 heading into Saturday’s Game 4 at United Center. The loss has not discouraged the Chicago faithful as Blackhawks playoff tickets still have an average price of $490.61 and a get-in price of $198 on the secondary market. The series will then shift back to Anaheim for Game 5 on Monday, where prices are much less expensive with an average of $241.21 and a get-in price of $95.

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Blackhawks Game 3 Tickets Are Averaging $482 On Secondary Market

UPDATE (5/21/15) The home team was able to take a 2-1 series lead in the Eastern Conference and the Chicago Blackhawks will hope the same thing can happen out West. Chicago will host the Anaheim Ducks in Game 3 of the Western Conference Final on Thursday night at United Center. With the chance to go up 2-1 in the series, Blackhawks playoff tickets are still at a premium on the secondary market. The current average price for Game 3 is $480.66 with a get-in price of $175. The price is very similar to Game 4 on Saturday night with an average of $482.44 and a get-in price of $194.

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Blackhawks vs Ducks Game 3 Tickets in Chicago Are Averaging $466 On Resale Market

(UPDATE 5/20/15) It took three overtimes, but the Chicago Blackhawks were able to leave Anaheim with a Western Conference Final tied 1-1. After a header from Brandon Saad was waved off as a goal in the second overtime, Marcus Kruger was able to score in the third extra period to even the series. Now the Blackhawks and the Ducks will head to United Center for Game 3 on Thursday night. On the secondary market, Blackhawks playoff tickets have an average price of $465.92 with a get-in price of $171. Game 4 on Saturday night currently has an average price of $500.15 with a get-in price of $183.

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Ducks Game 2 Tickets vs Blackhawks Are Now Averaging $240 Per Seat On Resale Market

(UPDATE 5/19/15) Anaheim will hope to take a commanding 2-0 series lead over Chicago in Game 2 of the Western Conference Final. After a rather decisive 4-1 win in Game 1, the Ducks will try to keep both their offense rolling and Chicago’s under control. Ducks playoff tickets for Tuesday night’s Game 2 have an average price of $239.90 on the secondary market with a get-in price of $83. That is 16.5% below the average price from Game 1 on Sunday afternoon. Anaheim went up 2-0 in both of their previous series during the Stanley Cup Playoffs, against the Winnipeg Jets and Calgary Flames. The Ducks won those two series in a sweep and in five games, respectively.

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Ducks Game 2 Tickets Are Averaging $280 Per Seat On Resale Market

(UPDATE 5/18/15) During Game 1 of the Western Conference Final, the Anaheim Ducks took full control. They handled the Chicago Blackhawks on both sides of the ice and came away with a 4-1 victory. With a 1-0 series lead, the Ducks will again take the ice in Game 2 on Tuesday night at Honda Center. Ducks playoff tickets for the game have an average price of $279.67 with a get-in price of $105. Win or lose. Game 3 will see much higher prices on the secondary market with a current average of $410.59. However, the get-in price is a very similar $106.

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Ducks Game 1 Tickets vs Blackhawks Are Averaging $299 on Resale Market

(UPDATE 5/14/15) Dates and times have finally been announced for the Western Conference Final. The series will start Sunday afternoon in Anaheim and will be played every other day, except for Game 7, until its conclusion. A possible Game 7 would be at Honda Center next Saturday, May 30, with the Stanley Cup Final starting shortly after. Below is the schedule for the Western Conference Final, with times in Eastern and Local:

Game 1 - Sunday, May 17 - Honda Center - 3pm ET/12pm PT

Game 2 - Tuesday, May 19 - Honda Center - 9pm ET/6pm PT

Game 3 - Thursday, May 21- United Center - 8pm ET/7pm CT

Game 4 - Saturday, May 23 - United Center - 8pm ET/7pm CT

Game 5* - Monday, May 25 - Honda Center - 9pm ET/6pm PT

Game 6* - Wednesday, May 27 - United Center - 8pm ET/7pm CT

Game 7* - Saturday, May 29 - Honda Center - 8pm ET/5pm PT

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2015 Blackhawks vs. Ducks Conference Finals Playoff Tickets Are 66% Higher At United Center

(5/11/15) A place in the Stanley Cup Final and potential to hoist the Campbell Bowl will run through Anaheim. With a 3-2 overtime win against the Calgary Flames in Game 5, the Anaheim Ducks advanced to the Western Conference Finals. They will meet the Chicago Blackhawks, who swept the Minnesota Wild in the semifinals. This will be Chicago’s third straight appearance in the Conference Finals and their fifth appearance in the past seven seasons. The Ducks have not been the the Conference Finals since winning the Stanley Cup in 2007.

Anaheim will have the home ice advantage in the series, with the possibility of hosting four home games. As has been the case with most games played at Honda Center this season, secondary market prices are relatively low compared to what prices could be and how well the team is playing. The average price for Ducks playoff tickets across the potential four home games of the series is $449.60. However, the first two home games of the series have an average price of just $358.16.

Prices will be slightly higher when the series shifts to United Center for Games 3, 4 and potentially 6. Games in Chicago will be 66% more expensive on the secondary market. The current average price for Blackhawks playoff tickets is $748.20. Each home game has an average price of at least $645, with Game 6 having a potential average of $925.09. This year’s Blackhawks tickets for the Conference Finals are 27.8% more expensive than the Conference Finals last season against the Los Angeles Kings. That series, in which Chicago held the home ice advantage, had an average of $585.03. The series needed seven games and Game 7 had an average price of $718.57.

The Ducks and Blackhawks met three times in the regular season. In each game, the Ducks scored just one goal, but were able to pull out a 1-0 win in the first on October 28. Chicago won the other two meetings, both by a 4-1 score.

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