Season ticket-holders have been sent a first look at the seating chart and ticket prices for the New Year's Day 2022 NHL Winter Classic at Target Field in Minneapolis.
The Jan. 1 game between the Minnesota Wild and St. Louis Blues will feature the sheet of ice stretching across the infield, basically from third base to first base, with center ice located where second base is on the baseball diamond.
The cheapest tickets are priced at $105 and are located in the home run porch in left field and the lower-deck seats in right field. Tickets in the second and third levels of the outfield are priced a bit higher, at $145 for level 2 and $125 for the third deck. That's likely because an elevated view will help from that distance.
Field-level seats, known as the dugout box along the first- and third-baselines, are priced at $225.
The most expensive tickets are located in the Legend's Club, and they will sell for $385, $435 and $465, with the price escalating the closer you get to center ice.
Tickets aren't on sale yet. You can sign up here with the Wild for updates about tickets, though season ticket members will get first crack at them.