Where to Find Cheapest NY Rangers Vs. NJ Devils Tickets for 2019-20 Season

Crosstown Rivals New York Rangers and New Jersey Devils play each other 4 times during the 2019-20 NHL season, with two games at Madison Square Garden and two games at Prudential Center.

What Are Dates + How Much Are Tickets For Rangers vs. Devils at Prudential Center

Thursday, October 17th, 2019, 7pm:

Unsold face value tickets start at $87 for tickets in section 226. The most expensive ticket is priced at $286 for tickets in Section 9.  There are less than 100 lower level unsold face value tickets remaining for sale and under 50 in the 100 and 200 level 🎟️Visit Ticketmaster for unsold face value Devils Vs. Rangers tickets on 10/17/19

On the secondary market, there are close to 2,000 tickets available for sale, with prices starting at $85 and going as high as $445 for tickets on the glass in row GL1 in section 9. 🎟️Visit TicketIQ for Sold Out Devils Vs. Rangers tickets on 10/17/19

 Saturday, November 30th, 2019, 1pm:

Unsold face value tickets start at $87 for tickets in section 215. The most expensive ticket is priced at $286 for tickets in Section 9.  There are less than 100 lower level unsold face value tickets remaining for sale and under 50 in the 100 and 200 level 🎟️Visit Ticketmaster for unsold face value Devils Vs. Rangers tickets on 11/30/19

On the secondary market, there are just over 1,000 tickets available for sale, with prices starting at $117 and going as high as $411 for tickets on the glass in row GL1 in section 15. 🎟️Visit TicketIQ for Sold Out Devils Vs. Rangers tickets on 11/30/19

What Are Dates + How Much Are Tickets For Devils Vs. Rangers at Madison Square Garden

Thursday, January 9th, 2020, 7pm:

Unsold face value tickets start at $108 for tickets in section 414. The most expensive ticket is priced at $1,171 for tickets in section 11WD.  There are around 100 lower level unsold face value tickets remaining for sale and closer to 200 in the upper levels 🎟️Visit Ticketmaster for unsold face value Devils Vs. Rangers tickets on 1/9/20

On the secondary market, there are just over 1,500 tickets available for sale, with prices starting at $109 for tickets in section 227. The most expensive ticket is priced at $2,100 for tickets in VIP section 4. 🎟️Visit TicketIQ for Sold Out Rangers Vs. Devils tickets on 1/9/20

Saturday, March 7th, 2020, 7pm:

Unsold face value tickets start at $145 for tickets in section 413. The most expensive ticket is priced at $1,338 for tickets in Section 11WD.  There are around 200 lower level unsold face value tickets remaining for sale and around 200 in the upper levels🎟️Visit Ticketmaster for unsold face value Devils Vs. Rangers tickets on 3/7/20

On the secondary market, there are just over 1,500 tickets available for sale, with prices starting at $117 and going as high as $411 for tickets on the glass in row GL1 in section 15. 🎟️Visit TicketIQ for Sold Out Devils Vs. Rangers tickets on 3/7/20

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