4 ways to score Flyers tickets
“A limited number of tickets” were released for tonight’s Game 2 of the Stanley Cup series between the Philadelphia Flyers and the New Jersey Devils, the hockey club announced about 9:30 this morning. Call 1-800-298-4200 or visit ComcastTix.com.
"A limited number of tickets" were released for tonight's Game 2 of the Stanley Cup series between the Philadelphia Flyers and the New Jersey Devils, the hockey club announced about 9:30 this morning.
Call 1-800-298-4200 or visit ComcastTix.com.
As of 1 p.m., a check of ComcastTix showed some lower-level tickets were still available. The "best available" seats for two together were $245 each, plus fees.
It is possible to pay less, though. Of course, the seats most likely will be farther from the action.
Resellers on Stubhub this afternoon were asking less than $100 for some seats, with dozens listed for $120 or less. The upper range, though, goes to $500 each and beyond.
Tickets can be downloaded for printing out in time for the game. See Stubhub's listing.
Or attend a game up the turnpike in North Jersey, since the Devils haven't sold out yet.
As of this afternoon, $100 seats were still available for Thursday evening's Game 3 of the series, held at the Prudential Center, Mulberry Street in Newark, N.J.
For Sunday's (possibly clinching) Game 4, 7:30 p.m. at the Prudential Center, $127.75 seats were among those remaining directly from the club.
Go to the Devils website to check out tickets for these games or a possible Game 6 on Thursday, May 10.
Even cheaper tickets can be found at StubHub's listings for the Devils.
Games 5 and 7 are scheduled for the Wells Fargo Center, if needed, next Tuesday and Sunday, May 12. Count on those tickets commanding the highest prices of the series, if the games are necessary. Again, it's possible some good tickets will become available the morning of the games.
The Flyers won the first game Sunday, 4-3, in overtime at home.
Contact staff writer Peter Mucha at 215-854-4342 or firstname.lastname@example.org.