The Devils play their home games at the Prudential Center in Newark. The Devils will have several theme nights in March, including Video Game Night on March 6 and Kids Day on March 28. The Prudential Center will also be offering the "Bud Pack" on Thursdays, which includes a $15 concession credit per two tickets, The "Family Pack," which includes a $10 concession credit per ticket when a minimum of four are purchased, are available for most games.
Where to Buy Devils Tickets
Primary market tickets remain available via Ticketmaster for all upcoming Devils home games.
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How Much Are Devils Tickets
The New Jersey Devils have eight home games coming up this month, and tickets are available on the primary market via Ticketmaster for every game. Prices vary, with the cheapest tickets ranging from as little as $36.94 for games against Calgary and Columbus on March 19 and 23, respectively, to $67.50 for the March 28 game against Philadelphia.
Below is a look at ticket prices for every March New Jersey Devils home game:
Friday, March 6 New Jersey Devils vs. St. Louis Blues, 7 p.m.
The cheapest ticket on the primary market gets fans a spot on the corner in the 100 sections high about the ice. The priciest seat still available is $286 in Section 20 near the blue line. These seats are in a newly renovated club area and include an all-inclusive buffet.
Tuesday, March 10 New Jersey Devils vs. Pittsburgh Penguins, 7 p.m.
On the primary market, fans will find seats on nearly every level of the Prudential Center, including several options close to the ice in new Club Sections 8, 18, 19 and 20, all of which include a buffet. Sections 8 and 19 are located at the center line, and Section 8 is behind the team benches. The cheapest tickets are in the 200 Sections high above the sidelines.
Thursday, March 12 New Jersey Devils vs. Carolina Hurricanes, 7 p.m.
This game is one of the best deals of the month, with the cheap seats on the 100 Level on the corner. Seats also remain in four of the six new Club Sections, 7, 9, 18 and 20, for as low as $129.54 in Sections 9 and 18.
Wednesday, March 19 New Jersey Devils vs. Calgary Flames, 7 p.m.
Plenty of availability all over Prudential Center remains for this game, including spots in all six new Club Sections, starting as low as $119.81 in Sections 9 and 18. The cheapest seats are on the corners or behind the net.
Saturday, March 21 New Jersey Devils vs. New York Islanders, 7 p.m.
One of the highest-interest games of the season, this regional rivalry is about 80% sold out on the primary market. The cheapest seats remaining are in Section 208 on the corner high above the ice for $64.72. The next cheapest tickets are $67.50 in Section 228 above the blue line. Seats in five lower-level sections remain, starting at $115.19, and Club Sections are sold out.
Monday, March 23 New Jersey Devils vs. Columbus Blue Jackets, 7 p.m.
Tickets throughout the Prudential Center remain for this game, including many at the cheapest price on the corners and behind the net. The new Club Seats on ice level are sold out, but fans can get tickets starting at $67.96 for lower-bowl seats behind the nets.
Saturday, March 28 New Jersey Devils vs. Philadelphia Flyers, 2 p.m.
This Saturday afternoon game is Kid’s Day, and the lower level of Prudential Center is sold out on the primary market. Remaining tickets are on the 100 and 200 Levels, and the cheapest tickets are in Sections 116 and 122, on the corner and behind the net.
Sunday, March 29 New Jersey Devils vs. Carolina Panthers, 3 p.m.
This final home game in March is a good deal and there is availability on most levels on the primary market. The cheapest seats are in the 200 Sections above the sidelines, and in some cases on the corners. The new Club Sections are sold out, but fans can sit adjacent in Sections 6, 10 or 21, all at the penalty circles, for as little as $101.30.
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