How much are Minnesota Wild season tickets?

Fans can purchase season tickets in the upper, lower and club level starting at $55 per game for 11-game, half-season and full-season plans at or by calling or texting a Wild Ticket Sales Representative at 651-222 WILD (9453).

How much are tickets to a Blackhawks game?

Chicago Blackhawks Ticket Prices

Season Location Average Ticket Price
2020-21 United Center $150
2019-20 United Center $89
2018-19 Notre Dame Stadium $138
2018-19 United Center $84

Can fans attend Wild games?

What is the status of fans being able to attend games at Xcel Energy Center for the 2020-21 Season? As of April 1, Xcel Energy Center can host up to 3,000 fans inside the venue. Season Ticket Members will receive priority access to tickets for the 2020-21 season.

Is there a Winter Classic in 2021?

After the COVID-19 pandemic forced the cancellation of the 2021 Winter Classic, the annual game returns on New Year’s Day as the Minnesota Wild host the St. Louis Blues at Target Field.

Where is the 2021 NHL Winter Classic?

Target Field
2022 NHL Winter Classic/Location

How much are tickets for Minnesota?

Minnesota Vikings Ticket Prices

Season Location Average Ticket Price
2020 U.S. Bank Stadium $262
2019 U.S. Bank Stadium $190
2018 U.S. Bank Stadium $187
2017 U.S. Bank Stadium $150

How much are the Blackhawks worth?

The Chicago Blackhawks are the fourth-most valuable franchise in the NHL, according to Forbes, coming in with a value of $1.4B. That is a 29% increase from last year’s valuation and a five-year increase of 51%. Other notables from the Forbes report include: Eight NHL teams are valued at $1B or higher.

Do the Minnesota Wild allow fans?

The Minnesota Wild have their first match of the 2021 season at the Xcel Energy Center Tuesday night! Fans will be asked but not required to wear a mask in the Xcel Energy Center. Bags are still not allowed inside, but medical and diaper bags can enter at Gate 1 and are subject to X-ray screening.

Did the wild game get Cancelled?

Minnesota Wild official statement: Out of respect for the heartbreaking incident that occurred last night in Brooklyn Center, tonight’s Minnesota Wild game has been postponed. The decision was made after discussions with local and state officials, and the National Hockey League.