Tickets to Golden Knights games are in higher demand than seats for any team in the entire NHL, according to StubHub. And because the tickets are selling for such high prices on the secondary market, it presents a unique opportunity—for season ticket holders to recoup most of their money by selling off less than a quarter of their stash.
One season ticket holder paid approximately $5,000 for a pair of seats near the bottom of the lower bowl—$55 per game for each seat. Those same seats (and seats around them) are now going for an average of $250 each for games featuring marquee teams like the Penguins, Blackhawks and Capitals. That means a season ticket holder could dump the 10 most coveted games and cover almost the entire cost of the season—watching the other 34 games basically for free.