The game will take place on January 1, 2014 as tradition dictates. Tickets will go on sale on October 22 and are available through Ticketmaster.
Seating appears plentiful but the Winter Classic is arguably the second-biggest event that the NHL puts on every season. The first, of course, being the Stanley Cup Final. As such, it should come as no surprise that tickets are a bit on the pricey side.
The cheapest available ‘seats’ come in at $89, and appear to be standing-room only based on the chart provided by Ticketmaster. If you’re looking to sit down and watch the game, but are still on a bit of a budget then $129 dollars will get you a seat in the upper ring.
Tickets continue to move up in price, topping out at a whopping $279 dollars per seat.
Stubs to the event are likely to go fast though, and the prices could double on the secondary market once the event is sold out and January draws near. A limited number is available as it stands, so fans interested in attending the event should move quickly.
Heads-up, hockey fans: A limited number of tickets for the 2014 NHL Winter Classic will go on sale at 10 a.m. http://t.co/gbrdxmZsCs
— MLive (@MLive) October 22, 2013