Where to Find The Cheapest New Jersey Devils Tickets + 2021-22 Schedule

Where To Buy 2021-22 New Jersey Devils Tickets & When Do Tickets Go On Sale

Primary market face-value single-game tickets for the 2021-22 preseason and regular season are available via Ticketmaster.

On the secondary market, TicketIQ has Fee-Free New Jersey Devils tickets which also include a Refund Guarantee. Our Refund Guarantee states that if an event is canceled or deemed unfit for fans to attend, TicketIQ will refund ticket buyers in as soon as 15 days. That means that you can buy from TicketIQ worry-free. Customers on TicketIQ save between 15%-25% compared to other secondary market ticketing sites. 

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How Much Are 2021-22 New Jersey Devils Tickets

The average price for Devils tickets on the secondary market is $182, which is an increase of 82% from the 2019-20 season. For the home opening game against the Blackhawks the cheapest ticket is available for $60, with the cheapest lower level ticket starting around $100. The cheaper games at Prudential Center, like match-ups against the Wild, Sharks, Panthers, Senators, Flames, and Blue Jackets, start at right around $30, with lower level seats starting around $40. The most expensive games of the season, like games against the Rangers, start at just under $80. For those games,  the cheapest lower level ticket start at just over $110.

New Jersey Devils 2021-22 Attendance Policy

Information regarding the New Jersey Devils updated 2021-22 attendance policy and potential capacity limits has not been released. This information is expected to be released closer to the start of the 2021 -22 regular season.

New Jersey Devils 2021-22 Season Tickets & Partial Plans

Season tickets and partial plans are available via Ticketmaster. Season ticket prices range from $1782 to $5,798 per seat.

Partial plans come in three options: the All-Star Plan (12 games), the Weekend Plan (10 games), and a build you own option (12 games). You can learn more about these partial plans by visiting the Devils website. 

New Jersey Devils Suites & Premium Seating

Private luxury suites are also available for the 2021-22 season. These suites sit up to six people, and include a starter snack package as well as the ability to pre-order from our suite menu prior to the game. There are also single-night loge boxes available, and include 4 game tickets.

Fans can also enjoy The Lofts, which is a premium club "inspired by the classic vibe of old New Jersey".  According to the team website "The Lofts deliver exceptional views, outstanding aesthetics, all-inclusive dining and an unparalleled overall event experience." Loge Boxes, Loft Table and Loft Seats can be found here. 

For more information visit the Devils premium seating web page. 

New Jersey Devils 2021-22 Schedule


Oct. 15 Chicago
Oct. 19 Seattle
Oct. 21 Washington
Oct. 23 Buffalo
Oct. 26 Calgary
Oct. 30 at Pittsburgh
Oct. 31 Columbus
Nov. 2 at Anaheim
Nov. 5 at Los Angeles
Nov. 6 at San Jose
Nov. 9 Florida
Nov. 11 N.Y. Islanders
Nov. 13 Boston
Nov. 14 at N.Y. Rangers
Nov. 16 Ottawa
Nov. 18 at Florida
Nov. 20 at Tampa Bay
Nov. 24 Minnesota
Nov. 26 at Nashville
Nov. 28 Philadelphia
Nov. 30 San Jose
Dec. 2 at Minnesota
Dec. 3 at Winnipeg
Dec. 8 Philadelphia
Dec. 10 Nashville
Dec. 11 at N.Y. Islanders
Dec. 14 at Philadelphia
Dec. 16 Vegas
Dec. 18 at Detroit
Dec. 19 Pittsburgh
Dec. 21 at Pittsburgh
Dec. 23 Montreal
Dec. 27 at St. Louis
Dec. 29 at Buffalo
Dec. 31 Edmonton
Jan. 2 at Washington
Jan. 4 at Boston
Jan. 6 Columbus
Jan. 8 at Columbus
Jan. 10 Tampa Bay
Jan. 13 at N.Y. Islanders
Jan. 15 at Montreal
Jan. 17 at Toronto
Jan. 19 Arizona
Jan. 22 Carolina
Jan. 23 Los Angeles
Jan. 25 Dallas
Jan. 27 at Tampa Bay
Jan. 29 at Carolina
Feb. 1 Toronto
Feb. 24 Pittsburgh
Feb. 25 at Chicago
Feb. 28 Vancouver
March 1 at Columbus
March 4 at N.Y. Rangers
March 6 St. Louis
March 8 Colorado
March 10 Winnipeg
March 12 Anaheim
March 15 at Vancouver
March 16 at Calgary
March 19 at Edmonton
March 22 N.Y. Rangers
March 23 at Toronto
March 26 at Washington
March 27 Montreal
March 31 at Boston
April 2 Florida
April 3 N.Y. Islanders
April 5 N.Y. Rangers
April 7 at Ottawa
April 9 at Dallas
April 12 at Arizona
April 14 at Colorado
April 16 at Seattle
April 18 at Vegas
April 21 Buffalo
April 23 Carolina
April 24 Detroit
April 26 at Ottawa
April 28 at Carolina
April 29 Detroit


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2021 New Jersey Devils Attendance Policy Update

On Monday, February 22nd, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy's announced that fans would be allowed back at New Jersey venues with a capacity of over 5,000 starting on Monday, March 1st. 

Following Murphy's statement, the Devils announced that they would start allowing fans back starting on March 2nd for their game against the Islanders. Attendance will be limited to 10% of capacity (1,950 fans). Below are some of the health and safety protocols that will be put in place at Prudential Center:

Prudential Center COVID-19 Health and Safety Protocols

  • MOBILE TICKETING: All tickets will be mobile and will be scanned without contact.

  • MASKS: Prudential Center suggests that fans wear their mask throughout their trip to the venue if traveling by public transportation as well as from the time they exit their car if they drove to the venue. One inside the arena masks must be worn unless actively eating and drinking.
  • SOCIAL DISTANCING: Socially distanced seating areas have been set up to be occupied solely by members of the same household. Guest Services Members will ensure proper social distancing in restrooms, at concession pickups, and all areas throughout the arena. There is also signage and instructions throughout the arena reminding fans to remain properly socially distant from other guests.
  • CONCESSIONS: Cashless concessions and team merchandise purchases.
  • SCHEDULED ENTRY: Fans will be assigned a specific time and entrance to use. 

  • BAG POLICY: No bags will be allowed into the arena. Lockers will be available for those who bring bags, if necessary.

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How Much Are 2019-20 New Jersey Devils Tickets?

On the secondary ticket market, ticket prices start as low as $20 for weeknight games, while the most expensive games against the Rangers have the cheapest tickets starting at $100. Opening night against the Jets has tickets starting at $85 for the cheapest tickets, while the most expensive tickets in row GL1 on the glass in section 9 is listed for $411. For that game, lower level tickets between the blue lines start around $170 and Club Seats, located in sections 8 and 19 at center ice, start at $250 for the opening night. For Lower demand games, the cheapest Club Seats are listed for $150. For those cheaper games, lower level seats start around $50 between the blue lines and $30 for corner seats or behind the goals.

Overall, 3 regular season games have the cheapest tickets between $75 and $100--two against the Rangers and the other on opening night. 24 games have the cheapest tickets under $30.

Face value tickets start as low as $36 for the lowest-demand games and go as high as $91 for the highest demand games against the Rangers. Opening night on October 4th has face value tickets starting from $78. The cheapest lower-level face value prices start at $67 and go as high as $143 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.

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