After their big game 7 win over Tamps Bay, the Pittsburgh Penguins will take on the San Jose Sharks in the 2016 Stanley Cup Finals. The Sharks defeated the St. Louis Blues in game 6 of the Western Conference Finals to clinch their first Stanley Cup appearance in franchise history.
The Penguins will have home ice advantage for the series, with game 1 slated for May 30th at the Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh. It is the least expensive game of the series, with a current average of $618.31. The cheapest ticket available it $245.
The games at San Jose’s SAP Center are significantly more expensive on the resale market than those in Pittsburgh. Sharks Stanley Cup tickets went on sale to the general public Thursday 5/26, with prices ranging from $175-$1,500. The average resale price is currently $1,141 for game 3, and $1303 for game 4. The cheapest ticket available to either is $718.
If the series extends to game 5 back in Pittsburgh, Penguins Stanley Cup tickets will break $1,000 on average. A game 7 would be the most expensive ticket of the Stanley Cup series, with an average of $1,402. The average for the entire series is currently $962.418, making it the cheapest Stanley Cup in the last 5 years.
Full 2016 Stanley Cup Final schedule:
*All Start Times are 5pm PST
Game 1 – 5/30 @ Pittsburgh
Game 2 – 6/1 @ Pittsburgh
Game 3 – 6/4 @ San Jose
Game 4 – 6/6 @ San Jose
Game 5 – 6/9 @ Pittsburgh**
Game 6 – 6/12 @ San Jose**
Game 7 – 6/15 @ Pittsburgh**