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Washington Capitals fans have been waiting 20 years for a Stanley Cup home game, and 44 years for the Stanley Cup. With a Game 3 Win on Saturday night, ticket prices for Games 4 and 6 (if necessary) have reached astronomical heights.
According to TicketIQ, prices for games 4 and 6 at CapItal One Arena are up 31%. The average price for the Capitals series are now the most expensive tracked since 2011, at an average of $2,910
We did a quick scan of Stubhub Sunday evening to see what the status is for Game 4, to be played Monday night at Capital One Arena. There were approximately 600 tickets remaining with the cheapest ticket right now sitting at $1,150, for corner, upper-tier seats. Second-row seats will cost you $6,000 and up.
It’s doubtful prices will come down, and will likely rise before the drop of the puck for Game 4.
By Jon Sorensen