According to Vivid Seats, tickets for game 5 of the Stanley Cup final in Denver are being resold for an average of $1,375.
The average price is the highest for any Avalanche playoffs at home after this season, and the first average price breaks $1,000. The average price for Game 1 at Vivid Seats is $859, while Game 2 averages $943.
The $1,375 median price is the highest for any event held at the Ball Arena since 2010, with two other Stanley Cup Finals home games placing second and third. Then there was Adele’s concert in July 2016, with an average ticket price of $468 on the resale market.
The average price for Match 5 tickets in Denver eclipses the prices of some of the recent Stanley Cup Finals home games, such as Lightning’s 2021 Match 5 win Montreal Canada ($1,022); Boston Bruins’ match 7 in 2019 lost St. Louis Blues ($1,316); Chicago Blackhawks’ 2015 win over Lightning ($1,232); and Game 5 of the Los Angeles Kings ‘2014 won first New York Ranger ($895).
StubHub, meanwhile, reports that Friday night’s game costs an average of $1,629 for tickets sold. The cheapest ticket available for the game is $1,410. Ticket sales increased 60% in the last 24 hours, after Avalanche won Game 4 during overtime in Tampa.
Additional research by ESPN Sports & Information.