Rare Eagle’s Nest-like prices for tonight’s Caps-Jets game in D.C.
Back before the Rock the Red era took hold, when the Caps weren’t selling out game after game like they do now, the team sold the top row seats at the end of the arena for $10 each. They called these seats the Eagle’s Nest.
At some point, as demand for Caps tickets rose, those $10 seats went away and it’s not often that you can get into a game for anywhere near that price these days.
But for tonight’s Caps game vs. the Winnipeg Jets, there are tickets in the 400 level for as low as $15 on Stub Hub as of late this afternoon. That’s a great price!
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Posted on February 9, 2012, in Washington Capitals and tagged Caps, Eagle's Next, NHL, secondary ticket market, StubHub, ticket resellers, Verizon Center, Washington Capitals, Winnipeg Jets. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.