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by Paul on 06/02/14 at 02:27 PM ET
from Darren Rovell of ESPN,
The Stanley Cup final between teams based in the two most populated cities in the United States has, not surprisingly, turned into a costly affair.
Both the New York Rangers and Los Angeles Kings put a limited number of tickets to each of their first two home games on sale for the public Monday. The face value of Rangers tickets ranged from $480 to $2,490, while Kings seats cost either $349 or $629.
Those who couldn't wait or couldn't get what they wanted took to resale sites and paid even higher prices.
The median price paid for a ticket on resale site StubHub for the first two games in Los Angeles is $628 and $626, respectively.
Hoping to see a game on the other side of the country? Games 3 and 4 in New York have sold on the site for a median price of $1,235 and $1,329 apiece.
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