On Thursday night, the New York Rangers and the Tampa Bay Lightning will face off in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Finals at Madison Square Garden.

If you were looking to go to that a game, a ticket could cost you anywhere from $500 to nearly $115,000 on the resale market.

New York Sen. James Skoufis, a Hudson Valley Democrat, sponsored legislation that aims to reform the ticket marketplace in New York.

Skoufis touts “first in the nation” provisions that would require ticket sellers to include an all-in price which includes all additional fees, and resellers would be required to publish the original cost of the ticket.

Skoufis argues this is basic information that consumers deserve to know if they’re getting ripped off.

The legislation also bans the application of delivery fees if the tickets are digital or printed at home. Skoufis told Capital Tonight that there was push back on this bill from the ticketing industry because “they’re the ones who rake in enormous profits from made-up fees.”

The bill passed both houses of the Legislature, but has not been delivered to Gov. Kathy Hochul for her signature yet. Skoufis is optimistic that the bill will be signed once delivered.