Stanley Cup 'payoff'

BOB MACKIN -- Sun Media

, Last Updated: 10:00 AM ET

It'll cost you at least $79.25 if you want to be in General Motors Place for a Vancouver Canucks' first round playoff game.

Prices are more than double what you'd pay during regular season, topping out at $295.50, according to Ticketmaster.ca, and that's before the ticket giant's infamous service, handling and convenience charges.

Regular season subscribers already booked most tickets, so approximately 2,000 tickets per game will be on sale Saturday at 10 a.m. Fast fingers are necessary, because they're only available online and by phone. Playoffs begin April 11, but where, when and who Vancouver plays is unknown. Rest assured, it's free to watch on television.

Should Canucks play in the Stanley Cup finals, a single ticket would cost $130 to $540.


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