The Vegas Golden Knights might just be the hottest but also the most expensive ticket in town.
There's only a handful of remaining weekend games for the Golden Knights and they're going to cost you, especially if you go through the official AXS site. Tickets are slightly cheaper on retailers such as StubHub.
Don't expect to pay less than $85 a ticket for a weekend Vegas Golden Knights game, which could add up to about $400 for a family of four.
Golden Knights vs. Philadelphia Flyers
While tickets are available for the Sunday, Feb. 11, game, they start at $225. But they're all single seats so you wouldn't be able to get four in a row for your family.
Golden Knights vs. Montreal Canadiens
The following weekend on Saturday, Feb. 17, the tickets start at $190. However, they're also single tickets so it would be difficult to get more than one.
Golden Knights vs. Vancouver Canucks
On Friday, Feb. 23, tickets start at $130, but again they're single tickets so it's going to cost even more if you want to get four in a row.
Golden Knights vs. Minnesota Wild
On Friday, March 16, ticket prices start at $85 and only go up from there, especially if you want to get more than one.
Golden Knights vs. Calgary Flames
Ticket prices also start at $85 on Sunday, March 18, but again it's mostly single tickets.
Golden Knights vs. St. Louis Blues
The tickets for this matchup run into the same problem as the others. The cost starts at $85 but it's single tickets.
Golden Knights vs. San Jose Sharks
On Saturday, March 31, tickets start at $125 and you can actually get three in a row together.
Now how much does it cost a family of four to attend other sports events in Las Vegas?
UNLV Runnin' Rebels
For the Saturday, Jan. 27, game against the San Diego State Aztecs, you can get four tickets for $88, including fees, meaning you can go to a Rebels game for under $100 for a family of four.
Now for the Saturday, Feb. 10, game against the Wyoming Cowboys, you can go for even cheaper for a family of four. It will cost only $64 for the tickets. For that game, there is also a family fun pack, which comes with four tickets, four hot dogs and 4 sodas. The family fun pack actually makes the cost even cheaper -- $56 for tickets and food.
Tickets for most games start between $15 and $20, depending on the matchup, making it affordable for many families.
Las Vegas 51s
Tickets for the Las Vegas 51s' 2018 season do not go on sale until March, but they have a 10-ticket Valentine's Day offer that can get you 10 tickets for $100. It also includes two baseball caps, two parking passes, a box of chocolates and a visit from mascot Cosmo.
Now if the 51s tickets are similar to last year, it will continue to be a good value for families. The individual game tickets for the 71-game home season are priced at $11.00 (reserved, $12.00-Day of Game); $14.00 (plaza, $15.00-Day of Game) and $16.00 (field, $17.00-Day of Game) and the blue dugout seats at $30.00 ($35-Day of Game). It's easy to go to a 51s game for under $100 and even under $50 for a family of four.
Las Vegas Lights
Until a new stadium is complete for the 51s in Summerlin, they'll be sharing Cashman Field with the Las Vegas Lights Football Club. Single-game tickets start at $15, which means including fees, a family of four can attend the home opener against the Reno 1868 FC on March 24 for $77.
NASCAR Weekend at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway is March 2-4. Tickets for the Boyd Gaming 300 on March 3 start at $29. For a family of four, including fees, it would cost $133.95, not including parking and concessions. Tickets for the Pennzoil 400 - Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series on March 4 are more expensive with the cheapest ones still available starting at $59 each, bringing the total cost to $259.95.
One thing of note for the NASCAR tickets is attendees need to be 13 and older. But kids 12 and under can get in discounted with a ticketed adult's entry.