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The Edmonton Oilers are still looking for answers to their struggling season as the midway point approaches. The Oilers are towards the bottom of the league but feature great players like Connor McDavid who will hopefully find their groove. Make sure to check out the great prices of Edmonton Oilers tickets on Rukkus!

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How do I buy the best price Edmonton Oilers tickets?

The best way to purchase Edmonton Oilers tickets is to go directly to the specific Edmonton Oilers page. There you will find the entire schedule for the Oilers listed in order starting with the games that are closest in geographical location. Proceeding that will be all of their games in chronological order with games from similar teams near the bottom. After finding a seat, you can flip through the pictures taken from each seating chart for Rexall Place that provides a seat view of every possible section. If you are either looking to purchase a ticket or have already bought your seat, our seat view will give you the ability to see exactly what the view of the game will be from your seat. The interactive seating charts of Rexall Place provide a convenient way to preview everything about your experience so that you are completely informed before making your game purchase.

How much do Edmonton Oilers tickets cost?

Rukkus uses algorithms to find the best Edmonton Oilers tickets for your budget. Whether that is cheap tickets or more expensive tickets, Rukkus has access to thousands of great value tickets at Rexall Place. You may encounter a high fluctuation of NBA ticket prices. If you are having trouble finding the perfect ticket, our fan operations team will be happy to take your call and make certain that you are able to buy the best ticket out there.

Can I buy away tickets for the Edmonton Oilers?

Purchasing tickets for the Edmonton Oilers when they are on the road is simple. Check the schedule for the night that they will be in town and go to the Edmonton Oilers page. Rukkus has every home and away game listed from tonight on through the end of the season. Regardless of whether you bought a ticket last minute or months ahead of time, rest assured that we always guarantee every ticket sold.

When do Edmonton Oilers tickets go on sale?

There a couple simple ways to be notified when Oilers tickets go on sale. They are usually able to be purchased a few months before the opening game. It is also possible to setup a personal price alert for both a team or a specific game, so that you can know right away if any game information has changed. Rukkus is one of the first companies to display tickets for a NBA game at Rexall Place. If you can’t find the information that you are looking for, please email our team over at: hi@rukkus.com

Can I purchase home game tickets for the Edmonton Oilers?

Rukkus makes it simple to find and buy home game tickets for the Oilers. The schedule for all games happening at Rexall Place are listed on the team tickets page. Since Rukkus pulls all NBA ticket information, it is a simple process to purchase home game tickets for the Oilers. Whether your home game purchase is the cheapest, most expensive, or best ticket around, you can rest assured that Rukkus always guarantees every ticket sold. If there is even an issue with your ticket purchasing experience, please feel free to reach out to our customer service team for help.

What makes Rexall Place special?

Rexall Place is currently the second oldest arena in the entire NHL having opened in 1974, only behind Madison Square Garden home of the New York Rangers. Rexall Place was the first NHL arena in Canada to have a center hung scoreboard with electronic message board. Rexall Place is set to host its final NHL season for the 2015-16 season, as the arena has become too small for the NHL requirements, prompting the building of a new arena in the Edmonton area.

Who are some marquee players that have been apart of the Edmonton Oilers team in the past?

The Oilers have a long and storied history in the NHL that dates back to 1979, and the World Hockey Association from 1972 until the franchise joined the NHL. In that time, the franchise fielded many great players including Paul Coffey, Wayne Gretzky, Mark Messier, Grant Fuhr, Jari Kurri, Glenn Anderson, Al Hamilton, and Norm Ullman among many others.

How have the Edmonton Oilers performed historically?

Through the Oilers history, they may be best known as the franchise that the greatest player of all time, Wayne Gretzky, spent most of his career with. During Gretzky’s time with the franchise, the Oilers won 5 Stanley Cups and made it to 6 Stanley Cup Finals total. As well as a franchise, the Oilers have made a total of 7 Stanley Cups, winning 5 of them all with Gretzky, as well as 7 Conference Championships, 2 President’s Trophies, and 9 Division Championships.

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An incredible evening of captivating NHL action awaits you at an Edmonton Oilers game. The crowd at Rexall Place is full of energy as their Oilers storm the ice and skate up and down the rink with tremendous speed. You will experience the intensity of the Edmonton crowd as they passionately cheer on their team all game long. Get your tickets right away and take part in this fantastic event!



The Edmonton Oilers are a young team filled with promising young players. Many of these fine players developed in the Canadian Hockey League, so passionate fans of Canadian hockey know them well. The athleticism and pure talent of this Oilers team is on display during every game. Don’t miss your chance to experience the spectacular hockey this Oiler team has to offer!

