Frequently Asked Questions

Will Prudential Center host fans for Devils games during the 2020-21 NHL Season?

Governor Murphy has announced allowing 10% indoor capacity at sporting events starting March 1. In conjunction with this announcement, we will begin hosting fans for New Jersey Devils home games beginning on Tuesday, March 2. Prudential Center will operate at 10% capacity until further notice.

When do tickets go on sale for Black and Red Members and the General Public for the 2020-21 NHL Season?

Black and Red Members will have access to purchase tickets beginning on Thursday, February 25. All remaining tickets will go on-sale to the public the following day, Friday, February 26 at 11:00 AM ET.

Will all sections be available for purchase on a game-by-game basis?

Due to the need for social distancing and being at 10% limited capacity, certain traditional seating sections will not be available for purchase. All available seat locations will automatically populate on the Ticketmaster seating chart during your priority purchase window.

What if I’m feeling under the weather and cannot make the game that I purchased tickets for in the 2020-21 NHL Season?

If you are not feeling well, have a temperature, or have had close contact with an individual who has tested positive for the coronavirus, it is best not to travel to Prudential Center. Prior to the game, please contact a Devils ticketing representative at 1-800-NJ-Devil for options.

Will I be able to transfer tickets in 2020-21?

Ticket transfer and resale will be enabled for all Devils home games in the months of April and May beginning Wednesday, March 24.

In what form will I receive my tickets to the games I purchase?

Tickets for the 2020-21 Devils Season and beyond will be 100% mobile and accessed via the New Jersey Devils app.

What will happen to my tickets if a game in the 2020-21 NHL Season is postponed or cancelled?

In the event that a Devils game in the 2020-21 NHL Season is postponed, your ticket(s) will be valid for the rescheduled game.

In the event that a game in the 2020-21 NHL Season is cancelled, your ticket(s) will be automatically refunded.

What are the new safety protocols for Devils home games during the 2020-21 NHL Season at Prudential Center?

Your safety is our #1 priority. The Devils and Prudential Center have partnered with local health organizations like RWJBarnabas Health to implement protocols that will ensure you have a safe visit to Prudential Center including:

  • Temperature checks of all guests entering the building
  • Mask wearing at all times (except while actively eating or drinking in your assigned seat)
  • Hand sanitizer dispensing stations readily available
  • Staggered entry and exit process to enhance social distancing
  • A “no bag” policy to reduce contact upon your entrance
  • Mobile ticketing to ensure a contactless entry
  • 6’ socially distanced seating “neighborhoods”
  • Contactless payment options throughout the arena
  • Additional Guest Services Team members who are specifically trained to ensure compliance for our fans regarding all health and safety protocols
  • Concessions orders via fans’ mobile devices, with individually wrapped, single-serve menu options available for contactless pickup in sealed bags. (Please note that there are no all-inclusive seating options currently at Prudential Center.)

Learn more about the Prudential Center Pledge.

Are masks required for all guests?

While inside Prudential Center, the Parking Deck presented by Ford or on the sidewalks surrounding the arena, all guests above the age of 2 will be required to wear a mask that covers the mouth and nose at all times. Gaiters, bandanas and coverings with exhalation valves or vents are prohibited, and the use of a face shield does not eliminate the requirement to wear a face covering underneath (except as noted below). When actively eating or drinking in assigned seating locations guests may temporarily lower their masks.

Any guest who is unable to wear a face covering due to a medical condition must provide at least 24 hours advance notice to Prudential Center via the method outlined below.

  • Any guest who wishes to seek a medical exemption must notify Prudential Center by emailing and include “Face Mask Medical Exemption Request”.
  • Please include the guest’s name, the game/event the person will be attending, and seat location in the email. A Prudential Center Team Member will follow up with additional information.

Any guest requiring an accommodation that fails to notify Prudential Center via the method outlined above and attempts to enter without a face covering will be denied entry.

Any guest who is unable to wear a face covering due to a medical condition will be required to wear a face shield at all times while at Prudential Center except if necessary when actively eating or drinking in your designated seating location.

Do I need to use a specific entrance or time to enter the games this Season?

To assist with social distancing, all guests will be assigned a specific time and entrance that they must use to enter the building. Guest with tickets in even numbered sections will be permitted to enter the building from 60 minutes prior to puck drop through 30 minutes prior to puck drop. Guests with tickets in odd numbered sections will be permitted to enter the building from 30minutes prior to puck drop through puck drop. If you miss your time slot, your entry to the building will be at the discretion of the Guest Services Team to ensure social distancing policies are followed. To ensure the shortest distance of travel to your seat, use our Safe Entry tool to find out which entrance you have been assigned based on your section.

