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How Much Does it Cost to Attend an Anaheim Ducks Game?

Have you been thinking about going to watch the Anaheim Ducks play live at Honda Center, but are holding off because of the price? If this is the case, then we have good news for you. It really isn't that expensive to go watch your favorite team play Hockey. We looked up the average price that fans pay to attend a game and we were surprised at how reasonable it really is. We looked at the highs, the lows and the in-between's for tickets, parking and concessions and here is what we discovered.

The cost of tickets isn't bad

The average Anaheim Ducks fan pays $47 per ticket to reserve a seat in the 431 section of the Terrace area to watch the Ducks compete. Tickets start at just $37 and if you prefer the ultimate in the Plaza seating area, they go up to $200 apiece. It all depends on how much you're willing to spend because there is a wide range in between these numbers, but you can get in to see the game with a decent seat for as low as $37 which we think is very reasonable.

The cost of parking is very reasonable

You can park at Honda Center in the first row of Lot 1 for an amazingly low price of just $12 for a regular sized vehicle. This is far less than you would have to pay at some NFL stadiums which charge between $35 all the way up to $60 for some event parking. The closer you are to the center in terms of walking, the higher the cost of parking. Some of the parking spaces go for $16, while others cost $21 up to $28 for event day parking. Even if you choose the most expensive parking spot at Honda Center to watch the Anaheim Ducks play, it's less than most stadium parking. The average fan pays $16 for parking. If you want to save even more for parking you can split the cost with a friend and ride to the game together.

Concessions aren't that expensive either

When you go to a NHL game, you have to plan on picking something up from the concessions stands because the smell alone will lure you in. Nobody is allowed to bring food or drinks inside so if you don't want to eat at the game, you can eat before you enter the center. They do offer a variety of different concessions ranging from candy bars, snacks and desserts that range from $5.25 to $8.50. You can get a burger for $11 or a prime rib sandwich for $15. They also have a big selection of alcoholic beverages if you want to have a brew, a glass of wine or a cocktail. Some of the more expensive craft brews can run up to $15, but most are lower priced with domestics around $10. These are just a few examples of the goodies that you can find at Honda Center's vendors and there are tons of food and drink options. On average, fans sped around $30 on food and drink at a Ducks game.

What is the average cost to attend an Anaheim Duck's game?

The average cost for attending a Ducks game is $47 for the NHL ticket, $16 for parking and $30 for concessions for a total of $93. You can cut the price down further by choosing the less expensive parking and splitting the cost with a friend, buying a $37 ticket and cutting back at the concessions stand to about $21 and still have a great time. You could attend a game with decent parking, good seats and a burger and beverage for a total of $64 or less. The game is meant for everyone to attend and it's a lot of fun and excitement. While it's great to watch them compete on television, there's nothing like witnessing the team in action live and in person. There's a special energy and sense of pride that goes along with being at the game and watching the plays unfold up close and personal. If the cost has been holding you back, now you know how to see the Ducks play without spending a lot to have a good time.

Garrett Parker

Written by Garrett Parker

Garrett by trade is a personal finance freelance writer and journalist. With over 10 years experience he's covered businesses, CEOs, and investments. However he does like to take on other topics involving some of his personal interests like automobiles, future technologies, and anything else that could change the world.

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