Being a Canucks fan can sometimes be a double-edged sword. On the one hand, the Vancouver hockey team finally made it to the playoffs for the first time in nearly a decade – a huge feat and a big moment for fans across the city. However, this means that playoff ticket prices are through the roof. So if you’re hoping to snag a ticket to one of the first round of games, just know it’s possible – but it’ll cost you a pretty penny.

Canucks playoff tickets for the first home game went on sale Monday morning, leaving hopeful game attendees in shock when the prices skyrocketed well into the hundreds.

As of now, here are the lowest prices available on Ticketmaster for the first round of home games:

Note that these prices include verified resale tickets and seats where no alcohol is permitted.

Prices on SeatGeek are even more expensive, with the cheapest ticket for the first playoff game going for $428. 

In terms of the best seats in the house, club seating ranges from $543 per person to well over $1,000 for all four games.

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The playoff games will take place at Rogers Arena, with official dates to be announced – so stay tuned.

Prefer to catch another game? Tickets run cheaper for the upcoming Canucks vs. Vegas Golden Knights game on Monday, April 8th, ranging from $129 to $460+.

So there you have it, Vancouver! It’s a lot to shell out for a game, but considering it’s been so long since the Canucks have made it to the playoffs, it might just be worth it.