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When Rangers Visit Prudential Next Week Tickets Will Be Much Cheaper Than Upcoming Game Against Devils at MSG

The New York Rangers clinched a playoff spot last week for the fifth consecutive season and have qualified for the Stanley Cup Playoffs in nine of the past 10 seasons. They sit atop the Metropolitan Division and are in line for the No. 1 seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs.

In order to clinch home ice advantage, the Rangers will need to perform well over their last seven games, four of which are on the road. They will face their cross-rival rivals the New Jersey Devils twice in the final two weeks of the season, first at Madison Square Garden onApril 4 and just three days later in Newark. As is often the case when the Rangers are one of the best teams in the NHL, it’s difficult to find an affordable price to watch a blueshirts game at MSG. For that reason, heading to the Prudential Center to see the Rangers face the Devils may be the least expensive local option that fans have to support the team in person.

One way to make things even less expensive than buying tickets on the secondary market would be to host a group of your friends as part of Host Committee’s experience for the Rangers-Devils game on April 7.  The tickets for 100-level seats in the Prudential Center are $146 each, compared to $255 for comparable seats on the secondary market for their April 4 meeting at Madison Square Garden. The savings are even more stark when you consider that with Host Committee you can bring a larger group that can all sit together, whereas on the secondary market for the game at MSG the prices rise even higher for more than four tickets together.

Not only do Rangers fans save more than $100 to see the team play in New Jersey than New York, but Host Committee also offers incredible perks for hosts and the group members they bring. While these perks may not be geared towards Rangers fans, it is still an incredibly cool experience to be able to take a picture at center ice after the game, or take a shot from the blue line following the action. These are some of the perks hosts and their group can receive from Host Committee.

Seeing a Rangers game is always a great experience, and even more so with friends and family. With the season winding down and prices already high (and even higher when the playoffs start), making the short trip to the Prudential Center may be a Rangers fan’s best bet to support the team in person this season.

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