How much would you pay to witness hockey history?
That's the question being asked by many Winnipeg Jets fans that didn't secure a ticket to the franchise's first regular-season game after relocating from Atlanta, scheduled for Sunday evening against the Montreal Canadiens at MTS Centre. The atmosphere will be incomparable; the sense of fulfillment and community undeniable. It's a ticket you frame and then bequeath to subsequent generations in your last will.
Please recall that season tickets to the Jets sold out in roughly 17 minutes. Individual game tickets went on sale in September and opening night tickets sold out.
So it's on to the secondary market for fans wanting to attend the Jets' home opener — where they'll find some tickets listed at close to 13 times their face value.
Here's a look at some sources for tickets and where the current highs and lows, as well as quantities, are for the Jets opener. You'll notice that many of them are selling the same row and section; this ...