The Stanley Cup Finals are heading back to St. Louis for the first time in almost 50 years. After taking Game 2 from the Bruins on Carl Gunnarsson's overtime goal, Blues fans are gearing up for Game 3 back home. That means shelling out serious money for seats at Enterprise Center.
The tickets for Saturday's game have skyrocketed over the past few days. Fans won't be able to attend the pivotal game without putting a major dent in their wallets.
There are still some cheaper seats available for Game 3 that won't set you back over a thousand dollars. However, that's dependent on your definition of "cheap".
Seats for the mezzanine level, which are nearly in the nosebleeds, are currently listed on StubHub for nearly $700 before fees. According to StubHub, the best value seat is right against the glass setting fans back just under $1,400 before fees.
If fans truly want the full experience for Game 3, they can pay $5,600 to be seated right against the glass with an "All You Can Eat" pass.
Ahead of the game, the Better Business Bureau has warned fans against potentially purchasing fake tickets. With so many tickets being sold for such high prices, fans will want to triple check that the seats they purchase are completely legitimate.
If fans are willing to pay that much for tickets, hopefully the Blues can make it worth while and steal Game 3 to take a 2-1 series lead over the Bruins.