Where To Buy 2021-22 New York Islanders Tickets
Primary market face-value are available via Ticketmaster.
On the secondary market, TicketIQ has Fee-Free New York Islanders 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.
How Much Are 2021-22 New York Islanders Tickets
The promise of a new home has had a dramatic impact on ticket prices. The average ticket price on the secondary market this season is $213, which is a 109% increase from 2019-2020. It goes without question that Isles games are becoming some of the hottest destinations in the league. So let’s go over which ones you should have down on your calendar this season:
New York Islanders 2021-22 Top Games
1. 11/20: Islanders vs. Flames
Are you shocked? The Isles kick off the UBS Arena era on Sat. Nov. 20th against Calgary. A ticket to this game is one of the most sought after tickets of any ‘new arena opening game’ in the modern era. There’s the curiosity of what the place will look like. The excitement to finally have a home. And even the fact that Calgary is a pretty good team that will surely be trying to prove itself amidst tremendous fanfare in the opposite direction. Tickets for this game are going for as cheap as $242, with an average sell price of $562.
2. 11/24: Islanders vs. Rangers
UBS Arena’s first rivalry game. It’ll be cool to see how this classic rivalry translates to the new arena, especially so soon after opening. The Rangers are good this year too. If there’s ever a perfect example of “statement game”, this might be the one. Out of all the great games to attend this year, this one may end up as the loudest. Tickets for this game are going for as cheap as $162, with an average sell price of $444.
3. 4/28: Islanders vs. Lightning
It’s the rematch of last year’s playoffs and it’s the last game of the season. What better way to build momentum going into the playoffs than to beat the defending champions on your home floor. This could be a huge game going into the postseason. Especially if by this point each team is lobbying for positioning. At the very least, the energy will be infectious knowing that the playoffs are right around the corner and this will probably be the team to beat. Tickets for this game are going for as cheap as $64, with an average sell price of $222.
4. 1/29: Islanders vs. Kraken
For many Isles fans, this game will be their first opportunity ever to see the Kraken play live. As with anything new, there is a ton of intrigue surrounding the newest NHL franchise. From the uniforms to the new arena to the question of if they’ll be any good, there’s a lot to keep things interesting. Also, this is a Saturday night game in the middle of Winter. What a perfect setting to come out to UBS and see what this Seattle team is all about. Tickets for this game are going for as cheap as $71, with an average sell price of $272.
5. 11/28: Islanders @ Rangers
It will not take long for these two teams to match up again after their Nov. 24th meeting at UBS. In fact, this game gets included on this list due to the pure classic nature of the matchup. Any rivalry game at Madison Square Garden is bound to be a spectacle. And especially being so close to the first matchup between these two teams, emotions will still be fresh. If you’re an Isles fan and can’t make the rivalry game at UBS, this is your alternative right here. Tickets for this game are going for as cheap as $120, with an average sell price of $454.
Islanders Mobile Ticketing Info
The Islanders offer mobile ticketing for home games via the Islanders tickets website and Ticketmaster app, which is available at the App Store or Google Play, and allows fans to manage tickets.