While the Oilers keep the home crowd entertained with the fast-paced action on the ice, fans return the favor with a phenomenal atmosphere in the building. Passionate hockey fans flock from all over North America to catch a live Oilers game at this amazing facility. The die-hard fans and tremendous environment for NHL hockey can’t be matched anywhere else. Come join the avid Oilers fans at Rexall Place!

Excellent hockey, a terrific arena and a fan-friendly culture will provide you with an amazing experience at Rexall Place. Come join this Oilers team as they look to bring the Stanley Cup back to Edmonton. From legendary players like Wayne Gretzky, Mark Messier and Paul Coffey, this franchise has a rich history of success and respect throughout the NHL. Grab your tickets today and be part of the action!

Edmonton Oilers Overview

The dichotomy between how current young fans feel about the Edmonton Oilers and how the older generation remembers the Oilers is staggering. No team has fallen further than the once proud and successful Edmonton franchise. Long live Glen Sather!

Starting at the beginning, the Edmonton Oilers began play in the World Hockey Association in 1972 as one of the 12 founding franchises. They spent seven years in that league before joining with the NHL in 1979 when the leagues merged.

The merge quickly brought unparalleled success to the Oilers and their fans. Beginning in the 1979-80 hockey season, Edmonton made the playoffs 13 consecutive seasons. During that stretch, spanning through 1992, it won six division titles, two Presidents’ Trophies, six conference championships and a staggering five Stanley Cups. The Oilers were the team.

The first Cup title came in 1984. Glen Sather was the coach at the time. Sather was in charge starting in 1976, when the team was still a member of the WHA. He would go on to lead the Oilers to five Stanley Cup finals berths and four championships as head coach. Sather briefly relinquished coaching duties to John Muckler during the 1990 season, when Edmonton would win its fifth title. Sather was still around though as the team’s general manager. Currently, Sather remains a GM in the NHL, leading the New York Rangers.

Those title teams throughout the 1980s and early 90s were made up of a special group of players, not the least of which was a man by the name of Wayne Gretzky.

Gretzky was Edmonton captain from 1983 through 1988. He was inducted into the hockey Hall of Fame in 1999 and his pure dominance of the sport was so inarguable that the entire league retired his number 99 jersey in 2000. It would take a book to cover his illustrious 21-year NHL career, but even his nine seasons spent in Edmonton were the stuff of legend.

As a 19-year-old playing his first season in the league, Gretzky tied for the NHL lead in points, won the Lady Byng and the Hart Memorial Trophy. He topped 50 goals each of his first eight seasons in Edmonton while winning seven more Hart Trophies and seven Art Ross trophies. The accomplishments continue ad nauseam, but the great thing about the Oilers at this time was that Gretzky was not alone.

1983, the season the Oilers lost in the finals, saw four different players reach 100 points: Gretzky, as well as Mark Messier, Glenn Anderson and Jari Kurri. Paul Coffey finished just short of the mark with 96 points. The next season, Edmonton set the NHL record for goals in a season with 446. It became the first team ever to have three 50-goal scorers as Gretzky was joined by Kurri and Anderson atop the 50-goal mark. During the playoffs, Messier would win the Conn Smythe as postseason MVP and Edmonton would capture its first title as the dynasty kicked off.

Amazingly, two years later, following back-to-back championships, the trio of Gretzky, Kurri and Anderson topped 50 goals apiece yet again. Meanwhile, Coffey set the NHL record for goals by a defenseman with 48. The staggering totals would continue to pile up for the Edmonton offense as the decade advanced. Although not to be outshined, goalie Grant Fuhr was responsible for his share of the team’s success as well. Fuhr was a top goaltender for much of the title run, even leading the league in wins and winning the Vezina Trophy in 1988.

In the summer of ’88, the team traded Gretzky away to the Los Angeles Kings. The move was made because owner Peter Pocklington was worried about Gretzky leaving the following season and receiving nothing in return. The move shook up the hockey universe and set Edmonton back…although it didn’t stay down for long.

After being eliminated in the first round of the playoffs in 1988-89 (by, oddly enough, Gretzky’s Kings), Edmonton was back to being league champion the very next year behind captain Mark Messier.

All of the greats from that era – Anderson, Coffey, Fuhr, Gretzky, Kurri, Messier and Sather – made it into the Hall of Fame and went on to have their numbers retired, the latter with the exception of Sather since he was coach/GM.

This level of unmitigated brilliance on the ice has been rarely glimpsed in Edmonton since. The team made it back to the Cup finals in 2005-06 but lost to Carolina. And in the subsequent nine years, the team made the playoffs zero times.

