It doesn’t get any bigger — or more expensive — than this.
The 2019 Stanley Cup Final has come down to a winner-take-all Game 7 at TD Garden on Wednesday night, where either the Boston Bruins or St. Louis Blues will be crowned as NHL champions.
So … let’s just say ticket demand is high.
Here are the cheapest tickets for Wednesday’s Game 7 listed on secondary-market vendors as of Monday morning:
That’s quite the chunk of change.
Those are the lowest-priced tickets, mind you, as the average ticket price for Game 7 is well north of $3,000 on TicketIQ.
Here’s some context on that number: Per TicketIQ, Wednesday’s game will be the second-most expensive potential title-clinching game in Boston sports history, trailing only the New England Patriots‘ Super Bowl LIII victory and more than double the Boston Red Sox‘s 2013 World Series victory in Game 6 at Fenway Park.
This Game 7 also should be pricier than pretty much every other series-clinching Cup Final game in recent history, according to Vivid Seats, which compiled the average ticket price of series clinchers dating to 2012.
– 2019: $2056 (as of Monday)
– 2018: $1126 (home team lost)
– 2017: $1785 (home team lost)
– 2016: $749 (home team lost)
– 2015: $1359 (home team won)
– 2014: $1007 (home team won)
– 2013: $811 (home team lost; Bruins’ last appearance in Cup Final)
– 2012: $992 (home team won)
As of now, tickets for Wednesday’s Game 7 are more than twice as expensive than Game 6 of the 2013 Stanley Cup Final, which Boston lost to the Chicago Blackhawks.
Ticket prices should fluctuate over the next few days and may drop slightly, but if you’re planning to witness history Wednesday night, be prepared to empty your wallet.
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