Blackhawks Stanley Cup ticket prices up to $25,000 for a pair

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Chicago Blackhawks center Antoine Vermette (80) celebrates with left wing Teuvo Teravainen (86) after scoring a goal against the Tampa Bay Lightning during the third period of Game 5 of the NHL hockey Stanley Cup Final, Saturday, June 13, 2015, in Tampa, Fla. | AP Photo/John Raoux

Want to see the Chicago Blackhawks win a Stanley Cup on home ice for the first time since 1938?

A pair of tickets for you and a friend will run you up to $25,000 for the best seat on the house, according to the latest prices on

Have a look:


Those $25,000 tickets are first-row seats up against the glass at center ice. Several more individual tickets are going for five figures.

The cheapest standing-room only tickets — face value $140 — are selling for more than $800. Most are selling for more than $1,000.

You can do a little better on, where the cheapest standing room tickets are going for $583. Lower-level seats on that website are approaching $10,000.

According to vividseats, the median ticket price for Monday’s game is $3,437. The get-in price for standing room only is $676, while the lowest price for seats starts at $1,090.

If Tampa Bay forces a Game 7, the median price is currently at $1,098 with a get-in price of $480.

The Blackhawks have won two Stanley Cups since 2010, but neither clinching victory came on home ice. In 1938, when the Hawks won at home, there were just eight teams in the NHL.

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