In their third season in the league, the enthusiasm around Las Vegas' first professional team seem undiminished. Golden Knights tickets went on sale August 19th and there are single-game tickets available for sale on both the primary and secondary ticket market. For the 2019 season, ticket price are up 5% from last season.
For Pre-season games, the team is offering a pre-season bobble head pack featuring forwards William Karlsson, Jonathan Marchessault and Mark Stone as well as defenseman Nate Schmidt will each be featured as part of the Preseason Bobble Series during the preseason home games. All fans in attendance for each game will receive a complimentary bobblehead. When the one-of-a-kind set is placed side by side it will spell out Vegas Born.
You can also view the T-Mobile Arena Seating Chart for the most in-depth reporting sections, rows, seats and tips on the best places to catch the action in Vegas.
Where to Buy 2019-20 Vegas Golden Knights Tickets?
Tickets are available directly from the team for all home games via AXS with a few hundred tickets available for sale in the upper level and lower level for most games through the VGK Ticket Exchange, which is a marketplace that offers single game tickets through the team's primary market availability, as well as Vegas Golden Knights member re-sale. Tickets to all regular season games are available for purchase, including SRO seats in the flight deck east and flight deck west.
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How Much Are 2019-20 Vegas Golden Knights Tickets?
On the secondary ticket market, the average price of tickets on the secondary market are $207, which makes Vegas Golden Knight tickets at T-Mobile Arena the 4th most expensive in the NHL.
Overall, on the secondary market, nine regular season games have the cheapest tickets under $150--against the Senators, Canucks, Avalanche, Panthers, Lightning, Oilers, Devils, Stars. The three most expensive games on the secondary market start at $264. The two visits by the Stanley Cup Champion Blues start as low as $169 while the Washington Capitals visit T-Mobile for a rematch of the 2017 Stanley Cup finals with tickets starting at $165.
For the opening night game the Sharks, face value tickets start at $215. The second regular season game of the year is against the Eastern conference champion Bruins, with single ticket available for $125 and the cheapest pair going for $185. The October 15th game against the Predators and the October 17th game against the Senators start at $85, with the most expensive tickets in section 1 starting at $580. The November 19th game against the Toronto Maple leafs start at $185 while the New Year's eve day game starts at $85, while the February 17th visit from the Washington Capitals, who the Knights faced in the 2017 Stanley Cup Finals, has tickets as low as $105.
TicketIQ is committed to the cheapest tickets possible, and we make much less on sold out tickets compared to other major marketplaces like StubHub and Vivid. That means ticket buyers save from up to 25% on TicketIQ on sports, music and theater. We're able to do this because we also work with teams, venues, and other ticket owners, to help them sell tickets at face price, directly to consumers like you, through Ticketmaster and AXS. For an overview of the 2019 NHL Ticket Buying landscape, and details on the cheapest way to get tickets for every team, visit the TicketIQ Blog.