(PRWEB) June 10, 2013
Chicago Blackhawks Stanley Cup Finals tickets are in high demand in the Chicago area after the Hawks took out the Los Angeles Kings on Saturday and now that the schedule has been released. The Boston Bruins nailed down the Eastern Conference Championship on Friday with a sweep of the Pittsburgh Penguins. Tickets for the Chicago Blackhawks sold out immediately when they went on sale Friday at the United Center box office but hockey fans can still find some of the best seats for the Hawks online at PreferredSeat.com for the first game this Wednesday.
The Chicago Blackhawks have home ice advantage with the best record at the end of the regular season so they’ll host games 1, 2, 5 and 7. That leaves just three games for the Boston Bruins with games 3, 4 and 6 at TD Garden for the home crowd that last saw a Stanley Cup Championship in 2011. The teams did not play each other this season due to the strike shortened schedule.
As of Monday afternoon the Chicago Blackhawks ticket prices were running almost $100 per ticket cheaper than the Boston Bruins tickets for the home games at TD Garden where the cheapest seats for the Stanley Cup Finals were set close to $500 each and up per seat. Fans looking to save even more money can go with the standing room only tickets that are closer to $240 each for Wednesday’s home opener at the United Center.
Preferred Seating Tickets has been a leading supplier of guaranteed Stanley Cup Finals tickets since 1987 and they offer fans transparent ticket pricing as well as free shipping for all NHL Finals orders placed online or charge by phone with the promo code “nhlfreeship”. With the interactive seating charts for the United Center and TD Garden it makes it easy to just click on the seating area desired for the available seat locations.
Preferred Seating Tickets is not associated with the NHL, any venue or team. Terms used in this release are for descriptive purposes only. All 2013 Stanley Cup Finals tickets come with a service fee included in the listed price.