Tickets for tonight’s potential championship-clinching Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final between the Vegas Golden Knights and Florida Panthers are selling as the most expensive home game in Knights history, according to resale marketplace TickPick.
TickPick’s data shared with Front Office Sports shows the average purchase price for tonight’s Game 5 at T-Mobile Arena to be $1,377 – 1107% more expensive than the Knights’ regular season average purchase price ($114). The biggest purchase for tonight’s game was two tickets on the glass in Section 6 that sold on TickPick for $15,196 apiece ($30,392 total).
The cheapest current “get in” price for Game 5 is $1,105—11% more expensive than last night’s cheapest ticket ($990) on TickPick for Game 5 of the NBA Finals in Denver, which ended as the championship-clinching game for the Nuggets over the Miami Heat.
With a 3-1 series lead, the Golden Knights can win its first Stanley Cup in franchise history if they win tonight at home against the Panthers. A Panthers win would force a Game 6 in Florida before potentially returning to T-Mobile Arena for Game 7 on June 19.