Does my entire party need to arrive at the same time?

Yes. Since ticket forwarding has been turned off for the Season, the entire party must arrive together and be scanned in at the same time.

What will the health screening process look like when I arrive?

During the security screening process, a Prudential Center Team member will use a contactless infrared temperature scanner to check everyone’s temperature. If a guest has a temperature that registers over 100.4, they will be permitted to “cool off” outside for 5 minutes before being rescreened. If the temperature remains above 100.4 they will not be permitted to enter and will be offered a refund.

Will guests be subject to any other health assessment before entering Prudential Center?

Yes. All guests must consider whether they (and others in their party) meet certain health criteria before entering Prudential Center.

By entering Prudential Center, you (and all guests in your party) acknowledge and agree that:
  • Within the prior 14 days, you have not (nor has anyone with whom you have had close contact) tested positive for or been exposed to someone who has tested positive for, COVID-19.
  • Within the prior 48 hours, you have not (nor has anyone with whom you have had close contact) experienced symptoms of COVID-19 (as identified by the CDC).
  • Within the prior 14 days, you have not (nor has anyone with whom you have had close contact) travelled to a state or international territory identified by federal or applicable local governments as being subject to travel or quarantine advisories due to COVID-19.
  • You are not subject to a mandatory quarantine pursuant to local, provincial/state, or federal health authorities.
  • You will comply with all COVID-19 protocols while visiting Prudential Center.

If you or anyone in your party cannot agree to the above, DO NOT enter Prudential Center and contact a member of the Guest Services Team for assistance.

Are bags permitted inside Prudential Center this Season?

Bags are not permitted inside of Prudential Center.

The only exceptions are soft sided clutches/purses/wallets under 4” x 7” that do not have a shoulder strap or chain attached, and medical or childcare bags under 12” x “16” x 6”. Patrons with bags that meet these exceptions should enter at the Ford Tower or the Lafayette Street entrance and expect to have their bags X-rayed.

Bags that do not meet these exceptions must be returned to the guest’s vehicle or stored in a Prudential Center supplied locker at the guest’s expense. Lockers are located outside the Ford Tower and the Lafayette Street entrances.

What’s the quickest way to my seats?

Navigating Prudential Center has never been easier. Please use our Safe Entry wayfinding tool which will provide turn by turn directions from your assigned entry point to your seat. In addition, the location of the nearest restrooms will be provided.

Is there a texting service available during games to ask questions/report Issues?

Yes, Prudential Center provides guests with an in-game texting service, allowing guests to text issues to Prudential Center Management anonymously and discretely without having to leave the comfort of their seats. Guests may text 507.PC.GUEST (507.724.8378) and a team member will respond accordingly. Standard data fees and text messaging rates may apply based on your plan with your mobile phone carrier.

How will elevator usage inside Prudential Center be different?

To facilitate social distancing, all elevators at Prudential Center will be reserved for guests with disabilities and medical conditions. Elevators will have a maximum capacity of four guests, and everyone must be a member of the same household to ride together.

Will the Puck in Play policy be enforced this Season?

To avoid gatherings in aisles and at the top of sections, Prudential Center is implementing a temporary suspension of the “Puck in Play” Policy which previously held fans at the top of the section during game play

Will concession stands be open?

Yes, concession stands will be open with fan favorite, single serve items, see below for more info:

  • Contactless mobile ordering is available, with two (2) pickup locations:
    • Main Concourse: Jersey Grind – Section 12
    • Upper Concourse: The Slider House - Section 129
  • Select concession locations and bars will be open throughout the building with the standard concessions experience:
    • The Kosher Stand will be open (located outside of Section 4).
    • Menus will be modified to include fan favorites, single serve, and individually wrapped items.
  • Line queues will include social distance markers and be limited to one person per household.
  • Food and beverage items must be consumed at your seats ONLY.

Will traditional “all-inclusive” seating locations still include food and non-alcoholic beverages in 2020-21?

In an effort to provide a safe and seamless experience at Prudential Center, no seat locations in Prudential Center will be “all-inclusive” at this time.

Will I be able to buy Devils merchandise this Season?

Select team store locations will be open to ticketed guests on game day. Mobile ordering with contactless pick up will also be available by visiting

Do I still have to follow the social distancing protocols if I’ve been vaccinated?

Yes, to ensure the safety of all of our guests and team members, anyone who has been vaccinated will still be required to adhere to all health and safety procedures.

What if I still have more questions?

Please reach out to your member services representative or email