Many hockey players carry out superstitious rituals before every game, from taping their stick blades in just the right away to knocking on the goalie’s wooden leg. Perform your own rites with this GrouponLive deal to see the New Jersey Devils take the ice at the Prudential Center.
Choose Between Two Options
$39 for an upper-level game package (up to a $79 total value) including:
$59 for a lower-level game package (up to a $134 total value) including:
Because the ticket is a G-Pass, Groupon customers can use it to enter the venue directly; they will not need to redeem their Groupon at will call. Included memorabilia can be picked-up at the Group Sales Redemption table located on the Main Concourse across from the Fire Lounge/Section 18. Bring your Groupon to the table for redemption.
The Scouting Report
After coming up just two wins shy of the Stanley Cup last season, the Devils have surged into the shortened 2012–13 campaign ready for another shot at the franchise's fourth title. With a 4–1–3 record through the first eight games, the team stands in a solid fifth place within the Eastern Conference, just one point back from the Atlantic Division's top spot. The stalwart defense has played a large role in this season’s early success, with the Devils allowing just more than two pucks disguised as net repairmen to sneak past the goalie per game.
Due to security restrictions, G-Passes must be printed out and presented in person at the event. They cannot be redeemed through Groupon's mobile app.
92% of 12 customers recommend
“Love this stadium. wish there were more discount deals from groupon to go see them.”
“Highlight the fact that you MUST get to the RIGHT booth before 8:00pm to get your "goodies" because we got there at 8:05 and missed out on the additional items that...”
“Highlight the fact that you MUST get to the RIGHT booth before 8:00pm to get your "goodies" because we got there at 8:05 and missed out on the additional items that were listed in the groupon.”
“I would recommend going because it was a great time but redeeming the coupon was difficult an I went through a few calls with customer service before resolving the issue.”