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The average price for Winnipeg Jets tickets for regular season NHL games has fluctuated significantly over the past six seasons. The highest average Jets ticket price was $209 during the 2011-2012 season. The lowest average price was $81 during the 2013-2014 season. The current average ticket price is for Winnipeg Jets tickets for the 2016-2017 NHL season is $101, a significant decrease compared to previous years.

How to Buy Winnipeg Jets Tickets

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

2. Click “Select” to reveal all available Winnipeg Jets tickets, the MTS Centre 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 Winnipeg Jets tickets that are in your price range. You can also utilize the “eTickets Only” filter to find all Winnipeg Jets tickets that will be delivered electronically. The MTS Centre 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.

3. Review the checkout page to ensure that the correct Winnipeg Jets tickets have been selected, and read through any ticket notes or delivery information. If everything looks correct, fill out the checkout information, and purchase your Winnipeg Jets Tickets!

2018 Jets Season Preview

The 2016-2017 Winnipeg Jets schedule is set and after a fairly uneventful 2015-2016 season, the team is working towards a winning season. The Jets finished 7th in the Central Division and 11th in the Western Conference. Winnipeg has acquired free agents Shawn Matthias, Quinton Howden, and Brian Strait in the off-season. The Jets haven’t been to the playoffs since the 2014-2015 season, so it will be interesting to see if they can turn things around this season. TicketCity is the place to go for Winnipeg Jets tickets. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Jets at MTS Centre, or supporting Winnipeg on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all Winnipeg Jets tickets, including home and away games.

Winnipeg Jets Hockey at MTS Centre

Address: 300 Portage Ave, Winnipeg, MB R3C 5S4, Canada

The Jets play all their home games at the MTS Centre, located in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. When filled to capacity, the MTS Centre holds over 15,000 loyal fans. The MTS Centre has already got a reputation of being one of the loudest arenas in hockey even though it has the smallest seating capacity. The MTS Centre also holds numerous concerts throughout the year. The Winnipeg Jets home bench is on the MTS Centre rink side in front of section 119. MTS Centre parking information is covered in our Jets event guide.

MTS Centre Seating Chart

Winnipeg Jets Rivals

Jets vs. Canucks

It’s a rivalry renewed by the new version of the Winnipeg Jets, and when the team moved back it looked like the fans hadn’t missed a beat when it came to the rivalry with the Canucks. Before 2012, the two clubs hadn’t faced each other since a 5-3 Canucks win in 1996, and those in Manitoba can’t wait to take on their old foes in B.C. once again.

Winnipeg Jets in the Stanley Cup, Western Conference Championship, and NHL Playoffs

Returning to Winnipeg after 15 year absence, the Jets will look to “get on the scoreboard” in terms of Stanley Cup Championships and Conference Championships. Despite the lack of wins in big games, the Winnipeg Jets have played in 11 NHL postseasons.

Winnipeg Jets Event Guide

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What time do gates open prior to a Jets game?

Gates at MTS Centre open 90 minutes before the scheduled puck drop.

Where are good places to eat before a Jets game?

There are a few good sports bars in the area. D’Jay’s, and Pony Corral are two of the best. For great pub food, try Tapps. Tapps has a great atmosphere and is usually packed with Jets fans. If you are looking for a trendier place, try Elephant and Castle. E & C has a wide menu, great drink selections and is always a good time. For great Asian food try East India Company or Hu’s Asian Bistro. Other good places are Viva Restaurant, Hy’s Steakhous, and The Storm.

Where is the best place to park at MTS Centre?

There are plenty of good parking options at MTS Centre. The most convenient spots are located just south of the arena on the other side of Graham Ave. at Carlton and Hargrave. There is another large parking area on the east side of Smith Street and Graham Avenue. For a slightly longer walk try looking on York Ave. between Edmonton and Smith streets. There are numerous parking options in that area and still only about 10 minutes away from the arena.

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

Children under the age of 2 years old will be allowed to enter MTS Centre without a ticket and must sit on a guardians lap for the duration of the game. We recommend bringing proof of your Child’s age with you to avoid any last minute hassles at the gate.

Winnipeg Jets Preview History

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2015 Winnipeg Jets Season Preview

The Winnipeg Jets did something last season that they had never done before, make the NHL playoffs. The excitement and energy at the MTS Centre for seeing playoff hockey was unbelievable. The Jets enter 2015 looking to bring their first playoff win back to Winnipeg. The 2015 Winnipeg Jets will look much the same as they did a season ago, with stars Andrew Ladd, Bryan Little, and Blake Wheeler still leading the charge for the Jets. Winnipeg did bring in veterans Tyler Myers and Drew Stafford to give the team an extra edge late in the season. But much of the Jets hopes in 2015 will ride on the play of goaltender Ondrej Pavelec. If Pavelec can replicate the play he had a season ago, the Winnipeg Jets should be right in the thick of the playoff hunt once again.

2014 Winnipeg Jets Season Preview

The Winnipeg Jets had some high points in the 2013 season. Most notably the Jets were one of the better scoring teams in the NHL. The Jets ranked in the top 15 in goals scored and are always a threat to put up high points totals. Coming into the 2014 season the Jets goals are to try and improve a shaky defense and move up the standings in a very competitive NHL Central Division. For Winnipeg to improve on defense, they will look for a huge season long effort from new comer Julien Brouillette and Adam Pardy. But in reality, the Winnipeg Jets will continue to live and die with their scoring ability in 2014. Winger Evander Kane will need to recover from his down season and start to realize some of his massive potential. If the Jets can get a solid season from him, as well as Jacob Trouba, Mark Scheifele, and Blake Wheeler, they will have a good shot to improve on last season’s results.

2013 Winnipeg Jets Season Preview

The Jets made some moves earl on this offseason, bringing in Michael Frolik and Devin Setoguchi via trades with the Blackhawks and Wild. Lost to free agency this season were Ron Hainsey, Nik Antropov, Kyle Wellwood and Alex Burmistrov, but most of those seemed like the right move for the long run. The Jets will need Ondrej Pavelec to be solid between the posts this season if they want a chance at the playoffs, and a 2.95 won’t cut it this time. After being on the road for the first three games of the New Year in Ottawa, Boston and Pittsburg, the Winnipeg faithful will welcome back the club with 7 of 11 at home. The Jets will face the Lightning on January 7th, followed by the Blue Jackets and Coyotes. The end of the month will feature games against the Maple Leafs, Predators and Canucks.

2011 Winnipeg Jets Season Preview

The hockey team formerly known as the Atlanta Thrashers, the Winnipeg Jets, arguably have more to prove this season than anyone in the National Hockey League. The franchise changed its name earlier this year and has since moved to Winnipeg, Canada, to cater to the thriving fanbase. In the 2011-12 regular season, ice hockey enthusiasts can expect to see plenty of talent in the rink. A number of veterans are expected to make their debut in Winnipeg and give the franchise a chance to make the Stanley Cup Playoffs, including Mark Stuart, Blake Wheeler and Nik Antropov. Head coach Claude Noel will also bring valuable experience to the team and assist them in their effort to make their first appearance in the playoffs in years. In 2011-12, expect the Jets to be a contender in the Southeast division. Although the Capitals have maintained a stronghold on first place over the years, Winnipeg will bring unique talent that could rival any of their rivals.

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