For Game 6, Habs fans will have to pay up to 12 300$ for a single seat!

Published May 28, 2021 at 12:25

The Montreal Canadiens will have 2,500 supporters at the Bell Centre for Game 6 of their first-round playoff series against the Toronto Maple Leafs on Saturday, thanks to Quebec Premier François Legault's announcement last week that some COVID-19 limitations would be eased.

That's thanks to Cole Caufield and Nick Suzuki, who scored the game-winning overtime goal last night to send the series to Game 6.

But you're not one of the 2,500 season ticket holders who will be able to get tickets for the game on Saturday night? You can still purchase some on sites like Tickemaster, but you'll need a full wallet to do so.

Ticket prices have soared into the thousands of dollars due to a restricted supply and pent-up demand. Ticketmaster prices ranged from $1,736 CDN to $12,300 CDN, including fees and taxes, as of early Friday. To make matters worse, purchasers have to buy at least two tickets.

On StubHub, ticket prices range from 1668$ and 5044$.

An example of how much the tickets will set someone back was posted on Bardown and got fans going:

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For Game 6, Habs fans will have to pay up to 12 300$ for a single seat!

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