Panthers vs Golden Knights 2023 Stanley Cup final: how much do tickets cost?
Whether you’re sitting in the budget seats or in a box rubbing shoulders with VIPs, there’s nothing quite like attending an ice hockey game in person.
With the Vegas Golden Knights set to meet the Florida Panthers in the 2023 Stanley Cup finals, it’s time to take a look at what ticket prices are like for the grand finale of the NHL’s Stanley Cup playoffs. While some prices aren’t for the faint of heart, the experience is most definitely going to be worth it.
What are ticket prices like for Golden Knights vs Panthers
Firstly, it’s important to note that ticket prices vary depending on not only which game it is, but also where it’s being played. With that in mind, the it’s the Golden Knights who have home-ice advantage meaning they will be playing Games 1, 2, 5 and 7 at their home, the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas Nevada. The lowest entry prices for Saturday night’s Game 1 will get you a spot in the Hyde Lounge and they range from $201 to $454 according to VividSeats. It would be remiss not to tell you that some of the seats in that area won’t actually provide you with a view of the game and what’s more is that they’re standing room only.
Next up we’ve got the tickets in the 200-level, which will run you somewhere between $428 and $853. Then, there are those in the 100-level which will set you back anywhere from $500 to $749. Last but surely not least, there are those that will give you an ice-level view. They are currently listed at between $664 and $2,620. This of course brings us to the Premium club seats which start at $1,196 and go as high as $4,322. Here are the lowest prices for Games 2, 5 and 7 with the understanding that the fifth and seventh games may not be necessary:
Game 5 (if necessary)
Game 7 (if necessary)
So what about Florida Panthers tickets?
As established above, the Panthers will be playing games 3, 4 and 6 at the FLA Live Arena in Sunrise, Florida right next to Sawgrass Mills. For Game 3 the cheapest tickets will get you a seat in the 300 level with a starting price of around $424. After that, we’ve got the Club Level seats which are actually just below those in the 300 level and they will cost you roughly $642. Lastly, we’ve got the 100 level which has the seats that are closest to the ice. They will cost you something in the region of $640. For Games 4 and 6 you can find the breakdown in prices below: