Madison Square Garden is widely known as the World’s Most Famous arena. This arena is home to some of the best events in the world. It’s also home the New York Rangers, and New York Knicks. If you have been good enough to perform at MSG, it is thought of as the pinnacle of your career. With it being basketball season, hockey season, and the arena being so famous, it’s no wonder they have so many events going on. Below is a list of Rangers and Knicks games going on at Madison Square Garden this week with ticket pricing data provided by TiqIQ.
According to SuiteHop, suites at MSG range from $4,000 to $30,000 for Knicks and Rangers games, depending upon how large the suite is and how many additional amenities purchased, which include private entrances, personalized service, and premium catering.
1/26/15 New York Knicks vs. Sacramento Kings | Avg. Price: $107.20 | Get-in Price: $15.00 | NYC Parking $11
The New York Knicks have been close to unwatchable this season. With an 8-36 record the Knicks have been towards the bottom of the NBA barrel. However, this game still features top talent. DeMarcus Cousins poses a challenge to the Knicks down low. He’ll be able to make easy work of the Knicks interior defense. To get into this game it will only cost $15.00, and with an average price of $107.20, you could be getting a chance to see something special.
1/28/15 New York Knicks vs. Oklahoma City Thunder | Avg. Price: $177.04 | Get-in Price: $33.00 | NYC Parking $11
Kevin Durant is one of the NBA’s most prolific scorers. Carmelo Anthony is another one of the game’s most prolific scorers. These two guys will be going head-to-head, and that could cause the scoreboard to light up to a wild extent. The average price to see these two scorers go against one another is $177.04, according to TiqIQ. With a get in price of only $33.00 you can get a great show for a fairly low price.
1/29/15 New York Rangers vs. Montreal Canadiens | Avg. Price: $392.52 | Get-in Price: $103 | NYC Parking $10
Two Original Six teams are heading for a faceoff in Madison Square Garden this week. The Montreal Canadiens will be heading into town to take on the New York Rangers. Both teams are in third place in their respective divisions, and looking to lock up a spot in the playoffs. This will be a rematch of last season’s Eastern Conference Finals, which saw the Rangers win the controversial series. According to TiqIQ, the average price is $392.52, which is down 3% from last week’s prices. And the get in price is $103.00.
1/31/15 Carolina Hurricanes vs. New York Rangers | Avg. Price: $391.64 | Get-in Price: $115.00 | New York City Parking $10
The Carolina Hurricanes come in to town to face the Rangers in this Saturday night matchup. Because it is a Saturday night, this game is commanding the highest prices of the week. The average price for this matchup is $391.64. To get into the garden to watch Henrik Lundqvist in action, it will cost at least $115.00. The Hurricanes rank towards the bottom of the Eastern Conference, but will look to start the second half of the season on a positive note. Forward Eric Staal is out to prove that he is still a force, and proposes a unique challenge to Lundqvist and the New York defense. Staal has scored 15 goals and netted 28 points so far this season.
2/1/15 New York Knicks vs. Los Angeles Lakers | Avg. Price: $241.36 | Get-in Price: $72.00 | New York City Parking $10
The New York Knicks and Los Angeles Lakers are two of the marquee franchises in the NBA. When the calendar turns to February, the Lakers will be strolling into Madison Square Garden to take on Carmelo Anthony and the Knicks. According to TiqIQ, the average price to see these two teams go head-to-head is $241.36 and a get-in price of $72.00. Kobe Bryant recently went down with a torn labrum in his shoulder, and is expected to be out for the season, so it’s unlucky that fans won’t get to watch him play. Thankfully parking is only $10 for this game, which is a steal on this Super Bowl Sunday, especially compared to prices for MetLife Stadium parking last year this time for SB XLVIII!