Avalanche fans seeking to witness history at Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final who don’t yet have a ticket can expect a hefty price tag to get into the building.
The cheapest tickets available (not including service fees) are all in the four-figure range. The minimum price for entry into Ball Arena from major verified online resellers as of late Thursday:
— Ticketmaster: $1,296 (Section 374)
— StubHub: $1,350 (Section 316)
— Vivid Seats: $1,188 (Section 364)
“Stanley Cup Finals demand in Denver has considerably outpaced Tampa during this series, and fan excitement keeps rising with the Avalanche now just one win away from claiming the Stanley Cup,” said Michael Silveira, a StubHub spokesman, in a Thursday statement to The Denver Post. “Ticket sales for Game 5 have jumped 60% in the past 24 hours. There’s nothing like the energy in an arena when a team is home for a potential championship-clinching game, so we encourage fans to lock in the ticket if they see a seat they want, as sales are moving fast.”
The average Game 5 ticket price sold through StubHub is $1,629, according to a Thursday news release.
However,, the high-end ticket cost has skyrocketed for the Cup Final. The most expensive ticket is currently listed at $27,320 to sit on Row 6 of Section 148 (via StubHub).
The most expensive Avalanche-Lightning Game 5 ticket at Ball Arena that I can find on the secondary market right now is a stunning $27,320 (via StubHub)
— Kyle Fredrickson (@kylefredrickson)