New York Islanders 2021-22 Schedule
|Thurs, Oct. 14||Carolina Hurricanes||Away|
|Sat, Oct. 16||Florida Panthers||Away|
|Tues, Oct. 19||Chicago Blackhawks||Away|
|Thurs, Oct. 21||Columbus Blue Jackets||Away|
|Sat, Oct. 23||Arizona Coyotes||Away|
|Sun, Oct. 24||Vegas Golden Knights||Away|
|Sat, Oct. 30||Nashville Predators||Away|
|Thurs, Nov. 4||Montreal Canadiens||Away|
|Sat, Nov. 6||Winnipeg Jets||Away|
|Sun, Nov. 7||Minnesota Wild||Away|
|Thurs, Nov. 11||New Jersey Devils||Away|
|Mon, Nov. 15||Tampa Bay Lightning||Away|
|Tues, Nov. 16||Florida Panthers||Away|
|Sat, Nov. 20||Calgary Flames||Home|
|Sun, Nov. 21||Toronto Maple Leafs||Home|
|Wed, Nov. 24||New York Rangers||Home|
|Fri, Nov. 26||Pittsburgh Penguins||Home|
|Sun, Nov. 28||New York Rangers||Away|
|Tues, Nov. 30||Philadelphia Flyers||Away|
|Thurs, Dec. 2||San Jose Sharks||Home|
|Sat, Dec. 4||Detroit Red Wings||Away|
|Sun, Dec. 5||Chicago Blackhawks||Home|
|Tues, Dec. 7||Ottawa Senators||Away|
|Thurs, Dec. 9||Nashville Predators||Home|
|Sat, Dec. 11||New Jersey Devils||Home|
|Tues, Dec. 14||Detroit Red Wings||Away|
|Thurs, Dec. 16||Boston Bruins||Home|
|Sun, Dec. 19||Vegas Golden Knights||Home|
|Mon, Dec. 20||Montreal Canadiens||Home|
|Thurs, Dec. 23||Washington Capitals||Home|
|Mon, Dec. 27||Buffalo Sabres||Away|
|Wed, Dec. 29||Detroit Red Wings||Home|
|Thurs, Dec. 30||Buffalo Sabres||Home|
|Sat, Jan. 1||Edmonton Oilers||Home|
|Tues, Jan. 4||Seattle Kraken||Away|
|Wed, Jan. 5||Vancouver Canucks||Away|
|Sat, Jan. 8||Edmonton Oilers||Away|
|Tues, Jan. 11||Calgary Flames||Away|
|Thurs, Jan. 13||New Jersey Devils||Home|
|Sat, Jan. 15||Washington Capitals||Home|
|Mon, Jan. 17||Philadelphia Flyers||Home|
|Tues, Jan. 18||Columbus Blue Jackets||Home|
|Fri, Jan. 21||Arizona Coyotes||Home|
|Sat, Jan. 22||Toronto Maple Leafs||Away|
|Tues, Jan. 25||Philadelphia Flyers||Home|
|Thurs, Jan. 27||LA Kings||Home|
|Sat, Jan. 29||Seattle Kraken||Home|
|Sun, Jan. 30||Minnesota Wild||Home|
|Tues, Feb. 1||Ottawa Senators||Home|
|Thurs, Feb. 24||San Jose Sharks||Away|
|Sat, Feb. 26||LA Kings||Away|
|Sun, Feb. 27||Anaheim Ducks||Away|
|Tues, Mar. 1||Colorado Avalanche||Away|
|Thurs, Mar. 3||Vancouver Canucks||Home|
|Sat, Mar. 5||St. Louis Blues||Home|
|Mon, Mar. 7||Colorado Avalanche||Home|
|Thurs, Mar. 10||Pittsburgh Penguins||Home|
|Fri, Mar. 11||Winnipeg Jets||Home|
|Sun, Mar. 13||Anaheim Ducks||Home|
|Tues, Mar. 15||Washington Capitals||Away|
|Sat, Mar. 19||Dallas Stars||Home|
|Sun, Mar. 20||Philadelphia Flyers||Away|
|Tues, Mar. 22||Boston Bruins||Home|
|Thurs, Mar. 24||Ottawa Senators||Home|
|Sat, Mar. 26||Boston Bruins||Away|
|Sun, Mar. 27||Tampa Bay Lightning||Home|
|Tues, Mar. 29||Columbus Blue Jackets||Away|
|Thurs, Mar. 31||Columbus Blue Jackets||Home|
|Fri, Apr. 1||New York Rangers||Away|
|Sun, Apr. 3||New Jersey Devils||Away|
|Tues, Apr. 5||Dallas Stars||Away|
|Fri, Apr. 8||Carolina Hurricanes||Away|
|Sat, Apr. 9||St. Louis Blues||Away|
|Thurs, Apr. 14||Pittsburgh Penguins||Away|
|Fri, Apr. 15||Montreal Canadiens||Away|
|Sun, Apr. 17||Toronto Maple Leafs||Home|
|Tues, Apr. 19||Florida Panthers||Home|
|Thurs, Apr. 21||New York Rangers||Home|
|Sat, Apr. 23||Buffalo Sabres||Away|
|Sun, Apr. 24||Carolina Hurricanes||Home|
|Tues, Apr. 26||Washington Capitals||Away|
|Thurs, Apr. 28||Tampa Bay Lightning||Home|
2021 New York Islanders Attendance Policy
Fans are allowed back at Islanders home games. Attendance will be limited to 10% capacity, or roughly 1,390 fans.
