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The average price for New Jersey Devils tickets during the regular NHL season has remained relatively consistent over the past six seasons. The lowest average ticket price to see the Devils was $40 during the 2014-2015 season, with the highest price being $54 during the 2012-2013 season. The current average NJ Devils ticket price for the 2016-2017 NHL season is at $46, a 9% decrease compared to the previous season.

New Jersey Devils Regular Season Average Ticket Prices

(Data updated 11/10/2016)

How to Buy New Jersey Devils Tickets

1. Scan through the 2016 New Jersey Devils Schedule and select the game that you would like to attend, or use the opponent or date filters beside the New Jersey Devils ticket listings to find the perfect matchup.

2. Click “Select” to reveal all available New Jersey Devils tickets, the Prudential Center interactive seating chart, ticket quantity, and ticket price filters. Use the ticket price filter, and ticket quantity filter to quickly refine your search to the available New Jersey Devils tickets that are in your price range. You can also utilize the “eTickets Only” filter to find all New Jersey Devils tickets that will be delivered electronically. The Prudential Center interactive map can be employed to reveal all tickets available for a preferred section. Select the perfect tickets and click “Go” to proceed to checkout.

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2016 Devils Season Preview

The 2016-2017 New Jersey Devils schedule is set and the team is working towards returning to the Stanley Cup Finals for the first time since 2012. The Devils finished 7th in the Metropolitan Division and 12th in the Eastern Conference. The New Jersey Devils have acquired several free agents in the off-season, including Ben Lovejoy, Vernon Fiddler, and Luke Gazdic. The Devils are bound for a winning season soon, and 2017 might be their year. TicketCity is the place to go for New Jersey Devils tickets. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Devils at Prudential Center, or supporting New Jersey on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all New Jersey Devils tickets, including home and away games.

New Jersey Devils Hockey at Prudential Center

Address: 25 Lafayette St, Newark, New Jersey, 07102

The New Jersey Devils play all their home games at the Prudential Center, located in Newark, New Jersey. When filled to capacity, over 17,500 screaming fans can be heard supporting the Devils. The Prudential Center is also the home to the NCAA Seton Hall Pirates men’s basketball team and other numerous sporting events and entertainment acts. The New Jersey Devils home bench is on the Prudential Center rink side in front of sections 8 & 9. Prudential Center parking information is covered in our Devils event guide.

Prudential Center Seating Chart

New Jersey Devils Rivals

Devils vs. Rangers

The Hudson River Rivalry was formed mostly through the famous 1994 and 1995 seasons, where the Rangers and Devils won consecutive Stanley Cups. The two teams met in the 1997 playoffs as well, where the Devils fell to a Rangers team that couldn’t be stopped and was chalk full of hall of famers. Hockey goes well when both teams are good, and that usually the case in this rivalry.

Devils vs. Flyers

Sometimes referred to as the “Battle of the Jersey Turnpike”, the close proximity has turned it into quite a rivalry since the Devils and Flyers first met in 1982. The Devils have won three of the five playoff series’ between the two, and since the conferences were realigned in 1993 the two account for almost all of the Atlantic Division titles.

New Jersey Devils in the Stanley Cup, Eastern Conference Championship, and NHL Playoffs

Not only have the New Jersey Devils appeared in 5 Stanley Cups since 1995, they went on to win an unbelievable 3 of them. Their short history, dating back to 1982, includes 21 playoff appearances as well as an astonishing 9 division championships.

New Jersey Devils Event Guide

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What time do gates open prior to a Devils game?

Gates open between 60-90 and minutes before the puck drops at Prudential Center.

Where are good places to eat before a Devils game?

If you are looking to spend pre-game with plenty of other Devils fans you should visit Brick City Bar And Grill. Brick City serves some great pub food and is a great place to meet other Devils fanatics. Only a short walk from Prudential Center is Dinousour Bar-B-Que and Ferry St. Barbeque. Easily two of the best barbeque places in the area, both are worth checking out. For Spanish food lovers try Don Pepe, Spanish Tavern, or Mompou Tapas Wine Bar and Lounge. Other great places in the area are Hell’s Kitchen Lounge, Rio Rodizio, and McGovern’s Tavern.

Where is the best place to park at Prudential Center?

There are a few parking options near Prudential Center. There are parking garages on the north, west, and south sides of the arena. We recommend trying the garage on the south side as it is the largest and offers the best chance of finding a space. A few blocks south of the arena are three more parking garages just north of Chestnut Street. The Prudential Station is right across the street from the Prudential Center and the Subway is probably the most convenient way to get to and from a Devils game.

Does my child need a ticket to go to a Devils game?

Children under the age of 2 years old will be allowed to enter Prudential Center free of charge and must sit on a guardians lap for the duration of the game. It is recommended that you bring proof of your child’s age to the gate with you to ensure your child is admitted into the arena.

