Where To Find Cheapest Washington Capitals Tickets + Face Value Options

One season removed form their reign as Stanley Cup champs, Washington Capitals tickets are more affordable than at any point this decade. There are also unsold face value tickets available directly from the team for every game. Below is a seating chart showing face-value availability for a medium-demand game. Face value tickets start as low as $43 for the lowest-demand games and going as high as $84 for the highest-demand games.

Opening night on October 5th has face value tickets starting from $72, which is about 5% cheaper than prices on the secondary ticket market. The cheapest lower-level face value prices start at $108 and go as high as $179 for the highest-demand games.


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Where to Buy 2019-20 Washington Capitals Tickets?

Tickets are available directly from the team for all home games via Ticketmaster, with several hundred tickets available for sale in the upper level for most games and a bit less than that in the lower 100 level for most games. Less than 100 Club Concourse tickets are available in the 200-level directly from the team.

5 and 10 game mini plans are available directly from the team and come with access to pre-sales for any Stanley Cup Playoff games. 10-game plans start as low as $59 per game for 400-level corner seats in end end the Capitals defend twice. The most expensive 10-game plan is for VIP Row C, which is three rows off the glass.

How Much Are 2019-20 Washington Capitals Tickets

On the secondary ticket market, ticket prices start as low as $25 for weeknight games, while the most expensive games have the cheapest tickets starting at $100. Opening night against the Hurricanes has tickets under $70 for the cheapest tickets while the most expensive tickets start at $332 for tickets in section 100 and 111. Club tickets for the opening game start at $156. The most expensive game is the February 23rd game against the Penguins, with a ticket in section 431 going for $100, while the most expensive tickets start at $483 for tickets in section 100 and 111.

Overall, 10 regular season games have the cheapest tickets between $75 and $100, while sixteen games have the cheapest tickets under $50, including the sole visit on March 24th from defending Stanley Cup champions, St. Louis Blues.

Face value tickets start as low as $43 for the lowest-demand games and going as high as $84 for the highest demand games. Opening night on October 5th has face value tickets starting from $68. The cheapest lower-level face value prices start at $108 and go as high as $179 for the highest demand games.


TicketIQ is committed to the cheapest tickets possible, and we make much less on sold out tickets compared to other major marketplaces like StubHub and Vivid. That means ticket buyers save from up to 25% on TicketIQ on sports, music and theater. We're able to do this because we also work with teams, venues, and other ticket owners, to help them sell tickets at face price, directly to consumers like you, through Ticketmaster and AXS. For an overview of the 2019 NHL Ticket Buying landscape, and details on the cheapest way to get tickets for every team, visit the TicketIQ Blog.

Washington Capitals 2018-19 Ticket Market Overview:

A year after winning the first Stanley Cup in franchise history, demand for Washington Capitals tickets is on the rise. Below is how Capitals tickets stack up on the secondary market across the league. As you can see below, 2018-19 Capitals tickets are up 15% compared to last season, and are the second most expensive since 2011, when secondary ticket marketplace TicketIQ.com began tracking data. The most expensive ticket of the decade was $145 for the 2016-17 season, the second of three consecutive seasons that the Caps won the Metropolitan Division. Washington lost in the second round of the playoffs in both 2015-16 and 2016-17.

Where to Buy Tickets:

With a $144 average asking price, Capitals tickets are ranked No. 13 across the NHL -- as compared to No. 20 last season. The priciest ticket in the league this year is for the $332 for a Toronto Maple Leafs home game. Capitals season tickets are available through the team website and season tickets holders get access to Club Red 365 events, a discount on seller fees when reselling tickets through Ticketmaster, and a 20 percent discount on team merchandise. Single-game tickets are available through partner Ticketmaster for most games, though primary market tickets are sold out for the October 10 Stanley Cup rematch against the Vegas Golden Knights. Tickets for that game are available through TicketIQ.com, including $47 for a seat in the upper mezzanine and seats behind the team benches in Section Main Concourse 100 starting at $186.

Top 5 Games On The 2018-19 Capitals Schedule:

The most expensive game of the season isn't the Stanley Cup rematch, but rather the October 3 Bruins at Caps game, which is trending at $485 a ticket, making it the fifth most expensive game in the NHL this season. The average asking price has nothing to do with the opponent -- October 3 is not only the home opener, but the Caps will raise the Stanley Cup banner that night. The team did not offer any discount tickets for this game, and as enthusiasm mounts and the date gets closer, prices will likely rise. TicketIQ.com has seats available, including many with the company's Low Price Guarantee, throughout the arena for the game. The next four most expensive range in price from $176-$186 on the secondary market, and are, in order: March 24 against Philadelphia, February 24 against New York, December 27 against Carolina and February 3 against Boston. 

Top 5 Capitals Games 2018-19 


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