New York Islanders COVID-19 Health and Safety Protocols
Before The Game
All attending fans must receive a negative COVID-19 PCR test administered within 72 hours of the day of the game.
Approved face coverings, social distancing and temperature checks will be required for all those in attendance.
Approved face coverings must be worn upon exiting your vehicle or public transportation and while inside Nassau Coliseum at all times. All persons 2 years of age and older must wear a face covering.
Neck gaiters, face masks with vents, and bandanas are not acceptable face coverings. Face shields may not be worn in place of a face mask, though may be worn in addition to a face mask.
Indoor Safety Protocols
All fans will be required to wear an approved face covering while inside Nassau Coliseum. Non-compliance with face covering guidelines will result in immediate dismissal from Nassau Coliseum. Refunds will not be administered.
We will update you on food and beverage offerings when these have been confirmed.
How Much Are 2019-20 New York Islanders Tickets
New York Islanders tickets are the eighth-most expensive on the secondary market, with a current average asking price of $149, a 46% increase from 2018-19. The priciest ticket across the NHL on the secondary market is $301 for a Toronto Maple Leaf home game ticket.
This season’s secondary market price for the Islanders is the second highest of the last decade, with the most expensive coming in 2014-15 at $156. The 2019 Islanders made their first postseason since 2016, but the team is in search of its first Stanley Cup Final appearance since 1984.
What are the Islanders Season Ticket and Mini Plan Options
Full season ticket plans start at $249 per month with a $100 deposit. There are also half season, partial plans, rinkside seating, and premium seat memberships available. Fans can book an appointment via the website or call 516-548-1533.
Where are Club Seats at Nassau Coliseum and Barclays Center
Luxury Suites are available at both Nassau Coliseum and Barclays Center and they range from 10 to 70 guests.
Studio Suites at Barclays Center accommodate eight guests on the Event Level. Fans enter the Calvin Klein VIP entrance and can enjoy the Qatar Airways Club with complimentary buffet. Buying options include all-event, half-event, 12-event, 5-event, and individual-event memberships.
Nassau Coliseum has the Grant Thornton VIP Lounge, which includes a VIP entrance, VIP lounge access through the game, and all-inclusive dining: carvery station, cheese and charcuterie table, crafted sliders, fresh salads, and sweet dessert stations.
The Grant Thornton Loge Box at Barclays Center offers seats 15 rows from the ice, with all-inclusive food and drinks, including beer, wine, and liquor. There is also entrance through the Calvin Klein VIP entrance and access to the Parm Italian Restaurant inside the 40/40 Club.
The Top 10 most expensive Islanders games on the secondary market (with location of game)
The Top 10 priciest Islanders home games this season are between $100 and $300, with the most expensive contest being the season opener against the Capitals at Nassau Coliseum.
October 4 vs. Washington Capitals (Nassau)
- Secondary market average asking price: $271
- Secondary market cheapest ticket: $263
January 16 vs. New York Rangers (Barclays)
- Secondary market average asking price: $173
- Secondary market cheapest ticket: $57
February 25 vs. New York Rangers (Barclays)
- Secondary market average asking price: $158
- Secondary market cheapest ticket: $58
April 4 vs. New Jersey Devils (Nassau)
- Secondary market average asking price: $155
- Secondary market cheapest ticket: $64
January 18 vs. Washington Capitals (Nassau)
- Secondary market average asking price: $140
- Secondary market cheapest ticket: $38
February 29 vs. Boston Bruins (Nassau)
- Secondary market average asking price: $139
- Secondary market cheapest ticket: $44
November 13 vs. Toronto Maple Leafs (Nassau)
- Secondary market average asking price: $132
- Secondary market cheapest ticket: $48
January 2 vs. New Jersey Devils (Barclays)
- Secondary market average asking price: $127
- Secondary market cheapest ticket: $36
December 23 vs. Columbus Blue Jackets (Nassau)
- Secondary market average asking price: $126
- Secondary market cheapest ticket: $40
March 7 vs. Carolina Hurricanes (Nassau)
- Secondary market average asking price: $121
- Secondary market cheapest ticket: $34
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