How To Find The Cheapest Detroit Red Wings Tickets + Face Value Options

Where To Buy Detroit Red Wings Tickets

Single-game tickets on the primary market for the 2019-20 Detroit Red Wings are currently available. Since leaving Joe Louis Arena a few seasons ago, the Red Wings have played at Little Caesars Arena, and single-game tickets are available through Ticketmaster. Below is an example of a typical Red Wings seating chart and availability, which shows that there are good amount of unsold face value options directly from the team.

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On the secondary market, TicketIQ has Low Price Guarantees on sold out Detroit Red Wings tickets for all games on the 2019 schedule, and all sold out NHL games. That means that if you find a secondary market ticket for less on a site like StubHub or SeatGeek, we’ll give you 200% of the difference in ticket credit. TicketIQ customers save an average of 5% to 20%, compared to StubHub and SeatGeek. Below is a seat map showing the cheapest tickets on the secondary ticket market by zone for their most expensive game at Little Caesars Arena against the Maple Leafs on November 27th:

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🎟 Visit Ticketmaster for Unsold Face Value Red Wings Tickets

🏟️ Visit Little Caesars Arena Seating Chart For Info On Sections Seats and Rows

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How Much Are 2019-20 Detroit Red Wings Tickets

Like most other NHL teams, the Red Wings use dynamic pricing, charging variable amounts depending on the game. For more expensive match-ups, tickets range from $69 to $175; tickets to cheaper games—which don’t necessarily come against lesser opponents—start at $15. While there is plenty of lower bowl availability for most games, seats in the center of the upper deck are harder to come by. If you’re looking for a more affordable option, especially when teams like the Toronto Maple Leafs come to town, you’ll want to act quickly. 

On the secondary market, however, there’s more flexibility. The Red Wings enter the 2019-20 season right in the middle of the league in terms of pricing; seats are currently averaging $112, tied for 17th in the NHL. That’s nearly 30% cheaper than resale prices were last year.

That average price is significantly cheaper than Red Wings tickets have been in the past couple of seasons. At this point, it’s safe to say that three straight seasons without playoff action is starting to take its toll on Detroit fans. While the club still has a few nice players, it’s hard to see their fortunes changing dramatically this year.

Red Wings Ticket Prices

What are the Red Wings Season Ticket and Mini Plan Options

If you’re going to be attending several Red Wings games this season, the team offers three different ticket plans. You can buy a full season ticket (starting at $32 per game), a half season ticket (starting at $35 a game), or a quarter season plan (starting at $39 a game).

While all the plans include the same basic perks—including priority access to purchase additional tickets and presale access to events at other affiliated venues—full season ticket holders get a few extra benefits. They get right of first refusal for playoff tickets, invitations to special events, and some other small gifts.

Where are Club Seats at Little Caesars Arena

If you’re looking for a premium experience while watching the Red Wings, Little Caesars Arena offers several suite and club seating options. 

The Blue Cross Suites line the top of the arena. Each suite includes a fireplace, five televisions, a bar, and a private restroom; food and drinks can be ordered without leaving your seat.

The Michigan First Gondola has several semi-private boxes overlooking the ice. It’s the ideal space to entertain a group in style.

Loge boxes sit at the top of the lower bowl, allowing for a premium experience that doesn’t feel isolated from the crowd. Each box has barstool seating and the option to purchase food or beverages in advance.

The Comerica Players Club is the most premium area of the arena. It includes food, beer, wine, and liquor and lets fans watch the players walk from the locker room to the ice.

The MotorCity Casino Club is the arena’s largest premium area and is connected to the street concourse level. It features all-inclusive food and beverages and private parking.

The Rehmann Club sits on top of the Comerica Players Club and also offers an all-inclusive environment. Guests will have access high-end food, beer, and wine.

The Huntington Legends Club sits on the suite level at the north end of the arena. In addition to all the standard premium perks, the Legends Club lets you watch the game from both the club area and your seat; it’s the only club in the building with views of the ice. 

Red Wings Mobile Ticketing Info

Like many other teams, the Red Wings use mobile ticketing. If you’re attending a game, you can enter the building using your Internet browser, the Ticketmaster app, or the District Detroit app. Fans can also have their tickets printed at the box office as necessary.

The Top 10 Most Expensive Red Wings Games On The Secondary Market

On average, the 10 most expensive Red Wings games cost over $100 on the secondary market. If you look at get-in prices, however, there are some bargains to be had, with tickets available for less than half $70 for every game.

November 27 vs. Toronto Maple Leafs 🎟️

  • Secondary Market Average Price: $168
  • Cheapest Available Get-In Price: $65

October 12 vs. Toronto Maple Leafs 🎟️

  • Secondary Market Average Price: $161
  • Cheapest Available Get-In Price: $67

March 6 vs. Chicago Blackhawks 🎟️

  • Secondary Market Average Price: $159
  • Cheapest Available Get-In Price: $48

February 9 vs. Boston Bruins 🎟️

  • Secondary Market Average Price: $142
  • Cheapest Available Get-In Price: $49

February 1 vs. New York Rangers 🎟️

  • Secondary Market Average Price: $140
  • Cheapest Available Get-In Price: $45

April 4 vs. Tampa Bay Lightning 🎟️

  • Secondary Market Average Price: $136
  • Cheapest Available Get-In Price: $40

January 17 vs. Pittsburgh Penguins 🎟️

  • Secondary Market Average Price: $128
  • Cheapest Available Get-In Price: $42

December 7 vs. Pittsburgh Penguins 🎟️

  • Secondary Market Average Price: $120
  • Cheapest Available Get-In Price: $40

November 30 vs. Washington Capitals 🎟️

  • Secondary Market Average Price: $117
  • Cheapest Available Get-In Price: $47

March 28 vs. Washington Capitals 🎟️

  • Secondary Market Average Price: $111
  • Cheapest Available Get-In Price: $41

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 2019-20 NHL Ticket Buying landscape, and details on the cheapest way to get tickets for every team, visit the TicketIQ Blog.

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