Confession time, guys: before a few months ago, I had never been to a real life Habs game. I mean, my dad took me once when I was a kid, but I couldn't drink beer so it doesn't really count.\nREAD ALSO: Habs Players Surprise A Bunch Of Young Kids To Play Hockey Outside\nAnyway, my first (second?) time going was a super cool experience overall, and although I consider myself to be only a casual hockey fan, I know I'd love to go again.\nOne problem: tickets are kind of expensive for me. And if they are for you too, then I've got some good news! There are a few websites out there where you can get yourself some inexpensive tickets to see the Habs.\nStubHub\nA photo posted by All Canadiens (@allcanadiens) on Dec 8, 2016 at 12:00pm PST\nOh man, how cool is StubHub? Not only can you find tickets at a reduced price, but their whole mission? To "help fans find fun", according to their website. So, Habs fans, go ahead and find yourself some fun.\nSeatGeek\nA photo posted by @insta_tran on Dec 10, 2016 at 5:03pm PST\nI kind of like to consider SeatGeek as, like, an online marketplace for tickets. Legit, whether you want to sell your tickets or find tickets for cheaper, SeatGeek has totally got your back.\neTickets\nA photo posted by _douglasgreen (@_douglasgreen) on Oct 26, 2016 at 6:18pm PDT\nNot only does eTickets connect you to Habs tickets that are a little cheaper than what you might pay, but they've got a huge variety of other tickets, too, so no matter what event you're planning on going to, they've got you covered.\nCraigslist\nA photo posted by HabsDiscussed (@habsdiscussed) on Dec 2, 2016 at 12:16am PST\nOkay, Craigslist is a classic. It's basically the go-to place whenever you need to sell or buy something for cheap; and if Habs tickets are what you need, then no worries, they've got those there, too.\neBay\nA photo posted by @bodzay on Oct 24, 2016 at 7:29pm PDT\nAnother classic and super solid site to get things you need for cheap,\nAdd mtlblog on Snapchat.