It has been a real struggle for the Oilers this century. Part of that may stem from attempting to live up to those ludicrous expectations from a dynasty long since passed. Fans in Alberta demand a winner. But now it’s getting to the point where the Oilers are almost a punch line in hockey discussions. Their continual top draft picks have loaded the team with young talent that never seems to live up to expectations.

The current crop is led by Taylor Hall, first overall pick in 2010, Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, first overall pick in 2011 and Nail Yakupov, first overall pick in 2012. If that group wasn’t enough, the Oilers won the draft lottery this year, giving them the right to select first overall for the fourth time in just the last six years alone. It is a foregone conclusion that the team will take Canadian prospect Connor McDavid, a player being touted as perhaps the best skater entering the league since Sidney Crosby.

With McDavid likely being added to a roster already filled with top tier talents, it seems like just a matter of time before Edmonton gets back to its winning ways older fans grew accustomed to. Of course, folks have been saying this for years now as the losses keep piling up. If four top picks aren’t enough, what will it take to bring the Oilers back to prominence?

Edmonton Oilers Lineup

  • Mark Arcobello
  • Leon Draisaitl
  • Boyd Gordon
  • Matt Hendricks
  • Ryan Nugent-Hopkins
  • Taylor Hall
  • Jesse Joensuu
  • David Perron
  • Benoit Pouliot
  • Jordan Eberle
  • Iiro Pakarinen
  • Teddy Purcell
  • Nail Yakupov
  • Keith Aulie
  • Mark Fayne
  • Andrew Ference
  • Oscar Klefbom
  • Martin Marincin
  • Nikita Nikitin
  • Jeff Petry
  • Justin Schultz
  • Viktor Fasth
  • Ben Scrivens

Todays Edmonton Oilers Tickets

Rukkus has tickets for the Edmonton Oilers tonight starting as low as $120. If you can't make it today, we also have tickets for the Edmonton Oilers tomorrow at $74. Cheap tickets for the Edmonton Oilers this Friday sell for $69. Buy cheap Sunday tickets for the Edmonton Oilers at any time before they are sold out. You will always find cheap the Edmonton Oilers tickets everyday, up until the last minute before the the Edmonton Oilers game.

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Cheap Edmonton Oilers Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$2.00 Edmonton Oilers at New York Islanders — 02/07/2016
Barclays Center; Brooklyn, NY
$5.00 Edmonton Oilers at Minnesota Wild — 02/24/2015
Xcel Energy Center; Saint Paul, MN
$5.00 Edmonton Oilers at Dallas Stars — 10/13/2015
American Airlines Center; Dallas, TX
$5.00 Edmonton Oilers at Dallas Stars — 01/21/2016
American Airlines Center; Dallas, TX
$5.00 Edmonton Oilers at Arizona Coyotes — 01/12/2016
Gila River Arena; Glendale, AZ
$5.00 Edmonton Oilers at Carolina Hurricanes — 11/25/2015
PNC Arena; Raleigh, NC
$7.00 NHL Preseason: Edmonton Oilers at Calgary Flames — 09/26/2016
Scotiabank Saddledome; Calgary, AB
$7.00 Edmonton Oilers at Anaheim Ducks — 12/10/2014
Honda Center; Anaheim, CA
$8.00 NHL Preseason: Winnipeg Jets at Edmonton Oilers — 09/23/2015
Rexall Place; Edmonton, AB
$8.00 NHL Preseason: Edmonton Oilers at Vancouver Canucks — 09/28/2016
Rogers Arena; Vancouver, BC

Best and Most Expensive Edmonton Oilers Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$824.00Edmonton Oilers at Colorado Avalanche — 12/19/2015
Pepsi Center; Denver, CO
$416.00Edmonton Oilers at Chicago Blackhawks — 11/08/2015
United Center; Chicago, IL
$288.00Calgary Flames at Edmonton Oilers — 10/12/2016
Rogers Place; Edmonton, AB
$229.00Calgary Flames at Edmonton Oilers — 01/16/2016
Rexall Place; Edmonton, AB
$195.00Calgary Flames at Edmonton Oilers — 04/04/2015
Rexall Place; Edmonton, AB
$186.00Vancouver Canucks at Edmonton Oilers — 04/06/2016
Rexall Place; Edmonton, AB
$185.00Edmonton Oilers at New Jersey Devils — 02/09/2016
Prudential Center; Newark, NJ
$178.00NHL Preseason: Edmonton Oilers at Winnipeg Jets — 09/25/2015
MTS Centre; Winnipeg, MB
$176.00Edmonton Oilers at Vancouver Canucks — 04/09/2016
Rogers Arena; Vancouver, BC
$168.00Edmonton Oilers at Calgary Flames — 12/27/2015
Scotiabank Saddledome; Calgary, AB
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