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The average ticket prices for Edmonton Oilers regular season games has fluctuated over the past six seasons. The highest average Oilers ticket price was $88 during the 2012-2013 season. The lowest average price for an Oilers ticket was $30 during the 2015-2016 season. The current average ticket price to see the Edmonton Oilers for the 2016-2017 season is at $55, a 45% increase compared to the previous season.

Edmonton Oilers Regular Season Average Ticket Prices

(Data updated 11/10/2016)

How to Buy Edmonton Oilers Tickets

1. Scan through the 2018 Edmonton Oilers Schedule and select the game that you would like to attend, or use the opponent or date filters beside the Edmonton Oilers ticket listings to find the perfect matchup.

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2018 Oilers Season Preview

The 2016-2017 Edmonton Oilers schedule is set and this season will be the team’s first season in their new arena, Rogers Place. The Oilers finished the 2015-2016 season 7th in the Pacific Division and 14th in the Western Conference. The Edmonton Oilers have acquired free agents Milan Lucic, formerly of the Los Angeles Kings, and Jonas Gustavsson of the Boston Bruins in hopes that they will help the team have a winning season. TicketCity is the place to go for Edmonton Oilers tickets. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Oilers at Rogers Place, or supporting Edmonton on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all Edmonton Oilers tickets, including home and away games.

Edmonton Oilers Hockey at Rogers Place

Address: 10220 104 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T5J 4Y8, Canada

The Oilers play all their home games at Rogers Place, located in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. When filled to capacity, the brand new arena holds over 18,500 loyal Oilers fans. Rogers Place is also the home to the Edmonton Oil Kings of the WHL. The arena also hosts many of the top entertainment acts throughout the year. The Edmonton Oilers home bench is on the Rogers Place rink side in front of sections 102-101. Rogers Place parking information is covered in our Oilers event guide.

Rogers Place Seating Chart

Edmonton Oilers Rivals

Oilers vs. Flames

The Battle of Alberta is probably the biggest event of the year in the province, and there’s no love lost between fans and players of each team. It’s the capital vs. the largest city in the most popular sport in the country and Edmonton has had long stretches of dominance over their neighbor many times over the years.

Oilers vs. Kings

The first year these two clubs met in the playoffs was 1982, where the Oilers were heavily favored behind the NHL points champion Wayne Gretzky. The Kings went on to win Game 5 and the series in front of Edmonton’s home crowd, and then breaking Oiler fans hearts even more, Gretzky was traded to the Kings six years later. The rivalry becomes an intradivisional on in 2013 when the Oilers make the move over to the same division as the Kings.

Edmonton Oilers in the Stanley Cup, Western Conference Championship, and NHL Playoffs

The five time Stanley Cup Champion Edmonton Oilers must have felt pretty lucky when Wayne Gretzky fell in their lap, but they’ll certainly take it. The five Stanley Cups aren’t all, add another seven Western Conference Championships and twenty Playoff Appearances and you’re looking at hockey royalty.

Edmonton Oilers Event Guide

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What time do gates open prior to an Oilers game?

Doors open 90 minutes before the puck drops at Rogers Place.

Where are good places to eat before an Oilers game?

If you can’t decide what kind of food you want before the game try Buffet Royale Carvery. BFC has a large selection of western, Ukranian, and Asian foods that are all incredibly tasty. For comfort food lovers try Sugarbowl. Great for families, this trendy place has some of the best food in Edmonton. If you are looking for a fine dining experience check out Red Ox Inn. Red Ox has a large selection of international food and a great wine menu as well. For a less expensive pre-game diner visit Swiss Donair. This local gem is quick, easy, and is a great experience. Swiss Donair is not usually open for dinner on Wednesdays so be sure to check their hours before leaving. Other great places in the area are Thanh Thanh, Tres Carnales Taqueria, Sabor Divino and Corso 32.

Where is the best place to park at Rogers Place?

There are 5 parking lots associated with Rogers Place, all located on the north side of the arena. We recommend trying Lot H, or Lot E, as they are the two largest lots and have the best chance of finding a spot. Lots D, C, and B are the most convenient, but fill up fast so we recommend purchasing a parking pass, or arriving early if you want to park in one of these lots. If you are looking to skip driving and parking altogether, check out the Edmonton Transit LRT. It has a station in the area and is a convenient way to get to and from the arena.

Does my child need a ticket to go to an Oilers game?

Children who have not reached their 2nd birthday are allowed to enter Rogers Place without a ticket and must sit in a guardians lap for the duration of the game. It is best practice to bring proof of your Child’s age with you to the gate to ensure they are allowed to enter the arena.

