Western Conference and Central Division rivals the Dallas Stars and Colorado Avalanche will play four times this season, twice at Pepsi Center in Denver and twice at American Airlines Center in Dallas. Below is a look at ticket prices for all four games.
What Are Dates + How Much Are Tickets for Avalanche vs. Stars at Pepsi Center
Friday, November 1, 7 p.m. @ Pepsi Center
Tickets for the first of four meetings between these teams are available on the primary market via Ticketmaster. The upper level of the 300 Sections is sold out, but tickets remain starting at $82 in Section 309, Row 3 above goal on the sideline. Around the arena, the 200-Level is the Club Level where fans have access to Club Lexus, which includes all-inclusive food and beverage, premium parking and a dedicated concierge. Tickets start at $121 on the corners and behind the nets and $162 along the sidelines, and 100-Level tickets range in price from $79 on the corners and behind the nets to $156 behind the team benches or penalty box at center ice.
On the secondary market, TicketIQ has upper-level 300-Section tickets, meaning fans can get into the game for less, as seats start at $61 in Upper Balcony 326 behind the net. Club-Level seats are available in several sections, including for as little as $137 in Section 220 on the corner. Center-ice tickets start as low as $202 in Section 126 behind the penalty box.
Tuesday, January 14, 7 p.m. @ Pepsi Center
In the final matchup between these two teams, primary market tickets start at $31 in the upper levels, and 200 Club Level seats are available in all but one section. These seats including all-inclusive food and beverage, premium parking and a dedicated concierge. Prices range from $98-$121, depending on location. On the 100 Level, fans can still treat themselves to a spot at center ice starting at $122 in Sections 102, 124, 126 or 148.
On the secondary market, seats start at the same $31 in the upper levels on the corners. There are some Club Level seats still available, and they’re a better deal on the secondary market, starting at $95 in Section 218 behind the net. For those wanting seats at center ice, TicketIQ has seats in Loge 148, Row 1 at the glass for $452. Seats further back at center ice start as low as $188.
What Are Dates + How Much Are Tickets for Stars vs. Avalanche at American Airlines Center
Tuesday, November 5, 7:30 p.m. @ American Airlines Center
Primary market tickets to this game in Dallas are available for as little as $11 via Ticketmaster for seats in the 300 Sections on the corners and for some sideline seats. Seats behind the nets or along the sidelines closer to center ice are $30. Among the Club Seating options are 200-Level sections that include access to the Platinum Club, which has bars, restaurants tables and an upscale menu. Fans also get in-seat wait service and a private entrance. The best remaining 200-Level seats are in Sections 219 and 208, both at the penalty circles, for $120. On the 100-Level, fans can still get seats at center ice for $145 in Sections 106, 107, 118 or 119.
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On the secondary market, fans can get in for less – seats start at $9 on the corners in Sections 315, 329, 332 and 333, according to TicketIQ. While there are no Club Level seats available on the secondary market, there are tickets for two Flagship Suites, which include 18-24 seats. Flagship Suite 1130 is listed for $2,256 and Flagship Suite 1110 is listed for $2,820. On the 100-Level, fans can get as close as Row E in Section 119 at center ice for $119.
Saturday,December 28, 6 p.m. @ American Airlines Center
Primary market tickets for this game start at $38 for the 300 Level via Ticketmaster. This price gets fans a seat behind the nets, on the corners or above the sideline on the side with the team benches. The price goes up to $59 on the penalty-box side of the arena. There are tickets available in a handful of the Club-Level Sections, including Sections 205, 215, 220, 222 and 223. Seats in all sections cost $140, regardless of location. For fans wanting to get closer to the action, seats behind the nets on the 100-Level start at $127 and seats along the sidelines start at $143.
On the secondary market, seats in the 300 Sections start at $54 in Terrace Level 323 on the corner, and there are seats available in nearly a dozen sections on the 200 Club Level. The cheapest of those seats is $170 in Section 215 near the net on the sideline, and the priciest is $293 at center ice in Section 210. On the 100 Level, fans can get seats starting at $119 behind the net or $175 in Section 120 at the penalty circles.
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