After a season of wins, losses, fights, and excitement, the Edmonton Oilers will soon go head to head against the Florida Panthers in the Stanley Cup Finals, but where will you be when the puck drops?

If you’re among the many who long to be part of the action, you may have been disappointed when home game tickets sold out almost immediately – but there’s still hope for die-hard fans!

On websites like Game Time, Seat Geek, and Stub Hub there are plenty of resale options, however, they aren’t cheap.

A seat at Rogers Place will cost you upwards of $1,100 for game three, $1,600 for game four and $2,100 for six at Rogers Place.

What’s more, those who don’t live in Edmonton will also have to pay for a hotel ($143+ within walking distance) and transportation.

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Can’t justify spending that kind of cash on a trip up north?

Some think it might just be cheaper to head to the Sunshine State.

If you’re determined but are on the fence, here’s a quick breakdown of how much it could cost you to see the Edmonton Oilers play Amerant Bank Arena on June 10th, 2024, if you’re departing from Calgary:

Approximate cost at the time of publication: CA$923

Sound like a hot deal? Ultimately the decision is yours to make, but it is worth noting that there are a ton of other ways to enjoy the game without having to spend much at all!

From nearby bars and restaurants, to watch parties in the ICE District, the playoffs are going to be incredible to watch no matter where you are.

Here’s hoping the cup just makes its way back to Edmonton in 2024.

Go, Oilers, Go!