Edmonton Oilers Preview History

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2015 Edmonton Oilers Season Preview

The Edmonton Oilers finished near the bottom of the Pacific Division once again last year, extending the franchises playoff drought to 9 years. To avoid missing the Stanley Cup Playoffs for a full decade, the Oilers went out and produced one of the biggest offseasons in franchise history. Edmonton landed one of the most exciting prospects to hit the ice since Sidney Crosby in Connor McDavid. The 18 year old McDavid should have an immediate impact on the Oilers, and will be one of the players to watch over the next decade. The Edmonton Oilers also brought in quality defensiveman Andrej Sekera who should provide leadership and talent to a defensive line that struggled last season. The 2015 Edmonton Oilers season should incredibly exciting, with the young corps of Oilers players poised to be Stanley Cup contenders over the coming seasons.

2014 Edmonton Oilers Season Preview

Last season was a disaster for the Edmonton Oilers. Coming into the 2013 NHL Season there was a lot of hype around the Oilers and some even predicted that they would make the playoffs for the first time since reaching the Stanley Cup finals in 2006. But Edmonton proceeded to lose 15 of their first 21 games, many in blowout fashion. For the 2014 NHL season, the Edmonton Oilers will look to turn the slide back in the other direction and continue to improve their young talent. For the Oilers to succeed in 2014 they will need exceptional play from their goaltender Viktor Fasth, as the team simply couldn’t stop the puck a year ago. But much of the weight of the season’s aspirations will be put on the shoulders of Taylor Hall. Hall has quickly become one of the best wingers in the game and is the clear on the ice leader for the Edmonton Oilers. He will team Jordan Eberle, and David Perron to try and erase the mistakes of 2013.

2013 Edmonton Oilers Season Preview

The Oilers are still looking for that first playoff appearance since 2006, and their fans are starting to get a little impatient. Another disappointing performance in the 2012-13 Season has many doubting what the club can do, but they’re hoping the right formula has finally been found. With Taylor Hall, Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, Jordan Eberle and David Perron, they have a strong nucleus of players that could find a way into the postseason. The Oilers have a tough road schedule in December, including trips to Vancouver, Anaheim and Los Angeles. In January, Edmonton will play host to the Blues, Penguins and Predators, among others.

2012 Edmonton Oilers Season Preview

Oiler fans are happy that they can put last season behind them, as the ignominy of being the worst team in the NHL is now up for grabs again. And by the looks of their roster, they can look toward a future where they won’t have to battle for that title again. That’s because their team has what many consider the best young roster in the NFL. Last year, the rookie trio of Taylor Hall, Jordan Eberle and Magnus Paajarvi combined to score 112 points! They will build on that with team captain Shawn Horcoff and super-scoring (but oft-injured) winger Ales Hemsky supplying the leadership and discipline to the young’uns. The real test for the burgeoning Oiler team will be at defense, which really needs a full season from Ryan Whitney to be on the come-up. His ankle seems to be fully healed, and his ability to make plays from the blue line (and score points) will really steer the ship for the young Oilers. Also, look for a battle for netminder between Devan Dubynk and Nikolai Khabibulinto play out through the entire year.

2011 Edmonton Oilers Season Preview

The Edmonton Oilers are coming off one of their franchise's worst seasons - they finished last in the Western Conference by a dreadful 17 points and missed out on the playoffs for the fourth consecutive time. Unfortunately for Oilers fans, this season may not be much different, as an offseason left them bereft of the small amount of veteran experience they may have had. The offense will be led by Taylor Hall, who has potential to be among the best goal scorers in the league. Left wing Dustin Penner may be able to provide a scoring threat as well, but other than Hall and Penner, the team has little proven talent. A pair of rookies, Jordan Eberle and Magnus Paajarvi, may be able to make an immediate impact, but how they adjust to the professional game may be hard to gauge. The defense was especially porous last season, and the front offense looked to plug some of the gaping holes. The back line will certainly be looking to veteran defenseman Jim Vandermeer to add some much needed leadership to this Edmonton squad. Another question mark in the Oilers' game is who will be between the pipes. The job may go to Nikolai Khabibulin, but he has yet to show that he can be an elite goaltender.

2010 Edmonton Oilers Season Preview

Edmonton Oilers enter the 2009-2010 NHL season with hope for their team. The Oilers finished a few spots out of the playoffs last season, which prompted Edmonton to replace their long-time Head Coach (Craig MacTavish) in the offseason. New Oilers head man, Pat Quinn, will have the job of getting this storied franchise back into the playoffs.

Edmonton Oilers News

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Edmonton Oilers - 12/14/2016

Despite only winning two out of their last seven games, the Edmonton Oilers are in third place in the Pacific Division, with a 15-12-5 overall record.

Edmonton Oilers - 11/30/2016

The Edmonton Oilers are currently third in the Pacific Division behind the Anaheim Ducks and San Jose Sharks. They currently have a record of 12-10-2.

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