Play Gloria and secure your St. Louis Blues tickets for every home and away game at TicketSmarter! The St. Louis Blues joined the National Hockey League as a part of the 1967 league expansion. The origin of the team’s name comes from the song “Saint Louis Blues” by W.C. Handy. The team has been very successful for an expansion franchise, making the Stanley Cup Playoffs over 40 times since its inaugural season. After many close calls and several appearances in the Stanley Cup Finals, the Blues finally won the Stanley Cup championship for the first time in 2019.
The Enterprise Center at 1401 Clark Ave, St. Louis, MO 63103 has served as the home to the Blues since it opened in 1994. The team plays in the always competitive Central Division of the Western Conference, which includes teams like the Colorado Avalanche, Dallas Stars and Winnipeg Jets. The biggest Central Division rival for the team is the Chicago Blackhawks with several fights and penalty minutes being served during intense matchups between the two teams. Get your St. Louis Blues tickets and head to Enterprise Center while wearing your blue and gold to see the top hockey team in the state of Missouri!
St. Louis Blues Ticket Prices
As the only major league hockey franchise in Missouri and with a strong following in the central and southern part of Illinois, the St. Louis Blues have a large fanbase that frequently fills the Enterprise Center to capacity. The team’s many successful seasons since their inception along with their first Stanley Cup championship in 2019 have ensured that Blues tickets will always be in very high demand. TicketSmarter’s Blues ticket office will accurately display the St. Louis Blues ticket prices for each home and away game. Fans will see pricing changes based on each seating location inside the arena.
How much are St. Louis Blues tickets?
St. Louis Blues tickets will generally start in a range between $20 and $40 depending on the opponent. The average price for tickets has typically been between $55 to $80, but the average could rise after the Blues’ 2019 Stanley Cup title. Major rivalry matchups and divisional games may have more expensive tickets due to the games being more high profile. Stanley Cup Playoffs tickets will also increase prices significantly.
Cheap Blues Tickets
Fans looking for cheap Blues tickets have come to the right place as we offer several pricing levels for each game. We suggest looking at midweek games as they will typically be cheaper to attend than a game on a Friday or Saturday game. Fans should also look at the seating chart in the upper levels behind the goal to find the cheapest Blues tickets available.
St. Louis Blues Dates & Schedule
The NHL schedule will see the Blues play in 82 regular-season games from October to April. The St. Louis Blues schedule will also include six to eight NHL preseason exhibition games that will be held in September. The team will regularly face off against Central Division opponents at home and on the road including the Nashville Predators and Minnesota Wild. Half of the season will be played at the Enterprise Center, while the rest will be away games.
The St. Louis Blues have maintained a constant presence in the Stanley Cup Playoffs over the years with fans almost expecting them to be a part of the postseason. TicketSmarter will have Stanley Cup Playoffs tickets available for when the postseason starts in April. Should the Blues advance through the tournament, TicketSmarter will also have Stanley Cup Finals tickets for Blues fans to watch their favorite team chase another Stanley Cup championship.
When do St. Louis Blues tickets go on sale?
The season schedule for the St. Louis Blues will be released in June following the Stanley Cup Finals. This announcement will include every game along with the dates and start times for each game. TicketSmarter will have Stl Blues tickets available for every game within a day or two of the announcement.
St. Louis Blues Seating Chart
The Blues have played at Enterprise Center since the venue opened in 1994. The arena has gone under several names including the Kiel Center, Savvis Center and Scottrade Center, but has always had the Blues as their primary tenant. Enterprise Center seats 18,096 for hockey games and has two levels of seating with various seating sections available.
The lower level is known as the Plaza and features regular seating, a club terrace on each side of the rink and lounge areas above each goal. The upper level is known as the Mezzanine and features regular seating that surrounds the entire rink. Fan-favorite seating areas include sections 102 through 104 at center ice behind each team’s bench, section 116 behind the penalty box and sections 105 through 115 where the Blues will shoot twice during the game.
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