New Jersey Devils Preview History

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2015 New Jersey Devils Season Preview

The New Jersey Devils had another disappointing season a year ago, as the team continues its transition from its aging roster, to the next generation of Devils stars. The biggest change for New Jersey coming into 2015 happened off the ice, with the organization bringing in Ray Shero to take over as general manager. Shero is known for building teams for the long haul, and has quickly made some big moves in New Jersey. The Devils brought in local player Kyle Palmieri, who is expected to make a major impact and see major minute right off the bat. Other top Devils newcomers include John Moore, David Schlemko, and Jiri Tlusty. Despite the new additions, the 2015 New Jersey Devils might be playing for the future.

2014 New Jersey Devils Season Preview

The New Jersey Devils have long been one of the premier brands in the NHL. In 2013-14 the Devils finished 35-29 and missed the playoffs by 5 points. This was only the 3rd time since 1996 that New Jersey was left out of the NHL playoffs. The major storyline of the New Jersey Devils 2014-15 season is the exit of Martin Brodeur. One of the greatest goaltenders to ever play the game, Brodeur has been in the Devils net for over 20 years and helped guide the team to 3 Stanley Cup Finals. His successor Cory Schneider will have to deal with the never ending comparisons to Brodeur, and how he handles the limelight will be crucial to the New Jersey Devils success in 2014. Veteran star Jaromir Jagr will once again be the key to the Devils offensive attack, coming off a 24 goal 2013. He will have help from Patrik Elias, and Adam Henrique. If the Devils can improve on the offensive side of the ice, they have a shot to return to the NHL playoffs.

2013 New Jersey Devils Season Preview

Head coach Pete DeBoer will have some big decisions to make this season, including which goalkeeper to start between Cory Schneider and Martin Brodeur. The right choice could be instrumental in how the Devils do this season, and they’ll need every opportunity to do well in other facets of the game after Ilya Kovalchuk surprisingly retired from the NFL. They’ve signed Ryane Clowe, Jaromir Jagr and Michael Ryder to help out offensively and they try to get through 22 back-to-back game sets – the most in the NHL this season. The Devils will host the Montreal Canadiens and Detroit Red Wings in consecutive games in early December before hitting the road for match ups in New York, Columbus and Pittsburgh. The Blues will play in New Jersey on Jan 21., with the Capitals and Rangers shortly thereafter.

2012 New Jersey Devils Season Preview

The New Jersey Devils shocked the NHL world and most casual hockey observers when they cruised to a 48-28-6 record in the regular season for the sixth seed in the Eastern Conference. After knocking off the Florida Panthers, Philadelphia Flyers and New York Rangers in the Stanley Cup playoffs, the Devils were in line for their fourth title before being defeated by the Los Angeles Kings in the Stanley Cup Finals. Heading into the 2012-13 season, the Devils roster will hurt from the loss of one of its leading goal-scorers, Zach Parise, but many key veterans and talented young players could help the team prove that its playoff run was no fluke. Offensively, the Devils will return much of its potent scoring attack from a year ago, and the team's first line will still offer plenty of firepower with Ilya Kovalchuk, Travis Zajac and Dainus Zubrus. Obviously, the Devils will have to rely on younger players to replace Parise's minutes from the 2011-12 season, but the squad has plenty of depth with savvy veterans like Patrik Elias and David Clarkson as well as Calder Trophy nominee Adam Henrique. The Devils also made sure to secure their potent fourth line of Stephen Gionta, Krys Barch and Ryan Carter, who combined for 21 points in 24 playoff games last year. On defense, the Devils made sure to lock up stellar defenseman Bryce Salvador to a multi-year contract, who brings a steady presence to the team's power play and penalty killing minutes. The Devils are also hoping to see growth out of young players like Marek Zidlicky, who should see significant time along with Andy Greene and Henrik Tallinder. At goaltender, the ageless Martin Brodeur continues to produce at a high level and will return for his 21st year in the NHL. Goaltender Johan Hedberg also proved to be a reliable backup during the 2011-12 season and will return to keep Brodeur fresh throughout the season. Looking ahead to the 2012-13 season schedule, the Devils will kick off their season on October 13 at home against another Eastern Conference contender, the Boston Bruins. Most fans will have their sights set on the Devils' February 9 matchup against the Los Angeles Kings to see if the team can get revenge for their Stanley Cup Finals loss. With a strong roster from top to bottom, the Devils have all the talent and the experience to make a deep playoff run and sustain their success in the coming years.

New Jersey Devils News

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New Jersey Devils - 12/7/2016

Ben Lovejoy scored his first goal since March, allowing the Devils to beat the Canucks 3-2. The NJ Devils are currently 12-7-6 and rank sixth in the Metropolitan Division.

 
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