The Pittsburgh Penguins and Philadelphia Flyers are Metropolitan Division and cross-state rivals who will play four times this season, twice at Pittsburgh's PPG Paints Arena and twice at Philadelphia's Wells Fargo Center.
What Are Dates + How Much Are Tickets for Penguins vs. Flyers at PPG Paints Arena
Tuesday, October 29 at 7 p.m. @ PPG Paints Arena
For the first game of the season between these teams, fans can get in for as little as $30 with standing-room only tickets on the primary market through partner Ticketmaster. The cheapest seated ticket is $52 in Section 227 behind the net. Club Section tickets still left are in Sections 101-103 behind the team benches and Section 111-113 behind the penalty box, which are $192. These seats include club access, including a fine-dining restaurant, as well as padded seats and cup holders.
Fans may find better deals on the secondary market for this game -- seats in Section 227 start at $46 on TicketIQ. Around the arena, TicketIQ shows seats in the 200 Sections up to $90, and seats in the 100 Sections behind the nets starting at $95 in Section 116. Club Seats are available in Sections 101-103, ranging in price from $221-$303 or in Sections 111 or 113 for either $233 or $221.
Friday, January 31 at 7 p.m. @ PPG Paints Arena
Primary market tickets for this game are available in most sections of PPG Arena, but in limited quantities. It will cost fans $79 for a standing-room only tickets via Ticketmaster, and the cheapest seat is $97 in Section 227 high above the net. All 200-Level tickets are available for $126 or less, and 100-Level tickets start at $197 in Section 119. Club Seats are available in Sections 101, 103, 111, 112 and 113 for $301.
On the secondary market, seats appear bit cheaper, with tickets comparable to primary 200 Sections starting at $57 in Section 212 behind the net. TicketIQ has 100-Level seats starting at $130 in Section 106 behind the net, and Club Seats in Section 101 for $395, in Section 102 for $342, in Section 111 for $371, in Section 112 for $368, and in Section 113 for $346.
What Are Dates + How Much Are Tickets for Flyers vs. Penguins at Wells Fargo Center
Tuesday, January 21 at 7 p.m. @ Wells Fargo Center
There is limited availability on the primary market for most sections at Wells Fargo Center for this game, including seats in four Club Sections for $238. Sections CB 3, CB 11, CB 15 and CB 23 are all at the penalty circles, and include access to lounges, premium food and beverage and padded seats. Seats in the 200 Sections start at $77 on the corners and behind the net and seats in the 100 Sections start at $148 in Sections 116-122 on the corners and behind the net.
On the secondary market, seats are available starting at $64 in Section Mezzanine 291A, Row 12. Most 200-Level seats are listed for $125 or less. Club Seats are available in about 10 sections, ranging in price from $203-$255. In the 100 Sections, TicketIQ shows seats in all sections, the priciest being $372 in Section 101, Row 3 behind the team benches. There are also a handful of single seats available in the suites, all for more than $3,500 each.
Sunday, March 29 at 12 PM @ Wells Fargo Center
There are primary market seats throughout Wells Fargo Center for this game, ranging from $89 in the upper-level 200 Sections to about $243 for seats in either Section 101 or 113 at center ice. There are also Club Seats, which include lounge access, in for $276 in Sections CB 3, CB 11, CB 15 and CB 23 at the penalty circles.
On the secondary market, fans could find better deals, as the cheapest seats to this game are in Sections 216A, 208 and 209 and are all priced at $72. Most 200-Level seats are available on TicketIQ for $125 or less. On the 100 Level, fans can get in for as little as $129 in Section 120 on the corner. Club Seats are available in most club sections, starting at $233 in CB 23 near the penalty circles and going up to $355 for CB 1, Row 1 at center ice.
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