Leafs home game prices are absurdly high

Be prepared to pay up big time!



The cost of just about everything these days really seems to have been skyrocketing, but one constant that has always been on the pricier side (to put it nicely) is the cost to get into Scotiabank Arena to attend a home Toronto Maple Leafs hockey game. 

Not surprisingly, the cost of a Maple Leafs home game is the most expensive in all of the NHL for a family of four. Couple that with the cost of parking, merchandise and food/drink, and you're looking at a pretty painful night for your wallet. 

A breakdown courtesy of Maple Leafs Insider

"US Betting Report conducted a study using "Fan Cost Index" which measures the total cost of taking a family of four to a game, configuring ticket prices, two small beers, four small soft drinks, four hot dogs, parking for one hour, two game programs, and two cheap adult-size hats.

The Maple Leafs clocked in with a 2012 FCI of $631.15 and a 2022 FCI of $697.75 for a percentage change of 11%. Following the Leafs are two expansion clubs in Seattle ($672.89) and Vegas ($649.72) with the New York Rangers ($645.42) and the Chicago Blackhawks ($573.76) rounding out the top 5."

You can read the entire report for yourself below: 

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