After a historic game one that features a triple overtime game and the fifth longest game in Stanley Cup history, the fans are ready for more, and willing to pay. Overall, all seven games average out at $1,478.99. To be exact, the average seat at TD Banknorth Garden for all possible Bruins home games is currently, $1,405, which is 32% increase from their Cup win in 2011 ($1,064).
In Chicago, the average price for a game at the United Center rings in at $1,560, according to TiqIQ. That average is down 19% from when they won the Stanley Cup in 2010. That year, tickets were $1,923.13, on average.
Below is the individual game breakdown for Blackhawks tickets at the United Center:
- Home Game 2: $1,248/$422
- Home Game 3: $1,699/$575
- Home Game 4: $2,019/$775
Below is the individual game break for the TD Banknorth Garden
- Home Game 1: $1,145/$437
- Home Game 2: $1,272/$493
- Home Game 3: $1,890/$629
How do these prices stack up to the last three Stanley Cup finals? Below are the average ticket prices for those series.
- 2012: $1,116 (Devils vs. Kings)
- 2011: $1,438 (Bruins vs. Canucks)
- 2010: $1,762 (Blackhawks vs. Flyers)